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When people contact Peachtree Recovery Solutions, many have addiction FAQs. Here are some of the addiction FAQs we hear most often. If we do not answer your question, feel free to contact us today at (678) 325-7250.

How Is Peachtree Recovery Solutions Different from Other Treatment Programs?

We believe that addiction treatment is more than just detox and therapy. Our programs are designed to help you heal your mind, body, and soul. We offer a variety of services that other treatment centers do not, such as adventure therapy and trauma-informed treatment.

Do Your Staff Members Have Personal Experience Overcoming Addiction?

Our team is comprised of a myriad of experts from many different backgrounds. We are proud to have employees who are in recovery as well as people who have felt addiction’s impact on the lives of their loved ones. As such, our professionals are passionate about helping people overcome the substance that has taken over their lives for so long.

What Is the Difference Between a PHP and an IOP?

A PHP, or partial hospitalization program, is a more intensive level of care than an IOP or intensive outpatient program. A PHP requires that the client participates in programming for most of the day, most days a week. An IOP allows them to live at home while attending therapy and other programming several times a week but gives them the opportunity to spend more time putting the strategies that they’ve learned into practice.

What if My Loved One Is Not Ready for Treatment for Drug Addiction but Needs It?

Sometimes, people who need addiction treatment are not ready to seek it out on their own. If this is the case for your loved one, we offer a variety of interventions that may help. We understand that this is a difficult and emotional time for you, and we will do everything that we can to encourage your loved one to get treatment.

How Do I Know Which Program Is Best for My Situation?

The best way to determine which program is best for you or your loved one’s situation is to speak with one of our addiction specialists. They will be able to assess your situation and make recommendations based on their expert opinion. In most cases, this assessment involves an extensive evaluation, at which time the specialist will ask a variety of questions in order to get a clear picture of what’s going on. We will also determine whether the client has any underlying mental health concerns, such as:
  1. Depression
  2. Anxiety
  3. Bipolar disorder
  4. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  5. Eating disorders
It’s important to treat any underlying mental health concerns in addition to the addiction, as they often go hand-in-hand.

What Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and How Will It Help?

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a type of therapy that helps people to change their thinking and behaviors. This type of therapy is often used in addiction treatment as it can help people to identify and change the thoughts and behaviors that are keeping them stuck in addiction. CBT is just one of the many types of therapies that we offer at Peachtree Recovery Solutions.

Contact Peachtree Recovery Solutions If You Have Any Other Addiction FAQs Today

All addiction treatment FAQs are important. Therefore, it’s critical to ask any and all questions that you have before beginning treatment. This will help to ensure that you or your loved one is getting the care that you need. If you have any addiction FAQs that haven’t been answered here, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us today at (678) 325-7250 or complete our convenient online form today.

Don’t hesitate to contact us immediately. In the case of a medical emergency please contact 911 or visit your local emergency department.

We Work With Most Major Insurance

Did you know most major health insurance plans with out-of-network benefits can help cover most of the costs associated with our program? Click below to find out your coverage and treatment options for our mental health facilities in Atlanta.