If you’ve been struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, possibly with a co-occurring psychiatric disorder, you know the negative impact it can have on your life. There are treatment options that don’t require inpatient status and allow you to still participate in daily activities like work and childcare. Talbott Recovery offers non-residential, outpatient addiction treatment programs to provide professional, compassionate, private outpatient addiction treatment that can give you hope and provide you with the tools to find a better way to live. These programs allow you to live in your own residence and to visit one of Talbott’s Georgia locations for daily treatment, much like visiting a doctor’s or counselor’s office regularly.
How to Know When It’s Time to Seek Help
Addiction can happen so gradually that it can be difficult to determine when you need to reach out for help. Do any of the following apply to you?:
- Have friends, family members, a significant other or co-worker called attention to your substance abuse issues?
- Maybe you’ve run afoul of the Law one too many times to continue to write it off as simply bad luck?
- Is your health beginning to suffer?
- Are you beginning to see a negative financial result from your substance use?
It’s likely that you already know you’re in over your head and you need help getting your life back on track. Our trained, clinical counselors and medical professionals are here to help you overcome your addictions and reclaim your life. Each of our outpatient programs provides state-of-the-art treatment, using the medical model, to those who are 18 years of age or older and addresses both the substance abuse disorder as well as any co-occurring psychiatric disorders.
Our IOP treatment requires just three hours per day, five days per week. We also offer outpatient treatment for young adults and professionals.
Our nearly four decades of experience in treating substance abuse addiction problems means Talbott Recovery has the practical wisdom, clinical knowledge and compassionate heart to help you see better days ahead.