Drug Rehab Treatment Classes

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 Drug Rehab Treatment Classes

Individuals seeking an intensive ASAM Level 2 level of care, AACS Drug Rehab Treatment Classes in Atlanta, Decatur and Marietta provide a therapeutic atmosphere for transformative recovery, and it follows highly structured and evidenced based model of integrated treatment employed at AACS Drug Rehab and recovery centers.  AACS Drug Rehab Treatment Classes offer residential inpatient, intensive outpatient, a psycho educational group, a professionals’ program, individual and group therapy, and personalized treatment plans. Clients improve each day from innovative modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,  Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy coping skills and Motivational Interviewing.

Drug Rehab Treatment Classes

Drug Rehab Treatment Classes

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Inpatient Rehab 

Our inpatient program can be from 30 to 180 days. It is designed to encourage  individuals to work on underlying issues and develop coping skills to resist temptation of drug usage.

Primary care consists of the first 30 – 60 days in initial treatment. We utilize this period to obtain psychological and medical testing, stabilize, develop self-knowledge and form a partnership with each individual to create a customized plan for each patient.

Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient programs are designed to allow individuals to return to work, school or everyday life rather quickly. We offer two track of outpatient programs.

  1. Intensive Outpatient Program – 30 days
  2. Outpatient Treatment – 60- 90 days

Sober Living

For long-term success, our statistics show aftercare is key.  Individuals are encouraged to actively participate in at least 12 months of aftercare which includes continued individual and group therapy for the first year, random drug screens and the completion of working a 12 step program with a sponsor.

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