WHAT WE TREAT

Addiction is addiction—no matter what the drug or substance in question. However, our aim at Southeast Addiction is to provide a personalized experience for every one of our patients which includes tailoring aspects of our treatment programs to your unique circumstances.

What we Treat

Detox Treatment

If you or a loved one struggles with substance use disorder or alcoholism, it can seem impossible to stop. Suddenly decreasing a dose of one of these substances or stopping cold turkey can create adverse symptoms of withdrawal. This can lead to cravings for the substance and create a vicious cycle of continued use. Your physical, emotional, or mental health may also be negatively affected by the physiological effects of withdrawal from these substances.

However, with proper medical care, detox services can reduce the symptoms of withdrawal. These services can help you achieve sobriety by providing a safe and incremental plan to detox without adverse effects. They also provide education on substance abuse treatment options that are available to you or your loved one.

For those seeking detox services in the Atlanta area, Southeast Addiction Georgia can help you or your loved one get detoxified and treatment. Contact us to speak with a member of our team that can answer any questions you may have and walk you through the process.

Addiction is addiction—no matter what the drug or substance in question. However, our aim at Southeast Addiction is to provide a personalized experience for every one of our patients which includes tailoring aspects of our treatment programs to your unique circumstances.

Above is a list of common addictions people suffer from that we’ve helped treat. If something you are struggling with is not on this list, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at the number below to speak to a staff member.

No matter the substance, we are confident that our years of experience in addiction treatment can lend you the assistance you require.

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If you or a loved one need help, we are available to guide you through every step of your recovery. Call us today and speak with a recovery counselor to get started.