Central Location in Atlanta
Our addiction treatment location is in Atlanta, Georgia. We service the surrounding communities as well as those who come to us from out of state.
Structured Addiction Treatment in Atlanta
Buckhead Behavioral Health is a Partial Hospitalization, Outpatient and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) located in a luxurious neighborhood of Northern Atlanta.
Our experienced team of addiction professionals at our Atlanta rehab center are here to help you or your loved one integrate back into society following your detox process with the proper tools and resources necessary to live a productive life in recovery from drugs and alcohol.
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Dual Diagnosis: Redefined
We believe that dual diagnosis treatment should be the standard, and not the exception for addiction treatment. Our team believes that many turn to substances as a means to self-medicate, temporarily alleviating the symptoms of underlying mental health issues. Treating only the substance abuse without addressing the underlying mental health disorder can be a half-measure that leaves the root causes unaddressed, paving the way for relapses and the continuation of destructive behaviors.
What We Offer
Detox involves the process of getting all of the drugs or alcohol out of your system after you stop using substances. Each person’s experience with this process will be different, depending on a number of factors.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
A Partial Hospitalization Program, also known as PHP allows the client to reside at home and commute to a treatment center to receive the care that they need.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Our Intensive Outpatient Program provides addiction treatment therapy and programming that is structured to help individuals while they integrate back into their busy lives.
90 Day Rehab Program
This treatment modality provides clients with FDA-approved medications that help minimize withdrawal symptoms and curb cravings for continued use.
Create a Life of Endless Possibility
Our highly experienced Atlanta addiction treatment staff are here to help answer your questions at this very moment.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Can Your Rehab in Atlanta Help Me?
Addiction, dual diagnosis, and mental health conditions are complex and nearly impossible to combat on your own. At Buckhead Behavioral Health, our addiction specialists give you the skills and tools necessary to overcome these disorders with education, structure, and support to maintain sustainable change in your life.
What Are My Addiction Treatment Options?
At Buckhead Behavioral Health, not every treatment path is the same. With each individual on a case-by-case basis, we offer a number of options that meet each individual where they’re at, these include:
Can I Live At Home While Attending Addiction Treatment?
Yes, depending on each person’s unique needs, we develop a plan that best fits each individual. This can include living at home and commuting to treatment each day, or living from a structured sober living environment close by. We additionally serve the following areas in Georgia:
If your city isn’t listed here it does not mean we cannot help you, reach out to us today!
How Long Does Treatment Last?
Treatment is a minimum of thirty days, however since we have multiple levels of care, most clients spend about an average of 90 days, depending on what level of care they enter into.
How Do I Know I Have A Problem with Alcohol or Drugs?
If you answer “yes,” to some of the following questions, you may be appropriate for our care:
- You’ve tried to quit drugs or alcohol on your own, but have been unable to.
- Your substance use is causing strain in relationships, work, or your day to day life.
- You want to stop using, but don’t know how.
- You experience withdrawal symptoms when you stop using drugs or alcohol.
You’re Not Alone
We believe that everyone can recover. The personal recovery stories that walk through our door each day is what keeps us going.
We’ve helped hundreds of individuals create new changes in their lives backed by trauma-informed and evidence-based addiction treatment.