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WestCare - Boggs Intensive Residential Program

4729 Quaker Road, Keysville, Georgia, 30816
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WestCare Georgia's Boggs facility provides residential drug education and treatment services for adolescent males (ages 13-17) who have a history of substance abuse or dependence. Operating from the belief that addiction is rooted in illness, drug and alcohol abuse is treated with a broad-based approach that addresses the physical, behavioral and emotional aspects of the condition, and embraces the concept that behavioral changes can occur through positive peer support and peer pressure. Treatment includes individual and group therapy, and extensive education in life skills, coping mechanisms and relapse prevention.

Facility Highlights

  • Group Counseling
  • Individual Counseling
  • Case Management

Specialization

  • Family Program

    Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.
  • 12-Step Meetings

    We introduce 12-step meetings in an effort to improve personal awareness of the required changes and challenge of recovery from addiction.

Facility Settings

  • Average Location/Amenities

Meet the Staff

  • Jeffery Caudill
    Jeffery CaudillSenior Vice President
    Jeff Caudill is a retired Commander with the Kentucky State Police. In addition to routine police services, Jeff was in charge of the oversight for homicide, sex abuse (to include child sexual abuse investigations), narcotics investigations, and public corruption. Jeff holds a Juris Doctor degree from the Appalachian School of Law, and he is a licensed attorney in the state of Kentucky. Over the last several years, he had the opportunity to see firsthand the benefits that WestCare brought to his home state. Prior to WestCare's entrance in Kentucky, the community was tired of witnessing individuals and even children dying on a regular basis from drug overdoses. WestCare and its dedicated staff made a profound difference to the state, and they have helped so many people gain a second chance at life. Jeff is proud to be a part of such an organization, and he looks forward to working every day to continue to help those in need.
  • Dick Steinberg
    Dick SteinbergPresident and CEO
    Richard (Dick) E. Steinberg has been President/CEO of WestCare Foundation since 1978 when he joined Fitzsimmons House and a year later became the Director. Fitz House continued its growth and soon became WestCare Foundation with Mr. Steinberg as President/CEO. Currently, Mr. Steinberg is responsible for developing a management team to operate all aspects of the respective agencies including board development, program design and implementation, fiscal, facility management and legal matters, treatment protocols, resource development, and community relationships. He is responsible for providing leadership throughout the WestCare Foundation network to develop new programs and services for vulnerable populations and their families and has a personal stake in this mission.

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ABOUT WESTCARE BOGGS RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM

WestCare Boggs Residential Treatment in the small Georgia town of Keysville, provides residential treatment for adolescent boys aged 13 to 17 with a history of substance abuse or dependence. The center is owned and operated by WestCare Foundations, a network of residential and outpatient rehabilitation centers.

WestCare operates programs in 18 states and three U.S. territories. In Georgia, WestCare also operates an outpatient counseling program for minority women and an HIV testing program.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Residential treatment lasts on average for six to nine months. Adolescent males in the program will participate in 12-step meetings and individual and group counseling sessions.

Treatment is gender-responsive. Clients will work through behavioral changes with positive peer support and pressure.

Clients will have access to on-campus schooling and vocational training as well as recreational therapy options and medical and psychiatric services.

A family education component will help clients prepare for changes and adjustments required as they transition back into their community and home life.

Residents will have a discharge plan created prior to leaving the program.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

There is currently no information provided on Boggs Residential Treatment’s website or otherwise regarding its staff.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

There is currently no information provided on Boggs Residential Treatment’s website or otherwise regarding its living arrangements and related offerings.

REVIEWS

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WHAT STAFF SAY

On Indeed, 65 reviewers gave Westcare as a whole, including several locations other than Boggs Residential Treatment, an overall four out of five stars. [1] Two individuals

FINANCING

No information is available regarding Boggs Residential Treatment’s cost of treatment. Westcare's website states that the program is funded through Georgia's Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Office of Addictive Services.

[1]https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Westcare/reviews

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