LEVELS OF CARE
- Individual and group counseling
- Inpatient and residential treatment
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Partial hospital programs
- Case or care management
- Recovery support services
- 12-Step fellowship
- Peer supports
At Atlanta Recovery Place, we offer multiple levels of treatment options. We are aware that everyone progresses through recovery, following the timeframe that is most suitable for them. Because of that, your level of care and length of stay will be determined after a comprehensive assessment.
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We are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to answer your personal and financial questions about treatment. If we are unable to help we will direct you to someone that can.
Intensive Outpatient Program is a primary treatment program recommended in some circumstances as a step down from PHP. A clinical and medical assessment will be completed to determine the most appropriate level of care for you. IOP can also enable clients to continue their recovery therapies following successful detox and possibly PHP, on a part-time yet intensive schedule, designed to accommodate work and family life..
Partial hospitalization refers to a comprehensive, short-term, intensive, clinical treatment program. Partial hospitalization is a step below inpatient hospitalization but more concentrated than traditional outpatient care. We recommend this level of care for our clients that have completed their detox protocol and are still in need of the structure and continued support without active 24-hour care.
Outpatient programs allow you to continue to live at home during drug or alcohol rehabilitation. Outpatient rehab tends to cost less than residential or inpatient treatment, and it may be more suitable for those unable to take extended absences from work or personal obligations.
Aftercare, also known as continuing care, is a stage that occurs after completion of a treatment program. During this stage clients no longer require the level of services provided during treatment and are generally able to function in the “real world” with a strong aftercare/discharge plan, community engagement and limited interaction with professionals.
Supportive housing also known as sober living is a very useful option available to assist our clients in maintaining their recovery. As a viable step-down option, clients are afforded the benefit of being in community with others who are also looking for a recovery community. Generally, the clients residing in supportive housing, will remain for at least 90 days, but stays can be arranged for as long as necessary.