Georgia Overdose Prevention

About Opioid Addiction

Suspected Opioid Use? 

If you suspect someone you love may be using or abusing opioids, please consider checking out this link from the Georgia Overdose Prevention.They will provide free Narcan kits that you can keep/have on hand. These Narcan dispensers are easy to use nasal sprays, and have saved so many lives. Remember, it sometimes requires more than one dose of Narcan in an overdose situation.

If someone you know has overdosed in the past or you suspect a current addiction issue, please equip yourself with Narcan kits. Detoxing from opiates can be extremely uncomfortable and even dangerous. Many lives have been endangered or lost due to people attempting to detox on their own, finding the physical cost too high, and using “just one more time” to gain relief from the detox. Please feel free to call us if you would like information on detox facilities, residential treatment, and outpatient treatment options to help you or your loved one recover from this dangerous addiction. 

Opioid Info

Opiates are narcotics derived from the opium poppy plant. Some of the most well-known opiates include opium, heroin, fentanyl, morphine, codeine, oxycodone and hydrocodone. Opiates in lower doses are also included in some medicines, used in hospitals by healthcare professionals for the management of pain after surgeries and injuries. 


Centered Recovery treats clients for addiction to alcohol, opiates, benzos, and other substances. Our outpatient, mindfulness based addiction treatment program has reported success rates as high as 85% for all clients who complete their program. Our program is completely unique, incredibly flexible to meet a variety of schedules, and has a proven track record of not only sobriety, but an overall improvement of life. If you’re ready to stop your addiction and start living, call 800-556-2966 today.