Georgia Drug Rehabs

Georgia Drug Rehab Information

If you are seeking information on alcohol and drug rehabs in Georgia, you’ve come to the right place. Not only can you find listings of some centers, but you have complimentary access to help from a counselor simply by filling out the request form or by calling our toll-free number. We can help you find a rehab center that fits what you’re looking for.

More than seven percent of Georgia residents reported using illicit drugs in the past month.  Cocaine is the most commonly cited drug among primary drug rehab admissions in Georgia.

Meth lab seizures in Georgia have risen 91% from 2007 to 2009, indicating a shift in the type of methamphetamine being made, such as small, portable labs.

Prescription drug abuse and addiction has dramatically risen in Georgia along with the rest of the nation.  Georgia is now one of the many states to have implemented a prescription drug monitoring program to track the prescribing and dispensing of Schedule II-V controlled substances, and it is run under the Georgia Drugs and Narcotics Agency.

Call our helpline today  at 1-877-920-2533 to speak with someone who can assist you in locating a drug rehabilitation facility for yourself or a loved one in Georgia.

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Georgia is a beautiful state.  Known for peaches and peanuts, it has mountains in the north and coastline in the south, and is bordered by five other states.  It is the hub of the Southeast and Atlanta, GA is the largest city in the region.

With all of the growth experienced in the state over the past couple decades there has also been a need for more drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.  Georgia not only services people within the state but there are also thousands of people who come from neighboring areas to seek treatment.

While the larger concentration of rehabs in Georgia are of course in the Atlanta area, there are both inpatient and outpatient rehabs spread throughout the state, for a total of more than two hundred and fifty programs.

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