Alcohol & Drug Rehab in Atlanta, GA
Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Atlanta, Georgia is unlike anything else you’ll see in the state. Located just 2 miles from The Georgia Aquarium and Georgia Tech’s main campus, The Summit Wellness Group combines all the latest therapies and holistic treatments to fully support recovery from drug addiction. Our luxurious facility is Joint Commission Accredited and every detail is designed to provide a safe, healing space for our clients.
The Summit Wellness Group: Your Atlanta Recovery Center
Evaluating Atlanta rehabilitation centers can be very overwhelming. It’s very difficult to know where to turn for this important, potentially life-changing decision. The Summit Wellness Group provides clients with comprehensive and cost-effective treatment programs that address a wide variety of substances and mental health conditions. Our Midtown Atlanta center is one of the highest-rated addiction treatment centers in Georgia because we place our clients first.
Who Can Benefit From Our Atlanta Rehab Center
At The Summit Wellness Group, we help professionals, young adults, veterans, LGBTQ, seniors, and parents who struggle with substance abuse and dual diagnosis mental illnesses. We refer adolescents to partner programs. Our Atlanta drug rehab is beneficial for individuals who have never received treatment before, as well as for those who have participated in programs and felt that they did not help. We also have special relapse prevention support groups for individuals who have relapsed and are in need of help once again.
We know each person’s life and schedule are different, so we offer several different treatment options to support long-term recovery. Our partial hospitalization treatment program is perfect for individuals who are able to dedicate their entire day to a program, whereas our intensive outpatient program is especially beneficial to professionals or individuals with outside responsibilities that prevent full-time enrollment.
Benefits of our Addiction Recovery Programs in Atlanta, GA
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The Summit Atlanta Rehab Programs
The Summit Wellness Group’s rehab in Atlanta features the following core addiction treatment programs:
Other Levels of Care
The above 3 levels of care are not part of The Summit Wellness Group Program. However, we recognize that they are vital to one’s long-term sobriety. As such we often refer clients in need of detox or inpatient care to one of our network of partner substance abuse treatment centers in Georgia.
Our Approach to Addiction Treatment in Atlanta
Our drug and alcohol rehab in Atlanta utilizes an integrated approach to treating addiction. Our programs consist of a mix of the latest evidence-based talk therapies, holistic modalities, and specialized groups. On top of that, we utilize the latest advancements in technology such as on-site brain mapping biofeedback therapy. We also support our clients with medication-assisted therapy options.
While many Atlanta drug treatment centers advertise holistic services, few deliver. All of our holistic rehab therapies are offered on-site, at no additional cost to our clients:
- Guided Meditation
- Yoga Classes
- Therapeutic Massage
- Chiropractic Care
- Adventure Therapy
- Music Therapy
We offer many different groups as part of our comprehensive curriculum. Our groups occur daily and are a primary focus of our program: relapse prevention groups, early recovery skills, neurobiology education, codependency education, healthy living skills, co-occurring illnesses education, mindfulness, and grief and loss groups. The level of care that the individual is attending will determine the number of hours the client attends group per week.
Any approach combining counseling and behavioral therapy with medications in the treatment of substance use disorders. The medications utilized in this type of treatment typically resemble the patient’s drug of choice in certain ways but are much safer and easier to monitor and control. An example of a widely-applied MAT is the use of buprenorphine (Suboxone) to suppress cravings for, and withdrawal symptoms of, opioids.
A mind-body technique involving the use of visual or auditory feedback for the purpose of gaining control over certain involuntary bodily functions including, but not limited to, heart rate, breathing rate, skin temperature, muscle tension, blood flow, blood pressure, and pain perception. Brain mapping can be useful in treating substance abuse because it enables clients to get a better understanding of their own involuntary bodily functions, which can also assist therapists in more adequately customizing a treatment plan.
More About the Therapies Available at our Rehab Center in Atlanta, GA
Psychological and behavioral therapies and methodologies continue to evolve with each passing year. The team of expert clinicians at our Atlanta drug treatment centers utilize the following therapies to treat drug and alcohol addiction:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Areas We Serve
Counties: Cobb, Coweta, Clayton, Dekalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Rockdale.
Cities: Atlanta, Buckhead, Chamblee, College Park, Decatur, Doraville, Downtown, East Point, Midtown, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Vinings
Landmarks: The Summit Wellness Group – Midtown Atlanta is located less than 3 miles from Atlantic Station, The Georgia Institute of Technology campus, The High Museum of Art and The Georgia Aquarium.
Directions: The easiest way to reach us by highway is to drive to the Downtown Atlanta Connector (where I-85 and I-75 meet) and take the 17th street exit. Take 17th street until it dead-ends into Howell Mill Road, and then turn left. You’ll then take the very first right on Huff Road NW. Drive past Atlanta City Water Works Reservoir Number One and we’re located on the left.
The Summit Wellness Group – Midtown Atlanta Alcohol & Drug Rehab
996 Huff Rd NW, Suite C, Atlanta, GA 30318
- Monday: 24 hours
- Tuesday: 24 hours
- Wednesday: 24 hours
- Thursday: 24 hours
- Friday: 24 hours
- Saturday: 24 hours
- Sunday: 24 hours
How much does rehab cost at Summit?
Cost is going to depend entirely on which programs and therapies are utilized. PHP programs are going to be the most expensive while IOP and outpatient costs are less. We accept most major health insurances as well as self-pay, and financing options are available and discussed upon admission.
What insurance policies do you accept?
We accept private insurance such as Cigna, Aetna, Beacon Health, GEHA, Magellan, Empire, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Humana. If you are concerned about payment and which insurances we accept, give us a call and we can talk you through this process.
How do I know when I should go to rehab?
If drug or alcohol use has caused any sort of disruption in your day-to-day life, it is time to seek treatment. Whether you use illicit or prescription drugs, increased tolerance, dependence, and addiction are all causes for concern. Not only can prolonged use cause significant damage to the brain and body, but the longer abuse continues, the more irreversible these effects become.
How long do the Summit programs last?
Because each person’s needs are different, program lengths are going to vary on a case by case basis. In general, our PHP program will last between 2 to 4 weeks while IOP can extend anywhere from 2 to 3 months. Our outpatient programs are ongoing and last as long as our clients feel is necessary.
How can I motivate a loved one to start treatment?
The short answer is that you cannot force someone to go to rehab if they don’t want to. But you can make them aware of your concerns and provide them with information on facilities you have looked into. Express how their substance use makes you feel and provide them with the support they need during this time.
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The Summit Wellness Group’s Midtown Atlanta admissions team is standing by 24/7 to support you. There are three ways to get in touch with us. You can call us at 678-705-8762, click here to open a chat with us or fill out our contact form.