Substance Abuse Services

Adolescent Substance Abuse Services

 

  1. Program
    Addiction and Substance Use Outpatient Services
    Highland Rivers Health
    6 Mathis Drive, Rome, GA 30165
    (800) 729-5700
    http://highlandrivershealth.com/

Services Provided

        • Crisis intervention
        • Screening and assessment
        • Addiction and substance use education
        • Individual, group and family counseling
        • In-home and in-school support
        • Medication education, maintenance and monitoring
        • Referral to other services as needed
        • Community transition planning

Eligibility

Children and adolescents ages four to 17 with a substance-related disorder (use, abuse, dependence, addiction, withdrawal) that is affecting their ability to function independently in the community, at home, school, in the workplace, etc.

2. Program
Adolescent Recovery Support Clubhouse
Highland Rivers Health
6 Mathis Drive, Rome, GA
(706) 233-9023, ext. 2013
http://highlandrivershealth.com/

Services Provided

  • Alcohol, drug and recovery education
  • Weekly aftercare/relapse prevention
  • Adult transition life skills
  • Employment and education skills
  • Peer mentoring
  • Transportation to the Clubhouse and offsite activities
  • Seven Challenges program
  • Family advocacy and support, including:
    • Parent peer support groups
    • Monthly Clubhouse Parent Cafe (transportation provided)
    • Parent education and support
    • Monthly Family Day

Eligibility

The Clubhouse serves youth ages 13 to 18 from Floyd, Gordon and Polk counties. Youth participating in Clubhouse activities must have a substance abuse issue at a mild, moderate or severe level.

Adult Substance Abuse Services

1. Program
Alcohol and Chemical Dependency
Willowbrooke at Floyd (formerly Floyd Behavioral Health)
306 Shorter Ave.
Rome, Georgia 30165
706.509.3500 or 800.365.3548
http://www.floyd.org/services/Pages/alcoholchemicaldependency.aspx

Services Provided

  • 12-step programs for patients and their families
  • Aftercare support for patients after discharge
  • Family Education Groups for family members of patients
  • Group therapy
  • Individual counseling and therapy
  • Medication therapy
  • Psychiatric assessment 

Eligibility

    Adults ages 18 and older who have an alcohol or drug problem.

2. Program
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP)
Highland Rivers Health
6 Mathis Drive, Rome, GA
(800) 729-5700
http://highlandrivershealth.com/

Services Provided

SAIOP is a three-phase program that ranges from 13 to 26 weeks and includes intensive behavioral therapy/group counseling and 12-step treatment services. Each phase takes between one and two months and requires:
• Participation in group therapy two to four times a week
• Participation in 12-step meetings one to three times a week, with verification of attendance
• Random weekly urine drug screening

Eligibility

Adults 18 and older whose health and level of functioning is significantly affected by substance abuse, addiction or a similar substance-related disorder.

3. Program
Highland Recovery Center Men’s Residential Treatment
Highland Rivers Health
323 Roland Rd., Jasper, Georgia
(706) 253-1169
http://highlandrivershealth.com/

Services Provided

This is a six-month residential treatment and recovery program that includes:
Comprehensive health assessment
• Case management and resource coordination
• Physician and nursing services
• Individual, group and family counseling, including 12-step programs
• Substance use testing, treatment and education
• Co-occurring mental health treatment
• Anger and emotional management
• Relapse prevention and aftercare
• Employment and career services (job readiness, training, matching and other support)
• Linkage to GED preparation and other community resources

Eligibility

Men age 18 and older with a primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder, and men with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health issues, who need a safe and stable living environment in order to develop sufficient recovery skills.

The Highland Recovery Center is located in Jasper, Georgia (Pickens County) but is open to men in any county served by Highland Rivers Health, including Floyd County.

4. Program
Addiction and Substance Use Outpatient Recovery Services
Highland Rivers Health
6 Mathis Drive, Rome, GA
(800) 729-5700
http://highlandrivershealth.com/

Services Provided

  • Crisis interventio
  • Screening and assessment
  • Addiction and substance use education
  • Individual, group and family counseling
  • Peer support groups
  • Medication education, monitoring and administration
  • Referral to other services as needed
  • Community transition planning

Eligibility

Outpatient addictive disease and substance abuse services are for adults 18 and over with a substance-related disorder (use, abuse, dependence, addiction, withdrawal) that is affecting their ability to function independently in the community, at home, school, in the workplace, etc.

5. Program
Residential Recovery Services
Highland Rivers Health
6 Mathis Drive, Rome, GA
(706) 233-9023, ext. 2039
http://highlandrivershealth.com/

Services Provided

Residential recovery and support services offer permanent supportive housing options for homeless individuals with mental illness, addiction and/or HIV/AIDS who want to live independently in their communities.

Eligibility

The target population for residential recovery and support services is homeless adults age 18 and over that have:

1.   A primary mental illness, addiction and/or an HIV/AIDS diagnosis that contributes to their homelessness.
2.  Three or more hospital admissions, or one hospital stay longer than 30 days, in the last year
3.  Two or more incarcerations (jail time), or an incarceration longer than 60 days, in the last year.

6. Program
Women’s Outreach Residential Treatment Program
Highland Rivers Health
6 Mathis Drive, Rome, GA
(706) 291-7201
http://highlandrivershealth.com/

Services Provided

The Women’s Outreach residential program serves women who need a safe and stable living environment in order to develop sufficient recovery skills. The average length of stay in the residential program is six to nine months. Children 13 or younger are allowed to stay with their mothers while they are in the residential treatment program, and therapeutic child care is available. Intensive outpatient treatment consists of an ongoing series of group sessions once a woman has successfully completed residential treatment.

Eligibility

The Women’s Outreach program is for women with substance use or dependency who are pregnant, postpartum or parenting children age 13 and younger.

7. Program
Residential Treatment Unit
Highland Rivers Health
180 Water Oak Drive, Cedartown, Georgia
(770) 748-0030
http://highlandrivershealth.com/

Services Provided

  • Substance detoxification
  • 24-hour nursing care
  • Discharge/aftercare planning and referral
  • AA and other 12-step programs

Eligibility

Serves adults 18 and over who are in acute crisis due to:

  • Substance use, abuse or addiction
  • Co-occurring mental health and substance related disorders
  • Available to residents of all 12 counties Highland Rivers serves.

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