Treatment at Talbott Recovery is founded on the American Medical Association’s definition of addiction as a chronic and progressive primary illness. The residential rehab offers a comprehensive continuum of care for both substance abuse and co-occurring psychiatric conditions, as well as specialized groups for young adults and professionals. All treatment plans are holistic and highly individualized to meet the needs of each client.
Woody has worked in the addiction field for twenty-one years. He received his masters of divinity degree from Emory University and his Doctor of Ministry degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary with his focus on The Spiritual Dimension of the Recovery Process from Drug and Alcohol Addiction. Woody knows first-hand the experiences that addicted families face and the ways they behave to survive.More
On behalf of Talbott Recovery, in 2006 Mr. Underwood accepted the prestigious James West M.D. Quality Improvement Award for clinical excellence from the NAATP. The award reflects Mr. Underwood’s and the entire Talbott Recovery staff’s dedication and ongoing commitment to providing Talbott patients and their families the finest in addiction treatment services. In 2007 Mr. Underwood was awarded the Georgia Hospital Association’s (GHA) Chairman’s Award, the association’s highest honor, for his dedication and professional achievements over the last 40 years in Behavioral Healthcare. In 2011, he was awarded the Nelson J. Bradley, M.D. Lifetime Achievement Award during the NAATP Annual Conference in Arizona. In 2012, Ben was awarded the Georgia Hospital Association’s Gold Honor Award of Excellence, becoming only the seventh person to be awarded this prestigious honor in GHA’s history. He served on the Georgia Hospital Association Board of Trustees for 10 years, and he is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is Board Certified in Healthcare Management.More
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