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Drug Rehab Centers in Athens, Georgia


Athens, Georgia has a total of 9 drug rehab listing(s) containing information on alcohol rehab centers, addiction treatment centers, drug treatment programs, and rehabilitation clinics within the city. Contact us if you have a facility in Athens, Georgia and would like to share it in our directory. Additional information about specific Athens listings is available by phoning our toll free rehab helpline at 866-720-3784.

If you or someone you care about has a problem with drugs or alcohol, it may be time to stage an intervention and get help. Naturally, it is important that you understand the options and choices that are out there for you in Athens, GA. That said, the starting point has to be that help exists and that there is no reason why you should have to spend another day without getting the treatment that you require.

Statistics on Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Athens, GA

Just as in any other city in the country, Athens and Clarke County where it is located, have some significant problems with substance abuse. Of particular concern in the county is that there is a significant problem within the homeless community. Reports showed that, in 2014, 32% of homeless people were chronically abusing substances. Furthermore, 44% are known to have a severe mental illness as well.

If you require substance abuse treatment in Athens, GA, you could consider:

  • Flanigan's Counseling and Evaluation Services
  • The Athens Area Commencement Center
  • The Addiction Care Treatment Program

Finding Help for Substance Abuse in Athens, GA

Finding detox and rehab treatment in Athens must start with deciding what type of amenities you need and prefer. Every addiction is unique and this means that there is no single model that will work for everybody. Perhaps you feel that you need personalized meals cooked by a five star chef, or perhaps you feel you would benefit from specific types of therapy. Think about all those things so that you can also find the best treatment center for you.

Recovering from an addiction starts with a period of detox. This means that you are medically supported through a period during which your body rids itself of the last remaining toxins and chemicals in your body. Once this is completed, therapy will commence, which can be done on either an inpatient or outpatient basis. The more severe your addiction, the more likely it will be that you will need inpatient treatment. This usually lasts 30 days, but if you require longer treatment, it is available as well. Do make sure as well that the treatment includes a strong aftercare program. This is the help you will receive once you return to the community and it is supposed to ensure that you continue to make progress and remain sober.

It is likely that you will have some concerns about the cost of seeking help. However, your insurance carrier should cover at least some of the treatment. Furthermore, grants and payment options are also usually in place. Remember that not getting help will always cost more - it could even cost your your life!

If you are ready to seek help, do not hesitate further. With every day that passes, you will be more in the grips of the addiction. It is never too late to get the treatment that you need, but the sooner you commit to your recovery, the better. A better way of life, one in which you are happy and healthy, is possible.

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Drug Facts


  • Use of amphetamines is increasing among college students. One study across a hundred colleges showed nearly 7% of college students use amphetamines illegally. Over 25% of students reported use in the past year.
  • Opioid painkillers produce a short-lived euphoria, but they are also addictive.
  • Nearly 50% of all emergency room admissions from poisonings are attributed to drug abuse or misuse.
  • Cocaine is sometimes taken with other drugs, including tranquilizers, amphetamines,2 marijuana and heroin.
  • War veterans often turn to drugs and alcohol to forget what they went through during combat.
  • Over 6 million people have ever admitted to using PCP in their lifetimes.
  • More than fourty percent of people who begin drinking before age 15 eventually become alcoholics.
  • 6.5% of high school seniors smoke pot daily, up from 5.1% five years ago. Meanwhile, less than 20% of 12th graders think occasional use is harmful, while less than 40% see regular use as harmful (lowest numbers since 1983).
  • Depressants are widely used to relieve stress, induce sleep and relieve anxiety.
  • Two-thirds of the ER visits related to Ambien were by females.
  • 18 percent of drivers killed in a crash tested positive for at least one drug.
  • The most commonly abused brand-name painkillers include Vicodin, Oxycodone, OxyContin and Percocet.
  • In 1904, Barbiturates were introduced for further medicinal purposes
  • By survey, almost 50% of teens believe that prescription drugs are much safer than illegal street drugs60% to 70% say that home medicine cabinets are their source of drugs.
  • Nearly 2/3 of those found in addiction recovery centers report sexual or physical abuse as children.
  • Approximately 28% of teens know at least one person who has used Ecstasy, with 17% knowing more than one person who has tried it.
  • When a person uses cocaine there are five new neural pathways created in the brain directly associated with addiction.
  • Alprazolam is an addictive sedative used to treat panic and anxiety disorders.
  • In Russia, Krokodil is estimated to kill 30,000 people each year.
  • Ecstasy speeds up heart rate and blood pressure and disrupts the brain's ability to regulate body temperature, which can result in overheating to the point of hyperthermia.

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