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Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center in Helen, GA

If use of alcohol or drugs is affecting your home and work life, Helen, GA has a large number of highly-rated drug abuse facilities to help you or a loved one. Whether addicted to Norco, opioids, pain pills or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the highest-quality help available. You can even find luxury or exclusive treatment in Helen to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

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Because of the problems substance and alcohol abuse can cause to to your well-being, getting help as early as possible is important, even though it can be tough to make the change. Many addictions evolve over a course of years. Still, it's never too late to get help. Don't waste your life addicted to taking drugs or alcohol - call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-800-943-0566, no-charge. We can help you.

Local NA/MA Meetings in Helen, GA
TypeMeeting Name @ LocationAddress Day/Time
Details
NAMeeting In The Mountains @ First Presbyterian Church 147 Main St, Cleveland, GA, 30528 Friday @ 7:00 pm Format: Open
NAEnotah Community Recovery Center @ Enotah Community Recovery Center 118 Kytle St, Cleveland, GA, 30528 Wednesday @ 7:00 pm Format: Speaker
NAMeeting In The Mountains @ First Presbyterian Church 147 Main St, Cleveland, GA, 30528 Tuesday @ 7:00 pm Format: Open
NAEnotah Community Recovery Center @ Enotah Community Recovery Center 118 Kytle St, Cleveland, GA, 30528 Tuesday @ 12:00 pm Format: Speaker
NACounty Annex Building @ County Annex Building 41 Hospital St, Blairsville, GA, 30514 Friday @ 8:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NACounty Annex Building @ County Annex Building 41 Hospital St, Blairsville, GA, 30514 Tuesday @ 4:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NAGrace-Calvary Episcopal Church @ Grace-Calvary Episcopal Church 260 Green St, Clarkesville, GA, 30523 Monday @ 7:00 pm
NAGrace-Calvary Episcopal Church @ Grace-Calvary Episcopal Church 260 Green St, Clarkesville, GA, 30523 Saturday @ 7:00 pm
NAUnitarian Universalist Church @ Unitarian Universalist Church 439 Park St, Dahlonega, GA, 30533 Friday @ 7:00 pm
NAUnitarian Universalist Church @ Unitarian Universalist Church 439 Park St, Dahlonega, GA, 30533 Monday @ 8:00 pm
NAMeeting Place @ Meeting Place 318 Grove St, Dahlonega, GA, 30533 Sunday @ 4:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NAClayton Presbyterian Church @ Clayton Presbyterian Church 150 Church St, Clayton, GA, 30525 Monday @ 7:00 pm
NAFamily Art Therapy Center @ Family Art Therapy Center Clayton, GA, 30525 Thursday @ 7:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NAClayton Presbyterian Church @ Clayton Presbyterian Church 150 Church St, Clayton, GA, 30525 Thursday @ 7:00 pm
NAFamily Art Therapy Center @ Family Art Therapy Center Clayton, GA, 30525 Tuesday @ 7:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
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The Treatment Process

Intervention

Those who need substance abuse rehab the most are often the last ones to take advantage of it. Alcohol and drug interventions gather family and friends to impress upon the user the need to get well.

  • Angela Powell-Smith
    330 Dahlonega St
    Cumming, GA 30040
    (678) 752-4366
  • Melissa Herring
    8910 Main St
    Woodstock, GA 30188
    (678) 929-6393
  • Ric Tindall
    Ste 100
    Woodstock, GA 30189
    (706) 705-5106
  • Jennifer Hosea
    Ste 020
    Dawsonville, GA 30534
    (678) 498-1061
  • Sonya Kennedy Lpc
    6755 Majors Rd
    Cumming, GA 30040
    (678) 379-5856
  • Heather Bremus
    3500 Duluth Park Ln Ste 410
    Duluth, GA 30096
    (404) 586-4628
  • Anja Schoeke
    3534 Old Milton Pkwy
    Alpharetta, GA 30005
    (404) 418-6286
  • Debra LeGere
    242 Creekstone Rdg
    Woodstock, GA 30188
    (404) 900-7737
  • Robert W Montgomery
    Ste 220
    Woodstock, GA 30188
    (678) 619-5487

Detox Services

Prior to recovery commencing, the system must be cleared of the abused substance. This is commonly referred to as detoxing. Alcohol and many narcotics will leave the abuser with unpleasant side effects or withdrawal symptoms once the body has become accustomed to it. Medication-assisted detoxification can diminish the side effects for anyone seeking to get better.

