Men's Detox Center

An Opportunity to Start Again

Here is where the path to recovery begins.

Mens Detox Center

There is an increasing body of clinical evidence that shows that separating people in recovery by gender is effective. Gender-specific addiction treatment is not only successful in the short term, but it is also less likely to result in relapse later in recovery, according to researchers and medical professionals. There are many explanations why gender-specific care, such as our men’s and women’s detox centers, is so successful. A men’s rehab center, for example, promotes more positive peer reinforcement.

From a young age, men are told not to show weakness. Men who are given the ability to speak freely with other men in care — such as group therapy — are more likely to succeed. This is due in large part to the fact that they are given the opportunity to accept their helplessness and weakness in the face of their addiction. These discussions do not tend to take place in the presence of women.

Decades ago, addiction specialists dispelled the idea of an easy, one-size-fits-all treatment for addiction. Quality services, such as The Retreat of Atlanta’s men’s detox program, recognize that addiction and rehabilitation look different for everyone. And, since men and women use drugs and alcohol in various ways, their care should represent this if it is to be successful.

Advantages of a Men's Detox Center

We understand that detoxification is a complicated and sometimes painful phase in our residential addiction recovery program in Georgia. When detox is done incorrectly or without medical care, the results may be catastrophic. This is why, if you are suffering from serious addiction, it is important that you do not attempt to detox on your own. Solo detox attempts are not only statistically unlikely to result in actual, long-term recovery, but they can also be risky. They have the potential to be lethal.

A men’s detox center has its own range of advantages in addition to the general advantages of medically controlled detox. There are some of them:

  • Reduced Sexual Tension. Sexual stress is one of the most common distractions in therapy, and the absence of women helps men to concentrate on their rehabilitation.
  • Men-only group therapy. Allows for more open communication and support.
  • Specialized treatment that is focused on the emotional and physiological issues specific to men. 
  • Comfortable environment where men can speak freely with no women present.

What are the Signs of Alcohol Abuse?

There are several signs that an individual is struggling with alcohol abuse.  They come out in behaviors and physical signs that can be seen by those closest to them.  The following are some of the signs of alcohol abuse:

  • Problems with work, school, or family stemming from drinking.
  • Difficulty maintaining healthy relationships.
  • Failed attempts to stop or cut back on alcohol consumption.
  • Continuing to drink despite the negative impact alcohol has on your life.
  • Isolation and depression.
  • Drinking alcohol to feel better.
  • Becoming ill when unable to drink alcohol.

If an individual has experienced these signs in their life, there is a good chance they suffer from alcohol use disorder.  When an alcoholic individual wants to stop or limit their consumption of alcohol and cannot do so on their own, it is time to seek help.  The Retreat of Atlanta offers alcohol detox in Georgia at their inpatient drug and alcohol detox center located in Eatonton, Georgia.

Alcohol Detox and Drug Addiction Treatment Rehab at The Retreat of Atlanta

The Retreat of Atlanta drug and alcohol detox facility offers Alcohol Addiction Treatment for those individuals who struggle with alcohol abuse. While individuals stay at the Medical Detox offered at the Retreat of Atlanta, they will experience a serene and restful detox process under the care of our medical and nursing staff. The Retreat of Atlanta is staffed 24/7 by professionals trained and experienced in alcohol detox and addiction treatment. The care team at the inpatient drug and alcohol medical detox will lessen any discomfort the alcohol addicted individual will feel as they are weaned off their alcohol dependency.

The Individual Therapy Program and the Group Therapy Program will teach alcohol-addicted individuals how to identify triggers, cope with cravings, develop a relapse prevention plan, and understand the underlying conditions behind their addiction to alcohol. Once an individual can understand the contributing factors behind their alcohol abuse, they will be able to take steps to prevent relapse and maintain long-term sobriety. 

The alcohol detox offered at the Retreat of Atlanta gives individuals the resources needed to enable individuals to achieve a full recovery from alcohol abuse.

We are just a call away


Always there for you

We are Available 24/7

Get Help for Addiction

Start Recovery Today

We want to help as many people recover from the disease of addiction as possible. We are here 24 hours a day to help you detox from drugs and alcohol, so don’t hesitate to reach out for help. Contact The Retreat of Atlanta Today by using the form below or by calling 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.