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Search Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Georgia by County

Drug and alcohol addiction has swept the nation and affected each state in some way. Some states are hit harder than others, and each state experiences addiction to substances in its own way. For Georgia, the biggest problem has been with a back and forth crisis of opiate pain reliever addiction and heroin addiction.

Georgia is not alone in this crisis, but they definitely have some of the worst opiate addiction problems out there. A serious problem that comes along with prescription drug abuse is sudden heroin abuse. The two go hand in hand. When a prescription drug addict cannot obtain prescription pills, he or she will usually turn to heroin. It’s the natural course of action for an addict. Heroin abuse or heroin dependency is actually statistically forty times more likely to occur in people who abuse or are dependent upon prescription opioid painkillers!

Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Georgia

Should you be successful in convincing a Georgia addict to go to rehab, the best choice is absolutely an inpatient one. Inpatient rehab centers for drug and alcohol addiction have by far the best services out there according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Some of Georgia’s centers are:

  • Southeast Georgia Treatment Center LLC is an inpatient program of high regard in Dublin that addresses chemical dependence and mental addiction both.
  • HealthQwest LLC Opioid Treatment Program is an opiate-specific treatment center in Warner Robins.
  • Reliance Treatment Center Statesboro is Statesboro’s inpatient rehab program.

These are only three of Georgia’s inpatient rehab centers. There are many more. Family members and loves ones of addicts are encouraged to help their addicted loved ones get into rehab centers as soon as possible.

(The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,, offers a plethora of information about addiction rehabilitation centers.)