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Substance abuse treatment programs can help with addiction. Addiction, also known as “substance use disorder,” is a problem that affects all. It is unconcerned about class, gender, ethnicity, or social status distinctions. Addiction is a medical condition. You must find the best treatment to combat it, just as you must find the right treatment for any other illness, and the treatment must be provided by a specialist at a residential addiction treatment facility. 

 

Our substance abuse recovery services in Georgia at Retreat of Atlanta are second to none. The professional team at Retreat of Atlanta will provide you with the resources you need to resolve substance abuse and successfully complete drug and alcohol treatment by delivering treatments tailored to our patients’ specific needs.

 

 

Substance Abuse Treatment Programs​

Do you require the services of one of our substance abuse treatment centers?

The reality cannot be avoided. You can seek clinical treatment if you are abusing any drugs. However, there are signs that you will benefit from one of our substance abuse treatment services in particular. If you are abusing drugs, you may need to have them removed from your system by a medical professional if:

 

 

If you’ve been experiencing some of these physical signs, it’s time to contact our drug and alcohol rehab center program to begin your recovery.

 

 

What to expect in our substance abuse treatment programs.

What to expect in our substance abuse treatment programs

You’ve taken the first step in the right direction. You’ve been looking at substance abuse recovery services for yourself or a loved one. What would you expect when you join one of these substance abuse treatment facilities, though? We tailor each of our services to the person at Retreat of Atlanta, so it’s hard to tell exactly what your care would entail. However, some aspects of our services are shared by a majority of our patients. Here are some of them:

 

The knowledgeable and caring workers at the Retreat of Atlanta will be there for you every step of the way. We are one of the best substance abuse care programs in Georgia because of our patient-centered approach.

 

 

Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

Group Therapy

 

Group therapy is a form of counseling where one or more therapists work with a group of individuals. 

 

Trauma-focused Treatment

 

This form of treatment works on handling past trauma that affects a person’s daily life by making them enabling to handling such bad memory or experience. 

 

Family Therapy

 

Family therapy happens with willing individuals of the same family joining a counseling session with a therapist in order to improve or work on the familial relationship and deal with mental issues.

 

Cognitive-behavioral Therapy

 

CBT is one of the most effective forms of psychological therapy that empowers a person mentally to enable them to handle the issues they face on a daily basis.

Frequently Asked Question

What are the three most important elements of a substance abuse program?

 

The three most important elements of a substance abuse treatment program are assessment, intervention, and treatment. Brief description:

 

  1. Assessment: Assessment or evaluation is the primary step of a substance abuse program. This stage is dedicated to noticing substance abuse in an individual’s life in order to get help for them. 
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  3. Intervention: Putting a stop to substance abuse or intending to do so in the second step. A proper intervention can be done with the help of a professional therapist but family members or friends can do it, too.
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  5. Treatment: Treatment involves detoxification, mental health evaluation, counseling, inpatient and outpatient treatment, motivational interviewing, medication, etc., to prevent relapse and get back to a healthy substance-free lifestyle. 
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How are behavioral therapies used to treat drug addiction?

 

Behavioral therapies have been proven to be excellent while treating drug addiction. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, 12-Step Facilitation Therapy, Family Therapy, etc., are some of the most used behavioral treatment programs used to treat addiction. They work by:

 

  • Keeping the engagement alive in patients to continue the treatment. 
  • Strengthening them to stay sober. 
  • Helping to change behavior and attitude that directs to sobriety and a better life.
  • Increasing their life skills to handle trauma, stress, and tough situations. 

 

How effective is Drug Addiction Therapy?

 

Not only does drug addiction therapy helps people to stop their substance use disorder, but also assists them to return to a normal, healthy lifestyle. Drug addiction is a chronic disease, meaning there is no definitive cure for that. Just like any other chronic disease, going through treatment reduces the severity and helps patients to be healthier and happier. However, stopping the treatment leads to relapse for some people. 

 

Drug addiction treatment is more effective than treatments for asthma and hypertension as the relapse rate is lower. The best decision is to keep your treatment ongoing and checking-in every now and then to maintain your healthy drug-free lifestyle.

 

Aftercare in substance abuse treatment programs is critical!

You will continue to be treated as part of the Retreat of Atlanta alumni program after you have left our facility. This will include forming and using a support network comprised of friends, family, and colleagues from a drug addiction recovery program. It will also include keeping in touch with the staff via phone and email, obtaining educational materials and information that will aid in your recovery, and attending community meetings and social activities organized by our team and other alumni program participants.

 

Learn More about Drug Addiction Treatments

If you or someone you care about is struggling with addiction, professional treatment is needed, Please contact us if you have any questions about our substance abuse treatment programs. Contact our detox center at 762-366-0100 or send us an email. It’s just a phone call away from getting the assistance you need.

 

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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.