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Atlanta Mental Health Treatment

Mental health disorders impact the lives of millions of people each year. Conditions such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and more can make it difficult for someone to feel capable of setting and meeting life goals. Mental illness impacts personal relationships, careers, schooling, and physical health. Peachtree Recovery Solutions offer an intensive Atlanta mental health treatment program that helps people from all walks of life.

We offer outpatient care that features multiple types of therapy designed to minimize and reduce symptoms of poor mental health. As well, we match patients with the right prescription medications to help them feel better.

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About our Mental Health Treatment in Atlanta

Treating mental illness can be complicated but, when someone uses a professional treatment program, it can be highly effective. Our Atlanta mental health treatment uses two basic approaches that provide the best, most lasting effects.

The first is offering a variety of therapy modalities as part of all of our outpatient programs. Someone living with poor mental health can experience tremendous progress by not limiting themselves to just one type of therapy. A combination of talk therapy and experiential therapy helps create balance and teaches people effective ways to cope.

In addition to therapy, prescription medications help millions of people feel better. Also, we provide an assessment to understand the person’s diagnosis and determine which types of medication are likely to give them the best results.

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What We Treat

Types of Mental Health Disorders We Treat

A wide spectrum of mental health disorders can co-occur with addiction to drugs and alcohol. Because of this, we provide help for several types of these disorders at our Atlanta mental health treatment program. The types of mental illnesses we treat include:

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders are a group of mental health conditions characterized by excessive worry, fear, and apprehension about future events or situations.


Depression is a mood disorder characterized by feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest or pleasure in activities.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition characterized by extreme mood swings, with periods of high energy and elation (mania or hypomania) alternating with periods of depression.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition characterized by intrusive, unwanted thoughts or obsessions, which lead to repetitive behaviors or compulsions.

Trauma & PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that can occur after a person experiences or witnesses a traumatic event.


Schizophrenia is a severe mental illness characterized by disordered thinking, perception, and behavior.

Schizo-Affective Disorder

Schizoaffective disorder is a mental health condition characterized by a combination of symptoms of schizophrenia, such as delusions and hallucinations, and mood disorders, such as depression or mania.

Complicated Grief

Complicated grief, also known as prolonged grief disorder, is a mental health condition characterized by intense, prolonged, and debilitating grief in response to a significant loss, such as the death of a loved one.


Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by difficulty with attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.


Psychosis is a mental health condition characterized by a loss of contact with reality with symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, disordered thinking, and abnormal behavior.

What to Look out For

Signs and Symptoms of a Mental Health Disorder

When someone struggles with poor mental health, signs may be obvious or they may be something that’s not immediately apparent. Which signs occur depends on the specific mental illness and the individual, but certain symptoms are most likely to occur. Ones to be on the lookout for include:

  1. Consistent anxiety
  2. Panic attacks
  3. Constant state of sadness and depression
  4. Hyperactivity
  5. Lethargy
  6. Changes in sleep patterns
  7. Changes in appetite and/or weight
  8. Decreased sex drive
  9. Hallucinating
  10. Paranoia
  11. Delusions
  12. Drinking or using drugs to self-medicate
  13. Isolating
  14. Trouble performing well at work or school
  15. Physical ailments without explanation (headache, digestive issues, etc.)

Finding Treatment

Barriers to Finding Mental Health Treatment

When someone puts off getting help for their mental illness, a few reasons are cited as being the most common. First is the stigma associated with having a mental health disorder. While society has come a long way in accepting that mental illness can happen to anyone, many people are still afraid to say they need help. They may feel embarrassed to tell their loved ones or members of their community about their struggles.

Financial barriers can also make it difficult to get help. People without insurance or consistent sources of income often feel they have no options. Many treatment programs accept insurance, which makes it important for the customer to consult with their provider to find out about their options.
Another barrier involves having easy access to treatment. Difficulty can arise from living in rural areas, having a lack of transportation, or needing to take time off from work or away from home to receive treatment. While virtual sessions used as part of telehealth plans can fill in some of the gaps, it remains important to have in-person treatment.

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At Peachtree Recovery Solutions, our team of addiction experts near Atlanta specialize in dual diagnosis treatment, and are committed to helping each client find their own path to recovery. Call us now at 866-863-1129.

What to Expect

How Our Mental Health Programs Work

Our Atlanta mental health treatment plans work on an outpatient basis. This means people travel to us for their therapy sessions but do not have to move into a facility. This allows each person to still have a healthy balance in their lives between getting the valuable care they need and still attending to personal and career responsibilities. The levels of outpatient care we offer include:

  1. Outpatient Program (OP): Requires three hours or more per week of treatment sessions. 
  2. Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): The median level of care requires two days a week or more of sessions. 
  3. Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): Sessions take place throughout the day for five days a week.
  4. AftercareA bridge between the completion of treatment with us and enjoying good mental health long into the future.
We also offer gender-specific programs for those who feel more comfortable with this option. They can attend our Women’s Program or Men’s Program.


Services We Offer

We provide therapeutic treatment that can assist in treating mental health disorders. As well, these same types of therapy provide help for people with co-occurring substance use disorders. The types of therapy we provide include:

  1. Individual therapy
  2. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  3. Family therapy
  4. Group therapy
  5. Holistic therapy
  6. Trauma therapy
  7. Red light therapy

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Struggling with poor mental health impacts every area of a person’s life. People can lose hope and assume they don’t have any options for changing how they feel and act.

Peachtree Recovery Solutions offers an Atlanta mental health treatment program that addresses every need of a person with a mental health disorder. Our outpatient programs feature multiple types of therapy and prescription medications that put people back in the driver’s seat and feeling better.

If you are ready to take the first step to enjoy better mental health, visit our admissions page now. Our friendly staff is happy to answer any questions you have.