RHA Behavioral Health, Mobile Crisis, & The Harbor

RHA Behavioral Health, Mobile Crisis, & The Harbor

RHA Behavioral Health, Mobile Crisis, & The Harbor
2023-1 S. 17th St.
Wilmington, NC 28401

What kind of services and programs do you offer for heroin users?
RHA offers a variety of services for individuals with mental health and substance use needs. For heroin users in particular, we offer Non-Hospital Medical Detox and Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient services for adults. We also offer Mobile Crisis services.

Do you provide detox?
Yes we do, for individuals 18 and older.

Do I have to stay on site or can I commute from home?
The Harbor is a 16 bed Facility Based Crisis and Non-Hospital Medical Detox located in Wilmington. Detox services are provided on site.

For how long?
Typical length of stay is 5-7 days for Heroin detox, 3-5 days for alcohol detox and 5-8 days for mental health crisis stabilization. However, each individual is different and the treatment protocol is tailored to suite the individual's needs.

What will it cost?
The Harbor accepts Medicaid. Additionally, The Harbor accepts individuals who qualify to receive state funding. There is no co-pay for either.

Do you take insurance?
The Harbor accepts Medicaid. RHA accepts a variety of other insurances for our outpatient services.

What kind of success rate does your program have?
This is dependent upon what "success" is being defined as.

What kind of support is offered after I complete your program?
RHA and The Harbor staff will coordinate aftercare and stepdown services with an agency that suites the individuals treatment needs.

Where are you located?
Locally, RHA has offices in New Hanover, Brunswick, Onslow, Carteret, and Craven counties. The Harbor is located in New Hanover County.

What will I need to bring with me?
Any prescription medications. Changes of clothing for day and night.

What kind of confidentiality do you offer guests?
RHA and The Harbor follow all rules of confidentiality as prescribed by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, (HIPPA.)

Do you offer a crisis hotline? What's the phone number?
We do, the number is 1.855.345.1200

When I'm ready to seek treatment, how do I get in touch with you?
You may call 910.632.2191 to reach our Wilmington location and The Harbor directly.