Charlotte Rescue Mission - Rebound (for Men)

907 W 1st St .
Charlotte, NC 28233

704-334-4635 Visit Website
Class of Housing/Services: Halfway House, Substance Abuse Treatment

General Information:
Substance Abuse Treatment Rebound is a residential recovery program for men in need. PREPROGRAM: 3 days Complete paperwork and assesments THE FIRST 30 DAYS: 30 days - Recovery classes - Group therapy - Chapel service - AA/NA meetings JOBSLOT: After the 30 days Participant is assigned a work position within the facility. OVERNIGHT PASS: After 60 days Participant continues with jobslot with the option of scheduling overnight passes PROGRAM EXTENSION: After 90 days 1. You may leave CRM or 2. Ask for a 45-day program extension and live in CRM while seeking employment. or 3. Attend school or vocational training. The Rebound program has several beds for clients who after the program wish to continue their education. For more information contact Charlotte Rescue Mission or visit the Charlotte Rescue Mission website. Halfway House: After clients complete the 90 day program, they may opt for a 45 day extension in our vocational rehab program.  This allows clients to look for gainful employment while remaining in a safe, sober environment.  Many of our clients decide to apply for a Pell-grant and enroll at CPCC.  During this time, the client usually remains in his therapeutic job slot (unless he has outside employment).  They are still required to attend AA or NA meetings. After the 45 day extension, clients may then apply to move into our half way house.  This building is located next to our main campus building and has 14 beds and a full time counselor on staff.  Clients must have a job in order to stay and are required to pay a program fee.  This is a stepping stone back into society.  Again, they remain in a sober environment and are contributing members of society.  Some clients move into the half way house and are hired at Charlotte Rescue Mission  to perform various job duties such as van drivers, facility techs & med techs. Admissions   The primary requirement for admission to the Rebound Men’s Program at the Charlotte Rescue Mission is that the individual seeking admission must call for himself and participate in a telephone screening to determine his appropriateness for the facility. We understand the concern and frustration family members and friends may have regarding the chemically dependent person, however, the chemically dependent person must demonstrate some desire to enter treatment, and calling for admission himself begins the recovery process.   Additional Admission Requirements       Abuse of a mood or mind altering substance within the previous 30 days.     Commitment to be compliant upon admission with program structure and policies for the entire 90-day + time period.     Must be physically capable of going up and down several flights of stairs.     Must not be on intensive probation. If the individual is on regular probation, then their probation officer must fax a letter stating that they have permission to attend our program.   Beginning the Admissions Process   Our admission phone number is 704-333-HOPE ext. 501.   You must call for yourself and if you leave a message, you must include a return number where we can reach you. When you call or your call is returned, you will participate in a screening interview. During the interview you will be asked about some of the following:       Previous admissions to Rebound     The last time you used drugs or alcohol     Reason you are seeking treatment at this time     Your current legal status     Your current medical condition     Your current psychiatric condition     Your ability to participate in therapeutic work     Any anticipated needs beyond what the program offers   Based on the information you provide, an admission appointment will be scheduled. Please understand that the admission date is provisional – meaning that having an appointment is not a guarantee of acceptance into the program. Additional screenings take place once you get here. If you want to get into the program, you have to be honest in the interview process.   In order to be admitted on the day of your appointment, you must:       Be able to pass a breathalyzer and urine drug screen (there are no exceptions for this)     Bring a social security card or voucher and a valid state ID or driver’s license     Pass a medical screening conducted by a nurse at the facility   Once you are admitted to the program, you will complete paperwork, participate in orientation, participate in group discussions, and attend in-house functions like chapel and 12 Step meetings until a bed becomes available.   Resident Policy Statement   It is the policy of Charlotte Rescue Mission not to discriminate against any resident or potential resident. We do require all residents to be age 18 or older. Residents must also be able to maneuver throughout the facility. It is our policy to ensure and maintain an environment free of coercion, harassment and intimidation. We will take immediate action to ensure that this policy is implemented.     What to Bring       Prescribed medication     Clothing for 7 days     Laundry detergent     Hygiene items (soap, shampoo, razors, etc)     A belt     Shower Shoes     Reading material appropriate for a Christian environment     Photo ID     Social Security Card or voucher from Social Security    


Helpful Definitions For Charlotte Rescue Mission - Rebound (for Men):
Halfway Housing helps transition individuals and families from shelters or homelessness to permanent housing. Length of stay is usually anywhere from 6 months to 2 years.  Residents are often required to pay at least 30% of their income toward program fees.  Sometimes the money they pay in fees is returned to them when they leave. Any emergency or homeless shelter that allows their clients to stay more then 6 months is also classified under this category.
Oftentimes halfway houses also assist in the treatment of substance abuse and/or alcohol and drug detox. Speak with the halfway house to see if this applies.

Drug And Alcohol Rehab programs are intended to treat alcohol and/or drug dependency.  The cost of participating in one of these programs and the method of treatment range significantly. The database operated on this website only includes residential rehab programs (not outpatient programs). We also provide Access to Recovery (ATR) Grant programs for substance abuse treatment. 

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