Alpharetta Addiction Rehab
Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services
Recovering from addiction is an arduous journey which involves healing the mind, body, and spirit in order to achieve a lasting recovery. However, every person has a different experience with addiction, including the influences that brought them to this point.
At The Carter Treatment Center, we offer a wide variety of alternative treatment programs aimed at treating you as a whole, not only the symptoms and side effects of your addiction. Those who suffer from addiction face the underlying mental, physical, and spiritual struggles which led them to seek the consolation of alcohol or drugs through yoga, meditation, Thai Chi, individual therapy, and other alternative therapies.
In Alpharetta, at The Carter Treatment Center, we provide help for those that are battling drug addiction with tailored programs for each individual person. Our programs are created to treat various forms of addiction, including:
Our addiction treatments are administered in a comfortable, encouraging, and judgment-free environment that facilitates the return to health and wellness. No matter what you are facing, we are here to help you.
Take the first step towards the life you deserve. Contact The Carter Treatment Center to get started at one our facilities.
Comprehensive Outpatient Program
The Carter Treatment Center has a renowned outpatient treatment program where patients can begin or continue their rehab after inpatient therapy. In outpatient rehab, patients meet with counselors and attend therapy sessions several times a week to talk about addiction, the struggles of recovery, and success stories.
Outpatient rehab is often the preferred starting point for patients in the beginning stages of an addiction. Some people can manage to focus on recovery without removing themselves from their normal lives and the stressors that led to addiction.
Anyone who completes an inpatient rehab program should continue treatment through outpatient therapy. Resuming normal life after time away in rehab can be jarring, and it’s comforting to know that you can still talk about the recovery journey with people who understand what you’re going through.