Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Services in Georgia
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At Alcohol Drug Rehab Georgia, we have been offering addiction treatment for more than a decade.
Drug and alcohol dependency destroy lives and makes people feel overwhelmed by shame and guilt. It tests the strength of how much someone can endure. However, drug dependency can be beat, and Alcohol Drug Rehab Georgia has the staff and experience to help drug users end the cycle of abuse. Just like an illness such as cancer, alcohol and drug dependency are medically proven to be diseases. Our top-notch rehabilitation professionals specialize in drug and alcohol treatment recovery so that our clients get the best of care. To end your battle with addiction and take the first step to obtaining sobriety, an Alcohol Rehab center in Georgia. The road to recovery can be a long journey, and will support you along your path to recovery. To address the physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all of our patients, we create customized recovery plans. Call 706-480-9279 to get started now.
Rehab Designed for Every Client
At Drug Rehab Georgia, the rehab process is customized to each client only after evaluating their individual needs and issues.
Too many rehab facilities have a cookie-cutter strategy to getting clients clean, however all too often that method doesn't deal with the root causes of dependency or assist the client with how to learn to resist addiction by themselves.
Drug Rehab Georgia knows that to effectively recover from drug addiction, users must receive individualized and compassionate care. However, at the same time it must be in a structured, safe, and clean environment. During the recovery process, clients of Drug Rehab Georgia will reside in comfortable lodging, and will have access to group and individual counseling, physical activity and diversions, the 12-step community and programs, and a compassionate aftercare team.
The Truth about Addiction
Addiction is a complex disease, often chronic in nature, which affects the functioning of the brain and body. It also causes serious damage to families, relationships, schools, workplaces and neighborhoods. The most common symptoms of addiction are severe loss of control, continued use despite serious consequences, preoccupation with using, failed attempts to quit, tolerance and withdrawal. Addiction can be effectively prevented, treated and managed by healthcare professionals in combination with family or peer support. It’s important to understand that recreational drug and alcohol users are at risk and vulnerable to the psychological changes that take place when someone becomes addicted. Abusing alcohol and/or drugs on a daily basis puts you at risk of altered brain chemistry. The brain is rewired when someone ultimately crosses the line of control to addiction. Following the re-wiring process, an individual’s brain is convinced that it needs drugs or alcohol in order to stay alive.
There is a range in the severity of substance problems, from mild to moderate to severe. People who abuse drugs or alcohol can experience serious consequences such as accidents, overdoses, crime, school problems, violence and suicide. Many people experience alcohol or drug abuse problems, but are able to stop using or change their pattern of use without progressing to addiction.
There are several warning signs that reveal addiction’s presence in our life or life of someone we care about. The warning signs are physical, behavioral and psychological. Physical signs may include impaired coordination, change in weight, overall appearance and sleep patterns. Behavioral signs are likely to include loss of control over use, using to avoid withdrawal, increased tolerance for substance of choice and neglecting life responsibilities. Psychological signs may include emotional instability, lacking motivation, changes in personality and attitude. Although these signs of addiction are common, there are many more. The signs of addiction are different for everyone.