SUWANEE, GA ALTERNATIVE ADDICTION THERAPY
CARE FOR THE MIND, BODY, & EMOTIONAL NEEDS OF EVERY PATIENT
Addiction takes its toll on people mentally, physically, and emotionally. Taking care to address all of these factors during treatment is key to helping patients achieve lasting recovery without fear of relapse. At The Carter Treatment Center, we know that there is no one guaranteed treatment plan for addiction. Everyone experiences this disease differently, and the influences that brought them to this point vary from person to person. This is why we have developed an extensive alternative treatment program that is aimed at treating the patient as a whole, not just the symptoms and side effects of their addiction.
Our Alternative Therapy Services
We offer a variety of alternative therapies, allowing our patients to engage in therapies that appeal to their hobbies and interests. Not every patient will be engaged in every therapy; rather, our team learns more about each individual and helps them develop a schedule that best works for them.
Our alternative therapies include:
- Chemical dependency treatment
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Sound therapy
- Tai Chi
Visit the pages above to learn more about each type of therapy. Our staff will also be more than happy to tell you more about what to expect for any service you might be interested in. Contact us today either online or by calling our centers in Suwanee and Cumming, GA.
Though our centers are located in Cumming and Suwanee, we provide service for residents in Dawsonville, Canton, Milton, John’s Creek, Gainesville, Alpharetta,Roswell, Duluth, Buford, Lawrenceville, Peachtree Corners, and Gwinnett County.
What is the definition of addiction?
Addiction is a psychological and/or physical inability to stop consuming a substance even when it causes physical, spiritual, mental, or financial harm.More FAQ's
What is "Outpatient" treatment?
Outpatient treatment is when individuals continue living in their own residences while making trips to counseling and therapy sessions several times a week.learn more
How do I pay for treatment?
We want to make addiction treatment accessible and cost-effective. We thus work with numerous insurance providers to help you cover the cost of treatment.insurance & financing