Alliance Recovery Center has been treating opioid use disorder in an outpatient setting in the Atlanta area since 1996. We employ a medical model in our therapeutic approach, which entails the use of medications such as methadone and buprenorphine in combination with individual and group therapy. This approach, also known as medication assisted treatment, is considered the gold standard in treating opioid use disorder.
Alliance Recovery Center is accredited by CARF, the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. We are members of the Opioid Treatment Providers of Georgia and The American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence and are affiliated with The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities and the Veterans Administration.
We believe that addiction is a disease and we treat our clients as patients who are suffering from an illness. We do not think of addiction as a choice but more as a disease of choice. At Alliance Recovery Center we do not only treat the symptoms of this disease, we treat the underlying problems causing the symptoms through individual and group therapy.
Treatment at Alliance Recovery Center is therapy oriented. Our program is not based on the medication we provide. Although we view medication as a valuable tool, we believe that it is best used to buy time to work through the issues that may have turned a person to substance abuse in the beginning.
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All clients at Alliance Recovery Center will work with a team of licensed, master’s level therapists during their recovery process. Please be aware that participation in counseling is a mandatory part of our program. Medication alone does not produce a sustainable recovery.
Our clients will also have access to care from medical doctors, nurses and pharmacists who will monitor their medications and overall health. Alliance Recovery Center seeks to treat the whole person. We believe that your addiction does not define who you are.
Recovery is real. And we know recovery is possible for anyone willing to work for it.