  • Medlock Bridge Counseling Center
    9800 Medlock Bridge Road # 2
    Duluth, GA 30097-5989
    (770) 495-6339
  • Hall County Treatment Services
    720 Main Street SW
    Gainesville, GA 30501-4400
    (770) 718-5710
  • Atlanta Colonic & Massage
    6710 Jamestown Drive
    Alpharetta, GA 30005
    (770) 558-6900
Buprenorphine Clinics in Helen, GA
  • Sylvia B. Laremont M.D.
    1630 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard Suite A
    Suwanee, GA 30024
    (770) 831-9956
  • Marcus C. Griffith M.D.
    Kaiser Permanente-Behavioral Health 3650 Steve Reynolds Boulevard
    Duluth, GA 30096
    (770) 931-6200
  • Rahim Gul M.D.
    715 Queen City Parkway
    Gainesville, GA 30501
    (770) 531-5115
  • Anmei Cai M.D.
    3617 Braselton Highway, Suite 104
    Dacula, GA 30019
    (770) 307-8053
  • Priya Vamsi Bayyapureddy M.D.
    3850 Windermere Parkway Suite 105
    Cumming, GA 30041
    (678) 455-2800
  • Marc C. Coan M.D.
    Toccoa Clinic 800 East Doyle Street
    Toccoa, GA 30577
    (706) 886-6819
  • Lanier Treatment Center
    592 Medical Park Drive
    Gainesville, GA 30501
  • Northside Psychological Services Inc
    5755 North Point Parkway
    Alpharetta, GA 30022
  • Crossroads Treatment Center of Seneca
    209 Oconee Square Drive
    Seneca, SC 29678

Residential Rehabilitation Centers

An inpatient drug abuse rehab center provides safe, effective care in a calming setting. When abusers opt for in-home, outpatient treatment, it's often because they think it will be easier, allowing them to get clean in their own residence. Part of what makes Helen residential rehabs so appealing, though, is the ability to separate from things that contributed to the addiction.

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Addiction Therapy after Inpatient Substance Abuse Rehab

When inpatient treatment for drug abuse ends, you may still want additional help. It's critical to have a solid support group if you are to triumph over addiction. A continuing course of addiction therapy allows you to go at your own pace. You'll get the benefits of group counseling and meetings for as long as you want to have them.

  • Susan Cadley
    5400 Laurel Springs Pkwy
    Suwanee, GA 30024
    (404) 369-2131
  • Randall Overdorff
    500 Jesse Jewell Pkwy Ste 207
    Gainesville, GA 30501
    (770) 450-5046
  • Christine Mercier
    10 Craft Cir
    Dillsboro, NC 28725
    (828) 743-8430
  • Michele Davenport Eberhart
    1011 Tiger Blvd Ste 610
    Clemson, SC 29631
    (864) 214-2709 x1
  • Dan Richart
    4600 Nelson Brodgon Blvd Suite 280 Chapel End Of Shumc Property Sugar Hl
    Buford, GA 30518
    (678) 648-4561
  • Kim Hernandez Valdes
    3883 Rogers Bridge Rd Ste 204
    Duluth, GA 30097
    (404) 975-1145
  • Robin W Dunn
    505 Cove Rd Ste 3
    Jasper, GA 30143
    (770) 954-8366
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What About Luxury Drug Abuse Treatment Centers?

If you're looking for top treatment in fantastic settings and featuring excellent amenities, luxury Helen drug abuse programs are what you should consider. With fine hotel-like amenities that boast four-star chef-prepared meals, fine bed linens, massage and acupuncture, luxury treatment can help even the choosiest VIPs and government officials to get the help they need. If you need assistance finding the best rehabs, call our no-charge help line at 1-800-943-0566.

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