CooperRiis residential treatment community in North Carolina, near Asheville, helps adults with serious mental illness, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, PTSD, major depression and anxiety, achieve their highest levels of functioning and fulfillment. Our personalized recovery approach combines evidence-based clinical interventions, integrative wellness, substance use recovery, individual and group therapy, and relapse prevention treatment.
Multiple locations available. See CooperRiis's website for more information.
Whole-Person Mental Health Care in a Community Setting
At CooperRiis, we approach mental illness with the goal of healing the whole person. This powerful, person-centered, strength-based recovery method of addressing challenging mental health issues combines evidence-based clinical interventions (DBT, CBT, EMDR, and trauma informed treatment), community work & service, education and integrative wellness practices.
CooperRiis also supports individuals in substance use recovery through: Daily 12 step SMART recovery groups, daily co-dependency support groups, individual and group relapse prevention treatment. Our goal is reintegration: enabling adults with psychiatric disorders to lead fulfilling, independent lives.
We understand that effective mental health treatment does not mean quick fixes or easy solutions. Everything we do is grounded in the fundamental science of mental health treatment, with a focus on community.
Powerful Mental Health Treatment for Adults in a Peaceful Country Setting Near Asheville
Mill Spring Campus
Known affectionately as “The Farm,” our Mill Spring, NC, campus offers residential mental health treatment to 36 residents on a 94-acre working farm. Residents live in one of three lodges; each resident has a private room and bath. The Farm also includes staff homes, an art barn and woodshop, barns, and 4 acres of organic gardens and greenhouses.
A Focus on Community Engagement
A return to mental health does not happen in isolation. At CooperRiis, social engagement through community work and service play a key role in mental health care.
Each resident spends up to 20 hours a week working at a task that is vital to the community, building skills and self-esteem while also improving their mental health. Work opportunities include growing vegetables, caring for animals, gardening, soap-making, drum building, and volunteering for organizations in the local community.
Holistic Clinical Treatment
CooperRiis mental health services and treatments are evidenced-based and include individual and group therapy, psychiatry, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
Our approach also includes integrative practices and interventions such as targeted nutrition, exercise, and mindfulness-based practices. For adults with mental illness, this holistic approach to psychiatric care is powerful and effective.
Moving Toward Recovery and Independent Living
We believe that recovery from mental illness is a unique process, with each step forward building on the last. After treatment at our residential program, many of our residents often move on to our Community Program.
The CooperRiis residential treatment program features several transitional options for increased independence with structured support. This allows residents to put the skills they’ve learned into daily practice and continue moving forward. Residents who continue in the Asheville Community Program typically stay for up to six to twelve months.
Residential Treatment Costs and Scholarships
Residential mental health care at the Mill Spring and Asheville campus is $18,500 per month for each of the first two months. This fee includes everything except psychiatry, outside physician fees, medications, supplements, transportation fees, and spending money. As of the third month, you may request a fee reduction based on financial need.
Monthly fees for residents in our Community Integration Program range from $2,000-$8,900 per month, depending upon level of support.Visit CooperRiis's Website