About

Our Treatment Center for Women–By Women

Willow Place of Asheville is a place for women who are suffering from chaotic use of drugs and alcohol, eating disorders, or mental health diagnoses. We offer a comprehensive medical and therapeutic approach to recovery to help all of our clients on the road to recovery. We believe in empowering our clients to regain a sense of self-worth and self-love so that they cease the destructive behavior of the past and turn to healthy, sober alternatives. Our dedicated staff is whole heartedly committed to seeing each client thrive and graduate from our program as a brand new person with a bright future ahead. At Willow Place for Women, we treat each client individually to ensure the best level of care possible, created uniquely for each specific client’s needs.

Willow Place is In Network with Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Willow Place accepts TRICARE.

Dr. Dixie Brown, PhD, ICAADC, AADC, CAP, LCAS, CCS, CPT, RYT

Allyson Chambers, CAC, CRRA

Dr. Brady Schroer

Jeremy Pettit, PA

Annette Krukowski

Michelle Hurst, NCPSS, CNA, CPT, CADC-R

Rachel Wurzman, PhD, LCSW-A

Dixie Roden, BS, LCAS

Tai Kulenic, LCMHC, ATR-BC

Mackenzie Kester

Zoe Kelly

Lara Cates, CADC-R

Dixie Brown, PhD, co-founder of Willow Place for Women, was born and raised in Asheville, North Carolina, later moving to Southern Florida to pursue her graduate education and career in mental health and substance use treatment. In Florida, she met her future business partner, Allyson Chambers – a like-minded woman with a similar passion to help others with substance use and eating disorders. Together, the two women worked to establish what would soon become one of North Carolina’s only female-specific treatment centers. Since 2013, Asheville, North Carolina has been home to a safe and nurturing environment for women to heal from the underlying trauma that has led to their maladaptive behaviors such as substance use and eating disorders.

Daytime Treatment

Daytime Treatment

Dual Diagnosis

Dual Diagnosis

Aftercare

Aftercare

Education

Education

Relapse Prevention

Relapse Prevention

Evidence-Based Therapies

Evidence-Based Therapies

Supportive Therapies

Supportive Therapies

Groups

Groups