The Recovery Village Atlanta is a facility with evidence-based addiction treatment and compassionate care for co-occurring mental health disorders.

The Recovery Village Atlanta is joining The Recovery Village’s family of treatment facilities. Since 2013 we have helped thousands of people regain control of their lives and well-being by overcoming addiction. Our treatment centers, including our Atlanta facility, focus on personalized, evidence-based, compassionate addiction treatment care.

Our Philosophy on Addiction Treatment and Recovery

The Recovery Village Atlanta builds tailored treatment plans with an understanding that addiction is a mental health disorder and a chronic disease. We treat each patient holistically, meaning we consider not only the mental and physical but also the emotional symptoms of the addiction. We also work to uncover and treat the root causes leading to an addiction to drugs or alcohol. Our addiction experts are passionate about what they do, knowing that everyone who comes through our doors is more than their addiction.

Our Core Beliefs

Across all our programs in the United States and all levels of care, our core beliefs remain consistent. We believe:

  • Anyone can overcome addiction.
  • Our clients deserve empathy and respect in all parts of their care.
  • Addiction is a disease treatable by research and evidence-based care.
  • It’s important to treat the mental and physical causes of addiction as well as the current symptoms.
  • Your recovery is a journey that needs dedication and a lifetime commitment.

Our Leadership Team and Staff

Our leadership team is driven to provide the highest level of care at all times. A qualified Medical Director leads a team of expert addiction specialists at The Recovery Village Atlanta. This team includes licensed physicians, social workers, mental health counselors, registered nurses and others.

Each member of our skilled staff focuses on the needs of their patients first and foremost. All of our facilities surpass the national and local standards for behavioral and addiction health care practices. 

Our Community Outreach Team

Advanced Recovery Systems and The Recovery Village Atlanta are part of a larger community. Our outreach team works with community professionals to connect people with the resources they need for long-term addiction recovery. This includes therapists, hospitals, social workers, local professionals and other treatment centers.

In addition to being a resource to community partners, we also offer Continuing Education programs led by experts in the field. These sessions help health care professionals meet their continuing education hours and provide high-level, informed, science-based care to patients and clients. 

Our Editorial Team

We’re dedicated to sharing information and resources about mental health and addiction. Providing this information helps break down barriers to getting help and reduces the stigma that can, unfortunately, come with addiction. Our editorial team works diligently to connect people with treatment that could ultimately be life-saving.

Our team of medical reviewers, editors, and writers publishes the most accurate and up-to-date information about addiction, recovery resources, mental health and treatment. The editorial team covers a wide variety of topics to help you make empowered and informed decisions around treatment choices and long-term recovery.

Speak With a Representative Today

We encourage you to take the next step today. Contact our team at The Recovery Village Atlanta to learn about treatment programs and how it could change the trajectory of your life through recovery. 

Medical Disclaimer

The Recovery Village Atlanta aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with substance use or mental health disorder with fact-based content about the nature of behavioral health conditions, treatment options and their related outcomes. We publish material that is researched, cited, edited and reviewed by licensed medical professionals. The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers.