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.
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.
Residential Recovery Phase I
Our intensive faith-based, recovery program for alcohol and drug abuse usually last 6-7 months in the first phase depending on the needs of the resident. This structured, home environment has 24 hour supervision and constant monitoring. Behavioral stabilization, criminal thinking, group therapy, along with our principle based twelve step workshops help our residents learn to enjoy life without substance use, and learn to develop true and healthy relationships. In addition to our intense program we promote personal responsibility, we address the physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being of our residents.
Transitional Living Phase II
The great advantage of transitional living is that the resident can share any obstacles she encounters in the real world that normally might trigger her to relapse. Being able to return to a safe transitional housing environment where she gets love and support can greatly guide her in how to work through life without alcohol or substance abuse.
Residents who have worked Steps 1-7 will continue to receive one-on-one counseling. If needed and if the family is agreeable we assist with finding a suitable family counselor. We offer life skills training, problem solving, and personal development along with other vital necessities.
Setting healthy boundaries and finding peace and confidence within self is critical within the transitional living process! Sobriety is a life long management process and that is the truth. Unfortunately, many residents leave Recovery Homes thinking they are cured and that they can return to life as if they were never an alcoholic or drug addict. This is a sad reality that almost always leads to relapse. Accepting the truth and helping our residents find passion and purpose is imperative to self-worth and happiness.
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The Road to Recovery provides highly specialized behavioral health services and programs in the United States and abroad. Finding the most appropriate and professional behavioral health services for an individual's specific needs can be a daunting task and we are here to help you along the way. Our behavioral health clinical practice offers you affordability, accessibility and also linguistically and culturally competent services. We provide our programs and psychological services in English, Spanish and Portuguese worldwide through interactive Telemedicine (Internet therapy) via Skype. We offer six convenient locations, along public transportation routes, throughout the State of Georgia. We are open weekends and evenings to accommodate your busy schedule. We have over twenty-five years of experience and our professional fees are among the most competitive in our field.
Transition House Inc., is honored and humbled by our men and women veterans’ dedication and unwavering commitment to freedom and to our country. We thank you for your service from our newest veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan to our older veterans who served in World War II.
We are here to help homeless veteran men and women with alcohol and drug addictions.
Transition House and VA Medical Center work together to foster the recovery of men and women in the veteran’s program.
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.
Mary Hall Freedom House provides structured services that fit every woman’s individual needs while teaching core concepts of behaviors and skills to remain abstinent. MHFH offers residential treatment, day treatment, and intensive outpatient treatment for single women and women with children.
Time limited and medically monitored program that provides comprehensive, intensive, and structured services through individual case management and group therapy sessions.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Designed specifically to address the individual plans of the women served, this program is specific to women who have secured employment and are accomplishing set treatment goals.
Organized and staffed to provide general and specialized services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Residential treatment services are organized to provide environments in which clients reside and receive services from staff that is trained in working with persons needing ongoing care.
Integrated services focused on education of mental diseases/illnesses and how they interrelate to drug addiction, coping skills, anger and relapse prevention. Also includes specific groups to address domestic violence, sexual trauma and relationship issues
All programs are accredited by Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF)
Alpha Recovery is a supportive, structured living environment for addicts who are new in their recovery. Clients are subject to nightly curfews, random urine screens, and are required to attend Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings on a regular basis, in addition to weekly groups and individual sessions at Alpha Recovery. Clients are required to work, unless there is a physical or mental disability, which prevents them from doing so.
The formation of the Alpha Recovery program is a culmination of ideas and
Alpha Recovery recognizes that the disease of addiction affects the addict physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, and that the success of any program of recovery lies in daily commitment to a twelve-step program. Alpha Recovery believes that regular attendance and application of the spiritual principles of these programs are the foundations for that success. The Alpha Recovery staff is made up of people who are professional treatment providers and/or recovering addicts, themselves. We are available to clients to help in teaching the twelve steps and the practical application of these principles in daily living. The programs of A.A. and N.A. teach us that there will come a time when nothing will stand between the addict and a drink or a drug but his relationship with his Higher Power. We, therefore, encourage spiritual growth.
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
Mary Hall Freedom House utilizes a supportive housing model that addresses the increasing demand of women and women with children seeking rehabilitative services. Women and children are integrated into an apartment community setting, allowing them to feel some sense of normalcy and independence.
In Community Housing women go through the process of reintegrating back into mainstream society. It provides closely monitored and supervised services for women and women with children who are receiving day treatment and intensive outpatient services. Community Housing allows women to gain confidence in their independence, self-esteem, freedom, and privacy by providing a sober living environment.
A 24/7 assessment center for homeless women and women with children addresses the needs of emergency situations.
Transitional Housing is designed to provide supportive living for women and women with children who have completed treatment and are transitioning back into mainstream society. Each transitional program is designed with the flexibility to provide services to homeless women and women with children committed to investing two years in the program.
Permanent housing promotes an environment that encourages women to establish and achieve goals focused on increasing self sufficiency, improving life skills, and increasing economic stability. Mary Hall Freedom House offers permanent housing to chronically homeless women with children....
In 2011 Mary Hall Freedom House partnered with the United States Department Of Veterans Affairs in establishing two year transitional housing to help homeless veterans become self-sufficient. Mary Hall partnered with Rooms to Go which provided fully furnished apartments for thirty seven women and seventeen families.
Why We're Unique
Transition Rehabs’ environment embraces accountability, responsibility and independence as we coach each woman, individually, and at their pace, with clinical services, full case coordination services, life skill coaching; support services; respite rehabilitation and community resource guidance, simultaneously.
1. Young and older adult woman newly diagnosed; and
2. Young and older adult woman who have chronically relapsed and who are on the edge of losing everything that is important to them; and.
3. Young and older adult woman who want to learn to be accountable & independent; and
4. Young and older adult woman who are seeking another chance to sustain change.
Life Skills Building toward more independence
"Working with Transition Rehab, a unified organization, it is important for us to first ensure that we establish a foundation of understanding through an initial assessment that can help to uncover the root of the underlying symptoms. Medication management is also often important in order to address mental health concerns, addiction concerns and/or any medical conditions that an individual may be experiencing."
Human Resilience + Opportunities for Meaningful Roles = A New Life Purpose