We are pleased to be
certified by the Georgia Association of Recovery Residences.
Meeting their criteria
means we maintain
the highest standards
of structured recovery residences.
Our Phase One program lasts 90 days. This abstinence-based program is followed by Phase Two, a Sober Living community, for another
90 days to one year or more, depending on a person's needs.
Included in Phase One: limited day transportation, food costs, alcohol/drug screenings, five house meetings, and one Spiritual Life group each week.
All 12-Step group
participation within the community is required.
We provide individual care planning, and conferences with family. For those with legal issues, we coordinate with courts, probation, and attorneys.
Addiction is often made complicated by mood disorders. To address this,
we have made strategic partnerships within our local community to offer low-cost and no-cost mental health services. As a result, stabilizing medications and recovery-related services are available to meet men's mental and emotional needs.
We offer individual plans for one-to-one sessions with certified staff.
This is an added service and fee for residents in Phase Two.
Admission Fee = $500
Phase One: Three Months =
$1200 per month.
Phase Two: Three Months
to One Year or More =
$575 per month
Staff produces written alternatives for men with legal difficulties. This specialized service has an added fee.
Please call or email Ewell Hardman, CEO, for more information at: 678-283-1462 or email@example.com
Family understanding and engagement is important for our clients' success. Arise Recovery organizes educational events to help family members address their own recovery, due to the impact addiction has
upon their lives. We will notify family members
about pending events.
Connection is vitally important for those in
recovery. We participate in MAP Care Solutions,
a peer recovery support system provided by
the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse. It is
a personalized, flexible service connecting our
residents, and their families, with MAP Peer
Specialists. Our staff educates those in our
program about MAP Care, so they may take
advantage of this optional means of support.