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Monday, 12 September 2016

Long Term Residential Drug & Alcohol Treatment Programs In Georgia

One of the things that often confuse people when it comes to drug treatment programs in the state of Georgia is why so many of them are government funded. Since many of the state’s drug addicts are unable to hold down a job, they are not paying any taxes, so no one sees a reason why they should be benefiting.

There are two reasons why the government steps in and helps finance the addicts stay at a Georgia state residential drug therapy program. The first explanation is easy. If the addict is able to get cleaned up, there is a chance that they can become a productive member of society. This means that they will be able to get a job and start paying taxes. That alone justifies paying their way through the rehab program.

The second reason the government feels that the use of Medicare is a reasonable way to finance a person’s stint in rehab is because it has been discovered that the addiction really is not the addicts fault. There is some sort of chemical imbalance that forces them to rely on drugs so that they can feel good. Considering this information, the government feels that drug addicts deserve the same respect and financial help as anyone else who is dealing with any other form of mental illness. That is also why no one is ever a recovered addict, but is always referred to as a recovering addict.

The one thing the state government might want to consider is trying to come up with the funding for more long term programs. Studies have indicated that people who go through a long term (usually 3+ months) residential drug therapy program are significantly more likely to stay sober than an addict that has only gone through a 28 day program.

90-Day  Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers in Georgia

Currently in the state of Georgia, there are just over 30 different drug and alcohol treatment programs that will provide a 90-day  program for drug and alcohol addicts.  These programs will offer a wide variety of different treatment options such as, meetings, group counseling, individual counseling, cognitive therapy, and various other forms of traditional therapy.  There will also typically be all of the amenities needed on-site to live there for the 90-day period.

Source: http://www.treatment-centers.net/treatment-directory/georgia.html

Here is a list of the different Long Term programs in Georgia. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

The listing below is sorted by cities in alphabetic order.

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