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How Does an Outpatient Rehab Program Work?

Most addiction recovery programs offer patients a choice between inpatient and outpatient treatment. Severe addictions generally call for inpatient treatment since it provides more oversight and around-the-clock monitoring necessary for guiding patients through difficult withdrawal periods. Nonetheless, for many people, outpatient treatment is a viable option. It affords greater convenience and flexibility and may be…

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Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription drugs are a wonder of modern medicine. When used correctly, they relieve symptoms and lessen suffering for millions of Americans on a daily basis. But they are also addictive substances whose use is easily abused if people are not careful. The dangers of prescription drug abuse are many. Informing yourself and others about prescription…

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Identifying Addiction and Relapse Triggers

Relapse is an unfortunately common occurrence for people in addiction recovery. Part of avoiding relapse is about understanding relapse triggers and how to spot them. Rehab programs often support participants in developing comprehensive aftercare plans that identify addiction and relapse triggers. Contact Georgia Addiction Treatment Center at 833.641.0661 to learn more about addiction therapy programs.…

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Is Intensive Outpatient Right for Me?

Addiction treatment falls into two broad categories: outpatient and inpatient. Inpatient treatment occurs on-site and provides around-the-clock care in a safe, supportive environment. Outpatient refers to treatment where patients may attend therapy or receive medication at a treatment center but otherwise go about their normal lives. Outpatient rehab does not involve a residential stay or…

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5 Benefits of Partial Hospitalization

Many people with drug and alcohol addiction also struggle with mental health disorders. When this happens, choosing a treatment program that can accommodate the symptoms you have is essential. Partial hospitalization is a type of outpatient treatment program that can help accomplish this. At Georgia Addiction Treatment Center, we offer a partial hospitalization program to…

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Benefits of Outpatient Treatment

If you or someone you love is dealing with a substance use disorder, it’s important to seek care. There are many kinds of addiction treatment options, but one that many people turn to is outpatient treatment. Unlike inpatient or residential care, outpatient treatment allows patients to come to seek care and then to return home…