Find Help with Recovery Treatment Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is an insidious disease. It destroys the lives of people who are afflicted by a dependency on drugs and/or alcohol, and causes untold suffering on anyone who has a family member who is addicted. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a treatment method designed to help clients address addiction, and helps them to identify and steer clear of triggers that could lead them to relapse. Recovery Treatment Substance Abuse provides the people of Savannah Georgia with a healthy, and compassionate atmosphere for people who are ready to start recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, with personalized care and custom rehabilitation plans that meet the physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional needs of each and every client.


Unfortunately, because of the ways in which addiction is stigmatized, many people often conceal their problems with substance dependency from their family members, and sometimes entire families conceal a member’s addiction from the outside world. This is often a common response to substance abuse, but it creates a dysfunctional dynamic between loved ones, friends, and the addicted individual. In these situations, an intervention can be the best solution to have and individual agree to rehabilitation. Recovery Treatment Substance Abuse strongly recommends using a therapist or an interventionist (an intervention professional) to mediate the intervention itself.

Interventions can be indispensable for everyone concerned, and the benefits include:

  • Creating a safe environment
  • Helping people to air their fears and anger
  • Getting an addicted individual to agree to treatment


Like an intervention, detox that is a common precursor to treatment, but should not be mistaken for addiction rehabilitation recovery.  It is essential to understand that detox will not “cure” of an addiction. Detox, or detoxification, is a beneficial initial step toward recovery that will allow individuals to properly and swiftly withdraw from the substance(s) they are addicted to, sometimes with assistance from medication. There are two commonly utilized kinds of detoxification:


(Also known as medically supervised withdrawal) happens in a hospital or inpatient facility where the addict’s withdrawal is monitored by a nurse or doctor.


Social detoxification occurs in a residential or outpatient facility, and involves instructing the addict, and preparing them for treatment.

Depending on the needs of their client, Recovery Treatment Substance Abuse can offer either type of detox.


Recovery Treatment Substance Abuse provides rehab for people in all stages of addiction, whether they have only started displaying signs of dependency, or are persistent abusers drugs or alcohol. Their rehab programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for:

  • Alcohol
  • Opiates (heroin, codeine)
  • Prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone)
  • Designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants)
  • Crystal meth
  • Cocaine
  • Hallucinogens
  • Marijuana

Recovery Treatment Substance Abuse provides the most powerful, effective treatment by evaluating the roots of the addiction, any contributing psychological factors (such as co-occurring disorders), and the most productive path towards recovery for each and every individual client.

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Clients of Alcohol Addiction Recovery’s residential rehab programs can anticipate care that includes the most effective parts of inpatient and outpatient treatment, like:

Treatment plans are custom-designed in response to each client’s needs, so no two are precisely the same. However, clients will usually participate in the following (all from the comfort of an attractive home-like residence):

  • Group or one-on-one therapy
  • Behavioral modeling techniques
  • Daily support classes
  • Recreational activities
  • Daily trips to the gym

For additional information concerning drug addiction,

interventions, detox centers rehab, or treatment programs,

Please contact (912) 662-0956  to talk to the recovery professionals at Recovery Treatment Substance Abuse!

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