At The Retreat of Atlanta, you’ll have a detox experience unlike any other. Allow us to assist you in regaining your peace and constructing a better future. You will be able to heal in an atmosphere free of stress and other causes during inpatient detox. If you’ve been curious about The Retreat of Atlanta, read on to learn more about the services we provide and how we can help you or a loved one get on the road to recovery. When you start your treatment with a healthy, medically assisted detox, addiction does not have the final say.
Our goal is to place you in the best facility possible so that you can heal and find long-term healing. If you visit one of our facilities or another, we will assist anyone who approaches us in finding the best place for them to recover.
Our team is here to represent you. Our mission is to assist you in overcoming the challenges or roadblocks that you can encounter during your early recovery. Although dealing with some problems alone can be overwhelming, our team can work with you on legal, financial, technical, or other issues. We will assist you in thriving during your early recovery.
Our team is well-versed in drug abuse care as well as co-occurring mental health conditions. These abilities allow us to meet our clients’ physical needs during detox while also treating their mental health issues. We will help our clients lay the physical, emotional, and mental groundwork for a stable recovery life. Our team will provide you with the structure you need to live a life free of alcoholism, drug addiction, and mental illness.
Individuals with a primary mental health condition may also receive residential mental health disorder care at our Atlanta clinic. We can assist you if you are suffering from depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. When you come to us, if you are in a crisis, we are here to help you get through it. We will keep you healthy and protected as you recover until you regain your strength.
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During care, you or a loved one can create a customized treatment plan. You will have regular meetings with our multidisciplinary team, which includes licensed clinical therapists, mental health technicians, and a nursing staff that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Detoxification is the first step toward long-term sobriety.
The toxic chemicals from substance use are eliminated from your body as you detox from drugs and alcohol. Though withdrawal symptoms are possible, a prescription detox program is intended to provide relief during the sometimes painful acute withdrawal phase.
The Retreat of Atlanta physicians and nurses can meet the personal needs through drug stabilization as well as regular individual therapy sessions. If you need detox from alcohol, opioids, prescription medication, or a combination of these substances, our team is available around the clock to ensure your wellbeing and comfort.
If you need medication for an alcohol or drug use disorder, we will walk you through the stages of early recovery. You will not be discharged from our inpatient recovery detox center without a customized aftercare plan. This involves referrals to higher levels of behavioral therapy services at Georgia drug treatment rehabilitation centers.
Contact us to learn more about The Retreat of Atlanta and how it can assist you or a loved one in breaking free from addiction. Our admissions team will help you find the best fit for you. Call 762-366-0100 today to begin your recovery.
If you or someone you care for is struggling with addiction or mental health issues, you should seek help from a healthcare professional like those at Retreat of Atlanta. Use the form below to contact Retreat of Atlanta, or call us at 762-366-0100.
The Retreat of Atlanta Staff and patients follow the CDC guidelines for wearing a mask, hand washing regularly, and social distancing in all aspects of treatment. Patients and staff are confidentially tested if CDC signs/symptoms/temperature are present. We practice strict preventative measures.