The mission of Infinite Recovery is to provide world-class treatment while honoring the dignity, worth, and uniqueness of all people recovering from the devastation of addiction. Those with experience in addiction know it is a maddening disease. While addiction is not a moral failure, it destroys our values and snares us in a cycle of selfishness and deceit. Yet those trapped in addiction often have underlying wounds that have never healed and experience a tremendous amount of shame and isolation.
GraceWay is a non-profit, faith-based, long-term substance abuse/addiction treatment community for women. We provide a spiritual home environment that empowers residents to become productive members of their families and society through intensive application of the Twelve-Step methodology of Alcoholics Anonymous.
We are not a medical facility or hospital, but rather a world-class, long-term rehabilitation program for women who are serious about recovery. Upon completion of our six month program, graduates who become employed may consider transitioning next door to “The Way” Sober Living Apartments.
GraceWay’s mission embraces a divinely–inspired, step-by-step path to recovery. We follow the Akron AA Twelve-Step treatment plan, which is based upon spiritual principles leading to a personal relationship with a loving God of each individual’s understanding.
In addition to maintaining sobriety, women are encouraged to pursue their ongoing education, employment, family responsibilities, dreams and joy-filled lives. Success is measured one woman…one day at a time.
Our program for transitional living utilizes pastoral addiction counseling and interventions by certified addiction specialists working together with the 12 Step community, County Services and law enforcement agencies, educational institutions, healthcare providers and employment services. By coordinating these resources with our client's motivation and abilities, transitional living into mainsteam life and productivity can become an attainable reality. Quality faith-based transitional housing in Atlanta doesn't have to be cost prohibitive either. Our recovery housing program fees are among the most competitive in Metro Atlanta Recovery options.
Discovery House is a recovery residence for those participating in drug treatment or who have recently graduated from treatment and are entering back into the work force.
We provide specific services that can complement ongoing drug treatment and prepare the client for the eventual return to life. Our clients learn to live life again by participating in group recreational activities and their own day to day life functions such as shopping and cooking. They learn to help each other and to receive help in return – all as part of the therapeutic community.
Communication is necessary for full recovery and is vital for life success. Often times we find that addiction began with the inability to communicate. Unable to address life problems with communication, the individual attempted to solve these problems by numbing themselves with drugs or alcohol. Communication can solve almost anything in life. We encourage our clients to communicate freely about their successes, worries or problems. They learn that conflicts with family members, staff or other clients are addressed through communication.
At Black Bear Lodge, we specialize in treating both addiction and mental health conditions in the same setting. Our residential treatment program is structured to address a person’s physical, spiritual, mental and emotional needs, creating the foundation for lifelong recovery.
Spanning 178 lush acres on the Savannah River in the heart of Augusta, Georgia, Bluff Plantation is one of the most comprehensive, scientifically-driven addiction treatment centers in the United States. Our team of renowned addiction medicine physicians and clinicians deliver multi-disciplinary addiction treatment and rehabilitation therapies in a secluded, five star residential setting.
Our ministry strives to address the needs of the whole person. Drugs and alcohol are but a symptom of deeper issues that need to be addressed for lasting recovery to take place. We believe addiction is a lifestyle related health problem with biological, spiritual, sociological, and psychological dimensions. Addiction causes us to make choices that harm us spiritually, making us feel unworthy of love and unable to accept God's love and help. Through Christ and Christian love that broken relationship with God can be restored.
Narcotic replacement therapy is one of the most effective forms of treatment for opiate dependence. Each patient is treated individually and the length of treatment varies from person to person. A patient may remain in treatment for as long as clinically indicated provided that he or she is making positive life changes. At any time, a patient may request to undergo medically supervised withdrawal. Patients are all encouraged to begin medically supervised withdrawal at some point in their course of treatment. In addition to issues of dependency, many patients have other psychosocial, emotional, occupational, medical, legal, and educational needs that should be addressed in order for treatment to be effective. HealthQwest staff is well equipped to address co-occurring issues. HealthQwest's philosophy is to provide the necessary resources and referrals to stabilize and restore positive functioning for each patient on an individualized basis.
Created in 1971, Unison Behavioral Health is an independent public agency created by Georgia law to provide behavioral health and developmental disability services to persons in Coffee, Atkinson, Bacon, Pierce, Ware, Clinch, Charlton, and Brantley counties. Originally Satilla Community Services, in October 2012 the organization became Unison Behavioral Health to better reflect its role as a specialty provider of behavioral healthcare services.
Unison is one of twenty-six community service board organizations operating in Georgia. Unison's board of directors are appointed by county commissioners and each county within the service area has at least one representative. As allowed by Georgia law, up to three additional board members may be appointed to the board in the event a county provides Unison significant financial support and/or in-kind contributions.
Unison services are provided regardless of age, race, gender, religion, handicap, national origin, veteran status, or ability to pay. We employ over 300 staff all dedicated to creating health and wellness for our clients through provision of high quality mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability services.
We provide services to people who are in need of coping skills to enrich their livelihood. We serve as a vital instrument to enable people to combat issues that prohibit them from fulfilling their goals in life.
The mission of Hope House Inc. is to apply a holistic approach to treatment in a long-term residential setting in order to break the cycle of chemical dependency for women, their dependent children, and their families. The Ready for Work program includes group and individual therapy, crisis intervention, family dynamics, parenting skills, coping skills, health and fitness and vocational and educational programs. This all-inclusive program gives women a second chance in life and the tools to become a productive member of society. The women who successfully complete the program leave to become gainfully employed citizens who are self-sufficient, better mothers, and able to deal with problems in constructive and healthy ways.
Evaluation Alcohol and Drug, Anger Management, Domestic Violence, Cognitive Skills/Impulse Control, Mental Health
Alcohol and Drug Education Basic education on biological risk factors of addiction, substance abuse vs. dependence, and what is considered low risk based on one’s biology. The curriculum includes medical aspects of addiction/abuse, disease concept, impact of substance abuse on the family, introduction to self-help groups, ect
Certified Clinical Evaluations and Treatment Providers State certified Clinical Evaluations and ASAM Level I treatment provider for the DUI Intervention Program of Georgia
Cognitive Skills Counseling Designed for the criminal offender population. The focus is on developing right thought and right action, reprogramming and restructuring patterns of thought that are not beneficial to the client
Shoplifting Diversion Program A 6 week, “offense-specific” program for those charged with/convicted of shoplifting
Life Skills This educational program focuses on helping clients learn to manage the challenges of everyday life, including healthy coping with stressors, identifying human needs, and improving relationships, self-control, and self-efficacy
DUI School/ Risk Reduction Program State certified 20 hour program for DUI and DUI-reduced offenders
Alcohol and Drug Education Workshops A 3 hour workshop, designed for underage alcohol and drug offenders, providing basic education on the harmful impact of substance abuse
Anger Management Provides participants with a summary of core concepts, as well as healthy tools for managing anger
Victim Impact Panel This is an educational class for those ticketed with DUI’s, other traffic violations, and those under age 21. Participants hear the poignant stories of those whose lives have been permanently affected by an impaired or reckless driver, or those affected by underage drinking
Alcohol Awareness A 4 hour educational and interactive program providing information on the effects of alcohol and drugs on the individual, as well as the laws and consequences: this course also includes a Victim Impact Panel
Marijuana Education and Treatment Program A 6 week education and interactive program for those charged with/convicted of marijuana possession
Family Violence Intervention Program State certified 24 week treatment provided for both male and female offenders charged or convicted under Georgia Family Violence Act
Individual/Family/Marital/Couples Therapy Therapy services address all client needs, including substance abuse, depression and anxiety