Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Programs
1-800-559-9503 | April 7th
Intensive Outpatient - Modified Inpatient Services
We understand how hard it is for you and your loved ones when a member of the family is dealing with addiction. Dependency on drugs or alcohol affects the whole family not just the user. We also understand how hard it is for the individual to stop using and recover from addiction, but we know it can be done. A Holistic approach to treating addiction is to heal the individual seeking recovery emotionally, physically and spiritually.
In order to allow our clients to maintain their current living conditions and employment we offer an intensive Rehabilitation Program while continuing to live in their homes. This is a 5 week program that meets for either 5 evenings or 5 days a week. Our structured Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program provides the supportive and therapeutic environment that is necessary for those working towards recovery.
Our Rehabilitation Program includes Group Lectures and Guided Therapy on Relapse (Gorski), The Disease Model, and an introduction into a 12 Step Recovery Program such as AA, NA, OA, among others. Every person is different and unique in their own way so treatment is structured and designed to meet their individual needs.
- Short Term Treatment (Primary Care Inpatient) is 4 to 10 weeks long.
- Long Term Treatment is 10 weeks to 1 year long.
- Depending on the circumstances, a shorter term than 4 1/2 weeks can be worked out.
Therapeutic activities are offered in our individualized Treatment Plan. These activities are developed based on assessments that are done by a multi-disciplinary Treatment Team. Throughout the course of the Drug Rehabilitation Treatment Program, each client is included in his or her Treatment Planning. Each client helps to identify and establish their own individual goals. A client can be moved from one phase of care to another during any stage of treatment if necessary.
We invite and encourage family members and significant others to attend Family Group Therapy sessions and lectures. We feel that our Family Program is an important part of our Treatment Process. All family members are introduced to self-help groups to assist with their ongoing support, the self-help groups include; Al-Anon, Nar Anon and others. We feel very strongly that families need to heal along with the client; we also offer phone conferencing for families or family members that live out-of-town.
Fun and Laughter are our body's natural-healers. We believe that playing, having fun, and participating in healthy activities are extremely therapeutic in drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Some of our recreational activities include:
- Outings at the beach
- Health Spas
- World class gym
- Karate that is taught by national karate champions
- Weight lifting (trainer is available)
We feel that boredom, restlessness, and anxiety can eventually lead to relapse. By offering physical activities to our clients, their participation in these activities along with therapy will help reduce and relieve anxiety and stress. Treating the Mind, Body, and Spirit heals the individual inside and out; And Our Client's Worth It.
Comments & Replies:
William Allison Jr. @ August 2nd, 2011
are you located in columbus, georgia, or phenix city alabama?
Marcela Martinez @ November 21st, 2011
I have a brother that lives in Miami and is an alcoholic; he has lost jobs and friends due to his addition. He needs help really bad but my question is how much would a treatment like yours cost since we are low income family it is a real difficulty deciding to send him to a center like yours. Could you please guide us with this? we are in desperate need of assistance for our brother!
George Reynoso @ May 6th, 2012
I live in Santa Fe Springs I want and need help with my addiction I wonder what the cost and want more information about this program.
Diana Larios @ May 21st, 2012
My uncle is in a rehab for alcoholics and drug addicts for only seven days in California after that week he will put in another rehab for about 3months but as a family we have been talking to bring him down to Atlanta Georgia where the rest of his family is and also put him in a rehab center here so he can feel the love and support of his family especially his parents. He is very addicted to alcohol and cocaine due to the point that he has been throwing up blood, hallucinating, and been very aggressive I would like to know if you have a program like this in Atlanta and how much does it cost due to that we are very limited in money but are very desperate in helping my uncle since he also wants to get rid of his addiction.
Betsy Hernandez @ June 7th, 2012
My son is 35, living at home with us, unemployed and with no motivation to work or get help for his drinking. How does this program work, where are you located and what is the cost? He has no health insurance at this time!
Justina @ August 25th, 2012
My fiance is an ex-military. He blames his drinking on war and he does not want to think about that stuff. I don't think that's the case. He has been drinking for a long time and drinks 12 beers a day at least. This is daily. He has already got a DWI and he almost lost everything because of his drinking. I am desperately seeking some help for him. Can anyone help?
Vaida Black @ November 2nd, 2012
My daughter is an alcoholic but won't admit it. I want to help her. I don't have money to send her anywhere. Plus, I don't think she will admit herself unless it is court ordered. She is 40 and can I take her there, even though she doesn't want it. Does she have to do it and want it first? How much is it and where are you located? I am concerned for her life. She is in a very abusive relationship. I have nowhere else to turn. Please help.
Denese Hogan @ November 17th, 2012
My son is 30 years old. His older brother was killed in an auto accident 10 years ago and he blames himself for this and is now an alcoholic and takes pills (bars). He will not admit he has a problem and is sometimes suicidal. He thinks he has nothing to live for. He does have a 2 year old daughter but she doesn't seem to be enough for him. His home consists of the mother of his child, a 12 yr. old step daughter, me (his mother) and himself. He has everything but it is not enough. We are on the brink of destruction. He does not have insurance and we don't have any money either. Together we barely make it each month. All of us are being affected by his behavior and none of us know what to do....please give us some sort of answer as to where to go and what we can do to prevent him from either hurting himself or hurting someone else.
Hannah @ February 9th, 2013
I'm an alcoholic. I know it. I drink every weekend and getting drunk is always on my mind when Friday comes around. My main concern is that I'll be like my mother. I don't want to drink every day and I am trying not to be abusive like my mother was to me.
I need help and I just want to be happy.
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