Outpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues
Four Convenient Locations in the Atlanta Area
Foundations Atlanta offers comprehensive integrated treatment for addiction and mental health conditions, and our patients learn the skills and solutions that will help them integrate recovery into their everyday lives. We approach substance abuse as a disease, a belief that permeates everything we do. As a result, we treat our patients with the same dignity and respect afforded to anyone else in need of treatment, creating a supportive atmosphere where people are viewed as individuals.
Outpatient treatment offers a special opportunity for patients to start or reaffirm their recovery in a real-world setting. Acquiring the tools and education to sustain recovery long-term is a key facet of outpatient treatment, and our programs allow patients to process their thoughts with treatment professionals and peers as they continue to lay the foundation for a renewed life in sobriety. Whether you have just graduated from a residential program, you’ve been in recovery for years and would like to recommit to the process, or you’re just beginning to learn about what a life in recovery would mean for you, we can help. Our supportive staff at multiple locations will meet you where you are and will ensure that you feel encouraged and equipped for your individual journey.
Offering Four Outpatient Locations
For the convenience of those we serve, Foundations Recovery Network has four outpatient treatment facilities in the Atlanta area:
Foundations Atlanta at Midtown
1708 Peachtree St. NW | Suite 300 | Atlanta, GA 30309
Foundations Atlanta at Roswell
Historic Roswell District | 114 Sloan Street | Roswell, GA 30075
Talbott Recovery Atlanta
South Atlanta | 5448 Yorktowne Dr. | Atlanta, GA 30349
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Dunwoody | 2153 Peachford Road | Dunwoody, GA 30338
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Residential Rehabilitation Options
Foundations Atlanta’s flexible schedules and comfortable setting create an atmosphere for healing.
At Foundations Atlanta, we specialize in treating both addiction and mental health conditions in the same setting. The terms “co-occurring” and “dual diagnosis” are often used describe the presence of both chemical dependency and an emotional or psychiatric illness. Individuals who experience a dual diagnosis often face a wide range of psychosocial issues and may experience more than two interacting illnesses. We know that treating substance abuse and mental health conditions simultaneously offers individuals the best chance of long-term recovery.
Researchers, mental health professionals and chemical dependency treatment providers are finding that dual disorders occur with regular frequency. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has determined that dual diagnoses affect more than 10 million Americans each year. We are continuing to discover more about the specific causes of psychiatric illness and chemical dependency. We know that family history, genetics, brain chemistry and environmental factors all appear to play important roles.
Our system of care is focused on treating the whole person. This means that our treatment programs address the presenting issues as well as their underlying causes, and our emphasis is on teaching life skills that will help individuals thrive in recovery. At Foundations Atlanta, patients are educated about their conditions, and they participate in informative and process groups on relationships, trauma, medical concerns, spirituality and family issues. We want each person attends our program to have positive interactions, healthy coping skills and an understanding of how to respond to the world as a confident, inspired individual in recovery.
Common Problems with Co-occurring Disorders
Not every facility can treat co-occurring disorders effectively. Research has shown that our methods work, and it is largely because our treatment model is evidence-based and outcomes-informed. There are several common issues associated with co-occurring disorders that need to be addressed. These include the following:
- Family and social problems
- Employment or school problems
- High-risk behavior
- Drunk or drugged driving
- Multiple admissions to residential/outpatient treatment due to chemical relapse
- Multiple admissions for psychiatric care due to reoccurrence of psychiatric symptoms
- Increased emergency room admissions
- Increased need for acute health care services
- Legal problems and incarceration
Healing from co-occurring disorders incorporates both biological and behavioral health treatment. At Foundations Atlanta, we want to help you recover your life in many more ways than one.
The Foundations Atlanta Difference
At Foundations Atlanta, we have staff who care and programs that are effective. We are nationally recognized for integrative and evidence-based methods that have produced proven results for individuals dealing with substance abuse issues and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Our dual diagnosis approach provides the best opportunity for you or your loved one to achieve complete and lasting recovery. If you have any questions about our treatment programs or locations, please contact us at the toll-free number listed on this page. We offer complimentary assessments, so call us today to schedule an assessment for you or your loved one.
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