Abuse Vs. Addiction
Our staff attempts to shed light on those who have drug issues but may not be seen as “typical” addicts. Just because someone doesn’t take drugs in copious amounts every few hours or every day, doesn’t mean they don’t have a drug problem.
If you continue using a drug even when you know it has the potential to harm your body or other aspects of your life, you have a substance abuse problem. You may not take the drug daily, but continuing to use it, even if it’s just every once in a while, is an issue that our facility attempts to treat in addition to addiction.
Outpatient Vs. Inpatient Rehab
You may be wondering the benefits of joining an outpatient rehab program, as opposed to an inpatient option. The truth is that outpatient rehab is a cheaper option, as well as the preferred option for those who don’t want to feel that they’re staying in a hospital. Outpatient rehab is also an option for individuals who are struggling with addiction, but also have a support system at home, or who have family members depending on them.
Outpatient rehab also provides flexibility. While those staying in an inpatient facility have their days planned out for them, being able to leave your outpatient program after a session enables you to carry on with your other obligations and activities.
While outpatient rehab isn’t for everyone, it can be the perfect program for those who are looking for affordable treatments that can coincide with their schedules, while still allowing them to come home to their families at the end of the day.
Drug Addictions We Treat
Because different drugs affect people differently, we have specific treatments that are tailored to various drug addictions. Our programs involve different forms of therapy, counseling, and more in order to help individuals develop successful coping techniques they can use after rehab.
Our judgment-free treatment programs include those that treat:
- Opiate addiction
- Heroin addiction
- Prescription drug addiction
- Crack cocaine addiction
- Cocaine addiction
- Methamphetamine addiction
- Benzodiazepine addiction
- Fentanyl addiction
Call our Gwinnett County outpatient rehab team today at (678) 737-4430 for caring support.
What makes our rehab facility stand apart from the rest is that we employ various alternative forms of therapy, because we know just as no two people are alike, there is also no one kind of therapy that works for all.
When you join our programs, you’ll have a host of treatments to choose from, including: