We use the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience to treat your addiction as the disease it is…
You won't be checking into any "facility". So, for all anyone knows, you are just vacationing in Savannah.
Everyone's story is different, but it helps to know that you are not alone. And you can do this.
We treat the disease with science and medicine, not words and meetings.
My attorney told me [to enter] a program before going to court [for DUI]. I thought I could fake my way through another 28 days and look like a model citizen in front of the judge. Instead, you guys actually got me the help I needed in spite of myself.
We don't have to be abused by a system that doesn't understand. ... I sought help from clergy, AA, doctors, and family, but ignorance runs rampant among non alcoholics. You don't need any of them to get sober. ... Call ARC of Georgia!
When I first came to ARC ...[m]y life was in shambles, my family abandoned me. My wife was taking my kids and leaving me. In-patient and 12-step programs had not worked for me. If it wasn’t for ARC I would be in jail or worse, DEAD.
Terry founded the Assisted Recovery Center of Georgia in May 2000 when a loved one's attempts in traditional recovery programs proved unsuccessful. After extensive research, she discovered the medication Naltrexone, and based ARC-GA on similar facilities which used this medication in their protocols.
Dr. Hall, a native of Savannah who founded Immediate Med in 1983, brings over 30 years of medcial practice experience to Assisted Recovery. He is certified for the Medical detoxification of opiate addiction and offers ARC's clients his medical expertise and his compassion to their recovery.
Dr. Chapowski is board certified by American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and an active member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. She has training and experience in chronic pain syndromes and addiction medicine and has worked in the field of addiction for most of her carreer.
Julie Rubin, LAPC, NCC is the Clinical Director of Assisted Recovery Center of Georgia. She earned her Masters in mental health at South University, interned at College of Charleston with a specialization in dual diagnosis at a local inpatient treatment facility and trained in cognitive behavior therapy at Beck Insitutue.