Drug and Alcohol Rehab Program in Roswell, GA

Roswell, Georgia is often regarded as one of the best cities in the north Atlanta metro area to live in. With a balance of historic charm, city parks, new development, and great schools, the area certainly has a lot to offer. Unfortunately, Roswell, like other cities in Georgia, is very much under served in terms of addiction and mental health treatment programs, as there are very few choices for those seeking help here.

This is just one of the reasons why we chose Roswell for our first Centered location, because people in the city and surrounding areas like Sandy Springs, Milton, Canton, and Marietta are extremely limited in the local programs that are available to them. Although there are very well-respected recovery resources in the Atlanta area, Centered Recovery offers something completely different with its mindfulness-based non-12 step approach.

Searching for an Addiction Treatment Center in Roswell?

We offer full-time day treatment (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient (OP) treatment to people in Roswell who are looking for a local program to help them recover from alcohol or drug addiction, as well as mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, stress, and burnout. This allows us to be able to meet the needs of most people who are searching for help, while others may need to go to a detox center or inpatient rehabilitation program first. In those cases, we have established relationships with other facilities in the area who can provide quality care for residential treatment or detox. 

If you live in the Roswell area and are searching for quality addiction treatment, Centered may be the perfect fit for you! Centrally located within the city, we are near Hwy 92 and Mansell Road at 11111 Houze Road Suite 101. We are the #1 rated outpatient addiction facility in the state of Georgia, with hundreds of reviews from clients who note the “transformational” and “life changing” nature of the program. Our program is so impactful, residents from all over Georgia choose to commute, temporarily stay in the area so they can attend our program in person, or participate in our virtual program so they can get the benefits of our mindfulness-based addiction treatment program. 

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Centered Recovery Outpatient Treatment in Roswell: front of building

Roswell Drug Abuse Help

Roswell has a prescription drug affliction similar to many other suburban towns across America. Some people stumble innocently into addiction to opiates after an accident or surgery, who then find they can’t quit taking the pain relievers on their own. Others may be overprescribed medications such as Adderall or Xanax to help alleviate uncomfortable issues in their every day life and find that they are dependent on these to live. Still others may use recreationally or to combat traumatic issues in their past that they haven’t been able to move beyond, and find themselves in unhealthy addictions which may seem insurmountable. The availability of newer, more powerful prescription and street drugs exacerbates the addiction crisis, as many people become addicted after just one use of a substance. 

Contact Centered Recovery Programs in Roswell Today 1-800-556-2966

Call now to speak with our admissions department to find out more about our treatment program and how we can help you or your loved one. Our Admissions Team is available 24 hours a day to answer your call and help you get started on the road to improved health and addiction recovery.

Below is a map of Roswell and the surrounding areas.

Facts about Roswell

The City of Roswell was founded in 1839 by a man named Roswell King, who built a mill to harness the the power of the local rivers to make textiles. Roswell has a special presidential connection–Mittie Bulloch Roosevelt, the mother of 26th President Theodore Roosevelt, grew up at Bulloch Hall. She was the daughter of one of Roswell’s first families, the Major James Stephen Bulloch family. Mittie’s other son, Elliot, became the father of Eleanor Roosevelt who would later marry President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who was a distant cousin. Residents and visitors can tour Bulloch Hall for free, or pay a small fee for a guided tour.

Today Roswell is home to about 92 thousand residents with a median household income of $104,825, which is roughly 1.5 times the median household income average for Georgia. Roswell neighborhoods are home to doctors, attorneys, business owners, and Fortune 500 executives who may work in larger cities nearby, but prefer to live just north of the Atlanta metro area for its beauty and quiet. Roswell is especially fortunate because the state’s only outpatient recovery program for executives is located here, which makes living here even more desirable. 

Roswell GA Bulloch Hall President Roosevelt

Cities near Roswell

Roswell is located in the north Atlanta metro area in an area known as OTP, or “outside the perimeter”. There are a number of beautiful cities near Roswell, each with their own unique attractions, such as Alpharetta, Milton, Sandy Springs, Marietta, Dunwoody, and Buckhead, among others. All of these cities have a quick and easy commute to the Roswell area via GA-400, Highway 9, and Highway 92. Residents of these cities have the easiest access to the Roswell location of Centered Recovery, as they are all fairly closeby. There may not be any other drug treatment facilities in these areas due to their size and population, and the fact that most treatment facilities have overlooked the recovery needs of the population of North Georgia. 

Alpharetta Facts

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The city of Alpharetta, which is located northeast of Roswell is now Georgia’s 12th most populous city and boasts some of the best schools in the United States. It is known far and wide as the Technology City of the South due to the large number of tech-focused companies that call Alpharetta home. The city began as a trading post in the 1830s, and today stands out as the quintessential shopping destination, hosting over 250 shops within a five-mile radius across four distinct districts. Each area is unique and includes areas like upscale Avalon, North Point mall, and Downtown Alpharetta. The Mansell House and Gardens, a Queen Anne-style home constructed in 1912 is rich with history. The house is open for tours and is home to the Alpharetta & Old Milton County Historical Society, and is also used for weddings and special events. While Alpharetta has many posh offerings for its residents, it does not have a fully-mindfulness based outpatient program for drug and alcohol abuse. Luckily for residents in Alpharetta, Centered Roswell is located conveniently close to both Downtown Alpharetta and Avalon, which means you can stop by either district for a bite to eat or some shopping on your way home from your outpatient treatment services. 

Milton Facts

Milton GA Drug Rehab Options

One of the newest cities in the state, Milton was incorporated in 2006 and is just north of Roswell. It was named after Revolutionary War hero John Milton. It is known for its equestrian heritage and beauty, and hosts a charming downtown area known as Crabapple, which holds shops, restaurants, exercise facilities, and greenspace for outdoor events. Milton has just over 40 thousand residents and is just a short drive to Roswell, Marietta, and the greater Atlanta metro area. The state of Georgia is home to over 75,000 horses, a good number of which reside in Milton’s farm community. Unfortunately, Milton does not have an outpatient drug treatment program for its residents. However, many residents in Milton could literally walk to our non-12 step outpatient treatment program in Roswell, so commuting there is easy for any Milton resident who needs addiction treatment. 

Sandy Springs Facts

The city of Sandy Springs is Georgia’s 7th most populous city with a population of 108,080. Human settlement in this area can be traced all the way back to approximately 400 CE, when Native Americans forged three trails to better access the area’s freshwater springs. Around the 16th century, the Creek Muskogee Native American tribe settled the area, where they remained until the early 1800s. Today, Sandy Springs is a bustling city which is known for combining the best of both worlds–the bustling city attractings are just minutes away despite being surrounded by 950 acres of parks and natural areas, including access points for hiking and canoeing the Chattahoochee River. The only thing Sandy Springs does not have is an executive addiction treatment facility, however, residents of the city can easily commute to our executive outpatient program at Centered Roswell in 20 minutes or less. 

No matter where you live in Georgia, you can have the best addiction treatment in Georgia. Our full virtual program allows clients to get the benefit of our cutting edge mindfulness based addiciton and mental health recovery program whether you live in Savannah, Augusta, or are our neighbor in Roswell. Call 1-800-556-2966 now to find out more information about our program and how you can get started today!