Georgia Teen Drug and Alcohol Information
Inspirations for Youth and Families understands that many Georgia teens suffer from addiction. Our Teen Rehab Center has successfully treated Georgia residents as well as those throughout the nation for over a decade by providing them with the necessary tools to not only fight addiction, but win, and ultimately live a clean and sober life.
- The Inspirations for Youth program focuses on a therapeutic approach which empowers Georgia teens to learn the necessary skills to live a drug and Alcohol-free existence
- It is also a highly individualized program limited to a 32-person capacity alongwith a 4-to-1 staff/teen ratio
- Inspirations’ gender specific program combines academics, therapy and family involvement
- Inspirations’ teens live in a residential dorm-like structure connected to a separate Teen Boarding School
- The landmark school-within-a-school program allows teens – who often struggle with education – to continue their path to graduation
- Teens are required to demonstrate accountability by handling most of the supervised housekeeping responsibilities from cooking to laundry
- Inspirations’ Recreational Therapy program teaches teens to associate fun with sobriety.
- Teens embark on a wide array of day trips running the gamut from NFL football games, snorkeling, beach volleyball to deep sea fishing and movies
- Typically teens enter a rehab when they’re out of control, unaccountable for their behavior and scared. When teens complete the Inspirations’ program, they’re focused, hopeful and well on their way to a healthful existence
- Inspirations works with all the leading insurance companies nationwide that operate in Georgia. Finding an insurance solution is just a phone call away. Contact us now
- Some of the largest Georgia cities as well as outlying areas where Inspirations have transformed teen’s lives include Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Savannah, and Athens
Teen Drug Detox in Georgia
Normally, those suffering from a drug addiction cannot safely detox on their own. In fact, in some cases, attempting to do so can be deadly. During the drug detoxification process, the body is denied the toxins usually accumulated by the drug, resulting in uncomfortable and in some cases dangerous drug withdrawal symptoms. Sometimes a drug with a similar action is taken instead, to reduce the side effects and risks of withdrawal. Detoxification is often the first step in a drug addiction treatment program and should be followed by addiction treatment therapies. Behavioral-based therapy and/or a medication (if necessary) are available during Drug Detoxification in Georgia. Detox alone with no follow-up is not an addiction treatment.
There are a number of Georgia drug detox programs available. Studies have shown that in-patient drug detox programs are usually more successful than out-patient detox, due in large part to the fact that they are medically based programs located within a drug rehab facility or addiction treatment center.
Teen Drug Rehab Georgia
Short-term and long-term drug rehabilitation in Georgia, intensive out-patient drug rehab programs, out-patient and residential addiction treatment programs along with 12-step programs, individual, family and group therapy are all drug addiction treatment programs available for residents in Georgia.
Georgia Addiction Treatment for Boy Teens
Inspirations’ Teen Rehab provides gender specific-boys drug abuse treatment and boy’s behavior therapy, in a nurturing and therapeutic environment. Inspirations’ Teen Boys Addiction Treatment Program provides opportunities for teens to share their experiences in gender specific therapeutic groups, where each teen can process male issues, experiences, and perceptions relative to each teen’s life.
Georgia Addiction Treatment for Girl Teens
The number of teen girls using or abusing drugs and Alcohol is equal to teen boy’s drug use and drug abuse. Girls are also smoking Cigarettes as much as boys. Yet, the issues girls bring to teen therapy and teen drug abuse treatment are often different than as with teenage boys.
Teen Marijuana Addiction Treatment Georgia
Marijuana Addiction Treatment programs in Georgia focus on counseling and group support systems, as there is no medication for treating Marijuana addiction at this time. There are many types of teen Marijuana addiction treatment programs available for Georgia teens. Marijuana Addiction Treatment types are determined by the teen’s level of use and other mental health and medical issues. Some types of addiction treatment such as detoxification may last one week whereas others such as long-term, residential addiction treatment can last 30 days or longer.
Alcohol Addiction Treatment Georgia
Georgia Alcohol Addiction programs are specifically designed to help teens assess their dependency and to abstain from Alcohol use. Most importantly, the Alcohol rehab programs offered to Georgia teens are evidence-based teen Alcohol rehab programs. Georgia teen Alcohol addiction treatment programs use a cognitive behavioral therapy approach – how we think (cognitive) and how we act (behavior). This recognizes the powerful relationship between thoughts, feelings and behavior and the impact it has on addiction and therefore, recovery. Inspirations teen Alcohol addiction treatment is designed to help teens to explore feelings and behaviors which trigger the need for Alcohol.
Georgia Teen Inhalant Rehab
Huffing is an increasingly common abuse behavior. Huffing is often associated with teens and young adults. It is considered a drug abuse and an addiction, due to the severe side effects, potential for death, and addictive nature of the behavior. Huffing, Huffing abuse, and Huffing addiction, is also known as Inhalant abuse or Inhalant addiction. Huffing is the intentional inhalation or breathing in of chemical vapors to achieve an impairment or altered mental or physical condition.
Georgia Court Ordered Teen Addiction Treatment Program
In addition to medical reasons, many teens seek addiction treatment for legal reasons. For example, DUI and other substance related charges. Inspirations’ Teen Addiction Treatment Centers has experience in working with attorneys and courts. Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment is frequently an alternative to jail terms and other penalties.
Georgia Residential Addiction Treatment Program for Teens
The “Real Life Program” is a combination of our clinical, residential and activities program. Daily life challenges encountered during activities and residential life are processed in our therapeutic setting, allowing each individual the opportunity to apply skills and experience growth in the journey of recovery.
Teen Addiction Treatment Center – Dual Diagnosis Program for Teens
The rate of dual diagnosis between drug use disorders and other mental illnesses or disorders calls for a comprehensive approach that identifies and evaluates both.
Georgia Teen Eating Disorders Treatment Program
Adolescents, represent a population of individuals, who struggle with eating disorders, including Anorexia and Bulimia. During the teen years, the developmental changes, both hormonal and physical are often quick, drastic, and unexpected. Weight gain is a common physical change. Some teens may already be struggling with weight issues, prior to entering high school. Weight gain or loss is a common topic of discussion and focus for teenagers. Obsession over weight issues often results in eating disorders and compulsive addictive behaviors.
Georgia Cutting, Self-Harm Addiction Treatment for Teens
Because self-harm is often associated with other psychological problems, it tends to be treated under the umbrella of a co-occurring disorder like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), substance abuse, or borderline personality disorder. There is evidence, however, suggesting more improvement when the self-harming behavior is the primary focus of treatment.
Georgia Relapse Prevention Therapy for Teens/Georgia Addiction Treatment After-Care Programs
The entire addiction treatment team is responsible and committed to designing a plan that will assist in preventing relapse for each teen. It is the teen’s best interest to follow it.