Our Program

Recovery Phase One

The first 90 days of addiction recovery is a critical and challenging period. A vulnerable, newly recovering addict is tasked with rebuilding life from the ground up — including facing previously ignored responsibilities, emotions, and fears. It is during this time they are most susceptible to relapse and need the most support.

Note: Arise only accepts addicts after they have completed a detoxification program somewhere else.

Services

  • 90 days structured residential service
  • Weekly group meetings
  • Training in Corrective Thinking
  • Family education program
  • Individual care planning
  • Random urine screens
  • Food Cards
  • 6 weekly 12-step community meetings
  • Day employment or volunteer work
  • Limited local transportation
  • Communication with probation services

Coping Techniques

  • Create a structured schedule
  • Attend meetings and build a support network
  • Practice self-care
  • Set goals
  • Practice gratitude

Recovery Phase Two

As drugs and alcohol continue to leave the system, more functions gain clarity and many aspects of one’s physical and mental health begin to improve. There is improved liver function, changes in digestion and alcohol, better sleep, and increased energy and stamina.

Services

  • Weekly community meeting
  • Life skills group
  • Spirituality group
  • 12 Step meetings (4)
  • Aftercare planning
  • Individual counseling available (for an additional fee)
  • Day employment or volunteer required
  • Random alcohol and drug screens
  • Limited local transportation

Coping Techniques

  • Create a structured schedule
  • Attend meetings and build a support network
  • Practice self-care
  • Set goals
  • Practice gratitude

Sober Living

Recovery from a substance use disorder is an ongoing process. After completing an inpatient program, they often need to find a safe and sober place to live post treatment that allows them to transition from a residential treatment program to life back in the outside world. Arise Sober Living offers safe, supportive, and structured living conditions appropriate for people who have successfully discharged from their treatment facility.

Services

  • 12 step meetings (4)
  • Weekly community meeting (1)
  • Individual counseling available (for an additional fee)
  • Employment or volunteer work required
  • Random alcohol and drug screens
  • Limited local transportation

Expectations

  • Maintain sobriety
  • Self-maintenance
  • Limitations on certain types of possessions or medications
  • Attend 12 steps
  • Limitation of visitors
  • Employment

Other Services

ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING

Our residential recovery plans provide courts an alternative to county or state criminal justice actions.

MEDICATION ASSISTED REFERRAL

Residents needing Vivitrol can be referred to an outside resource. This medication reduces cravings and supports recovery.

PSYCHIATRIC AND MENTAL HEALTH REFERRAL

Our residents have access to counseling and medical services through local providers that promote stability. Medication management is provided by licensed professionals who support long-term dual recovery.

Address

101 Devant Street, Suite 304

Fayetteville, Georgia 30214

Contact

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Phone: (770) 719-1746

Fax: (770) 719-2368

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