Atlanta Drug Rehab
If you or a family member is struggling with substance use disorder, you are not alone. However, our Atlanta drug rehab is here for you. Whether it’s prescription medications or street drugs like heroin, fentanyl, or meth, we’re here to help. In fact, we understand the stakes and place an emphasis on integrated therapy programming in our Norcross rehab. Here, love, compassion, and guidance are at the heart of our Gwinnett County drug treatment program. And, if you’re looking for a nurturing environment to begin your recovery, look no further than Samba Recovery.
In our local treatment center, you’ll discover a talented team that will take the time to get to know you. At the same time, we understand that drug addiction is complex, and we take a whole person approach that includes medication assisted treatment and behavioral therapies. Our substance abuse treatment programs in Atlanta are designed to address the unique circumstances you present in a boutique-style environment than can pivot to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
It’s time to take your life back. Call 888.505.8279 today to get started.
Addiction is a Mental Health Disorder
The stigmas surrounding drug use, dependency, and addiction can make it difficult to seek help, but it’s important to remember that addiction is not a choice. No one raised their hand in kindergarten and said ” I want to grow up and be a drug addict.” Drug addiction is medical disease that left untreated, only gets worse.
Drug use may start as a way to deal with difficult life circumstances or emotional pain. For others, prescription medications prescribed for legitimate purposes can lead to misuse and dependency.
Those in our Atlanta drug rehab program often come to us for help with:
- Opioid addiction – Opioids are a class of drugs that include prescription pain relievers like OxyContin, Tramadol, and Percocet as well as illegal drugs like heroin & fentanyl.
- Benzo addiction – Benzodiazepines are a class of drugs used to treat anxiety and include medications like Xanax, Ativan, and Klonopin.
- Stimulant addiction – Stimulant drugs increase alertness and include medications like Adderall, Ritalin, and Concerta as well as illegal drugs like cocaine and methamphetamine.
We take an individualized approach to Atlanta drug rehab center. This means that we will work with you to create a plan that meets your unique needs, and execute it together.
Atlanta Drug Rehab in Gwinnett
Our Atlanta drug rehab includes a variety of therapy programs to help patients heal the underlying issues that may be contributing to their addiction. Our Gwinnett behavioral therapy programs include:
- Individual therapy – Patients meet one-on-one with their therapist to address root causes and triggers that are fueling their substance use.
- Group therapy – Patient peer sessions led by our group coordinator. The varied sessions may be topic-driven or quickly pivoted to lend vital community support to someone having a difficult time. The key to our group therapy sessions is to foster everyone’s relatable experiences to help each other as a team.
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) – In CBT, patients learn to identify and change the thoughts and behaviors that are contributing to their addiction.
- Family therapy – Patients and their loved ones meet with a therapist to openly discuss fractured relationships, underlying issues, resentments, and anger. The Samba therapist establishes boundaries and guidelines for everyone to be heard, and ultimately heal.
This is not an exhaustive list—every individual who walks through our doors will receive a unique combination of therapies that are tailored to their specific needs.
Suboxone Treatment for Opioids Near Atlanta
Suboxone treatment (as part of an integrated treatment plan) is used by our Atlanta drug rehab for heroin, Fentanyl, and other prescription narcotics. Determining if Atlanta Suboxone treatment is right for you includes a full medical assessment, opioid use history, medical history, and other issues. Typically, patients with a long history of opioid addiction, chronic relapse benefit the most. At the same time, Suboxone is a combination medication consisting of Buprenorphine (a partial opioid agonist) and Naloxone (active ingredient in Narcan). This “combo” medicine eases cravings and withdrawals but prevents the Suboxone patient from getting “high” should they choose to use. While Suboxone and other addiction medications are effective, they are only one element of lasting recovery.