As the President and CEO of Atlanta Mission, Jim Reese feels that professionally he has found the perfect fit. "I felt that God had called me and prepared me for this assignment as I look back on my life," says Reese. "I feel the opportunity to be part of an organization that God uses to change lives ever day is a great responsibility and privilege."
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Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is not Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
The Potter’s House, run by the Atlanta Mission, provides men with faith-based drug and alcohol addiction treatment, as well as therapeutic, educational and vocational programs designed to help get them back on their feet. The long-term residential rehab stresses the importance of building a relationship with God in order to let go of addictive behaviors and make productive and fulfilling life choices. Once this step is taken, clients can begin to rebuild their foundation for life and develop the tools necessary to stay clean and sober.
Atlanta Mission - The Potter's House Reviews and Ratings Details
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- Holistic Therapy
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- Individualized Treatment
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Jim Reese - President and CEO
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