We’re committed to providing you with exceptional care in a compassionate atmosphere. We are believers in least restrictive care – people should be treated in those settings that least interfere with their civil rights and freedom to participate in society.
We employ highly trained medical and mental health professionals to effectively treat our clients who are suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. Opiates, benzodiazepines, stimulants, alcohol and other drugs can cause uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous withdrawal symptoms. Many come to us addicted to multiple substances that require specialized protocols. We are able to alleviate and manage almost all cases in an outpatient setting that is safe, effective and preferred by our clients.
Your Common Questions Answered
While each person’s needs are different, acute detoxification usually lasts for three to seven days. Supplementary programming usually continues until the 15- or 21-day mark.
Your length of treatment will be determined based on:
- Which substances you use
- How long you have used them
- Your medical history
- Any co-occurring medical or mental health conditions
- Whether you use multiple substances
- The dosage you usually take
We believe that outpatient detox should be accessible to everyone who needs it. To this end, we have partnered with many of the nation’s leading insurance providers. We have also created an affordable cash pay option for clients without insurance. To determine your financial obligation, contact our admissions staff. We will speak directly with your insurer to verify your coverage.
Yes, Acworth Outpatient Detox accepts most major forms of insurance. We are in-network with Ambetter Aetna, BlueCross BlueShield, and Optum VA. We also accept Optum, UnitedHealthcare, EmblemHealth, Cigna, and Beacon Health Options.
If your insurer isn’t on this list, don’t worry—just give us a call to verify.
We are always happy to make special accommodations if you are not adequately insured. Call us to learn more about our affordable cash payment options.
Please inform Acworth’s medical staff of any medications you take regularly, including vitamins and supplements. This information will need to be factored into your treatment plan.
We understand that getting help can be challenging, especially if you’re worried about stigma or judgment from others. That’s why Acworth Outpatient Detox has made discretion a top priority in our practice. We operate in compliance with HIPAA guidelines and will only discuss your treatment plan if you sign a waiver listing approved parties.
You are welcome to use your phone or laptop while in the lounge. If you need to take a phone call, please step outside. We ask that you silence and stow your device when speaking with our providers and receiving treatment.
We have developed relationships with several reputable sober living providers in the greater Atlanta area. If you would like a referral, please ask a staff member for more information.
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM