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Drug & Alcohol Treatment in Cumming 

Addiction Treatment Center in Georgia

Addiction and substance abuse come in many forms and each one affects people differently. At The Carter Treatment Center, we treat various types of alcohol and drug addiction using alternative therapies, counseling, and outpatient treatment programs. We tailor every program based on the needs of each patient, creating a treatment plan directed at the physical, emotional, and mental factors contributing to their addiction.

Contact Us To Start Your Journey Towards Recovery

Making the first step towards recovery is often the hardest one. You need to have the will and drive to make a positive change in your life. Thankfully, it’s not something you need to push through alone. Our compassionate staff will be by your side every step of the way.

Read some of our success stories.


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Our programs are aimed at treating various forms of substance use disorder, including:

Abuse Vs. Addiction

There is a distinct difference between substance abuse and addiction, and it is an important one. Just become someone does not consume an addictive substance every day, or even every week, does not mean they do not have a problem.

The true definition of substance abuse is continued use of a substance even when you know it harms your body, relationships, career, or other aspects of your life. This can be a tricky affliction to diagnose, as there are many things that can damage your body but are still fine to consume in moderation- such as red meat or sugary sweets.

An example of substance abuse would be someone who continues to drink alcohol even after they have suffered liver damage. They may not consume alcohol on a regular basis, but continuing to take a substance in excess quantities, even if it is only once in a while, knowing the damage it can do is not something that should be ignored.

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Reviews & Testimonials

Hear From Others Who Have Recovered Their Possibilities
    “It felt like I was home”
    “The entire process was so innocuous that it never crossed my mind I was in treatment, it felt like I was home, surrounded by such whole-hearted individuals who were all reaching for the same goal: Sobriety.”
    - L.W.
    “I came out with peace, self love and most of all confidence”
    “I love The Carter Treatment Center so much because, for the first time in my existence, I came out with peace, self-love, and most of all confidence that I will make it much further this time.”
    - C.M.
    “Guys, call them- they changed my life.”
    “I don't usually open up publicly about my treatment, but... I love this place. They don't do cookie-cutter treatment. My plan was about ME and MY needs, unlike a lot of other places I've been in and out of.”
    - B.M.
    “Thank you The Carter Treatment Center for the amazing support”
    “This is honestly a great rehab for anyone looking for serious help and truly has some of the greatest doctors and therapists in the state of Georgia. Even after my short stay I still have continued sobriety and a fulfilling life.”
    - D.N.
    “Today REALLY IS the first day of the rest of your life!”
    “I Loved everything about TCTC! The staff is patient, kind, knowledgeable, well-trained, has compassion, and has given me the full toolbox (My Hard Work) to succeed in my recovery. By far the BEST decision I made was to go here.”
    - K.V.
    “I really believe The Carter Treatment Center cares about people, you're not just a number.”
    “My counselor was always professional and insightful. I found a lot of healing in the process group and sound therapy. I really believe The Carter Treatment Center cares about people, you're not just a number.”
    - A.L.
    “Thank you Carter Treatment Center, you are a blessing.”
    “Thank you Carter Treatment Center, you are a blessing. I always feel at home when I am here. Everyone is smiling and I know it will be a good day.”
    - G.H.
    “An excellent facility, with an even more amazing leadership and staff!!”
    “I would highly recommend any of my friends or loved one's that were seeking substance abuse treatment to contact them.”
    - P.S.

When it Comes to Recovery, It Is Normal to Have Questions

Frequently Asked Questions
  • How do I pay for treatment?
    We want to make addiction treatment both effective and cost-effective. We thus work with numerous insurance providers to help cover the cost of treatments. To learn more check out this page!
  • 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.
  • 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.
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