- N.A. & A.A Meetings
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is Accepted
- Medicaid is Accepted
Located in the heart of South Georgia, Greenleaf provides behavioral health and substance abuse treatment for adults, adolescents and children. The residential rehab believes in meeting each individual wherever they are in their struggle, then guiding them firmly but compassionately to the path of recovery. A qualified team of board-certified psychiatrists, therapists and support staff are committed to helping clients restructure and reclaim their lives, so they may give up their addictive behaviors and build a solid foundation for life-long recovery.
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
I would advise anyone against admitting their Love one in this Facility, the compassion is non existing, they humiliated the patients and allowed them to be assaulted by other patients it's was horrib...
The worst place. Lazy techs. They all got the same two dollar wigs. The whole place stinks. Food is terrible.
I strongly encourage people in this area to avoid this place at all costs. I was there for a week and signed myself in due to my mental health. I had been here previously a year before and then a year...
Horrible facilities - patients are not treated with dignity and respect. Dirty, mean staff, lack of proper counseling, therapists, care. A total nightmare.
Everywhere else allows visitors but this place , I don’t understand at all. Also what’s the point of taking temperatures if your not even aloud in the building also they seem to be incapable to an...
I see the bad reviews and think to myself these people would of really went crazy of they had been to the other 3 rehabs that I have been to. This place was great the staff was cool and the doctors we...
Stay away from this place. No one should have to experience the pain our family has because of this facility. Please tell everyone you know about how terrible it is there
This is the worst so called rehab center on the face of the earth, my husband was in there for 4 days, they lost his teeth, his glasses, his clothes, let him fall and his chest was so bruised up and i...
They gave my family member a drug that left Her like a vegetable; then acted like nothing happened.
This place is HORRIBLE!!! This is the worst place you could ever go to or send your family to!! Horrific!! NEVER GO ANYWHERE NEAR THIS PLACE OR ALLOW THIS TO CONTINUE!!
Very nice and calming. Decint food
Had been in other treatment centers. Greenleaf is by far nicer than the other facilities. Staff are sometimes overwhelmed with difficult clients, but make the best of it. Staff was friendly and courte...
Were willing to help. Understanding and willing to work with family.
I got my loved one out of this facility today. I moved my loved one to a better facility that can meet her needs. This facility did nothing for my loved one. There is nothing nice that I have to say a...
WARNING: I am mixed. I had a great doctor - my therapist was more interested in speaking about her dogs. Had two nurses slam a door in my face and laugh at me. i reported it via the grievance system t...
I read the bad reviews, please do not let that deter you. This place is great. They truly care about their patients. My love one was here for 6 weeks. They went in sick, broken, and feeling as though ...
Please most immediately place mor washers and dryers at the center n Valdosta. There is a dire need
February 2017. Do not send your love one to so called treatment center. It is privately owned now and not ran by SWGA anymore....How dare you call yourself a Doctor!! Yes I am sure my post will be r...
Care of staff was good..Needs more family involvement
Some of the staff are nice Doesn't offer the help or amount of time needed Need more ability to treat certain things at a certain amount of time
Some attitudes were poor.
it well ran... but cost too much it helped me
I\'ve been to other facility and greenleaf is a luxury resort when compared. People are nice, decent food, clean and you have the option of some kind of activity daily which most of the time involves ...
It was a decent facility.
They realy care, plenty of exercise opportunity. However, there is No smoking!, Very little time outside.You get lumped in with mental patients as well as addicts it can make group a little frustratin...
Great Facility. Friendly Staff. Read prior reviews which kind of made me not want to go. They must have changed a lot, I found it very comfortable, great groups - love my therapist and doctor. hav...
Strengths: Friendly staff, clean. Downall: Staff expertise. Overall helped.
Friendly atmosphere. Helpful staff.
The whole business at this facility is a weakness. Overpriced and the problem at hand is not solved when rehab is complete. I would not recommend this place if it was the last place on earth. Do not w...
Downfalls: Cleanliness, Counseling, Inclusion, Methods. Never go there.
Those that worked there seemed to care a great deal about their patients. It seemed like there weren't many activites there at the time. My mom spent about 4 months there when I was about 18. It was ...
It was a great place. The people were friendly and everyone helped each other out.
It was a decent facility.
Great place; it is the only 1 in our area offers great programs. The nursing staff is wonderful. However, discharge was a very slow process.
Decent facility that people can be helped with addiction. Group sessions were great but there is not enough staff.
The best things I can say about this facility is the food was good and I was fortunate enough to at least get a good doctor who I still see. Too high a rate of repeat offenders plus more about how are...
It was a good facility. Staff was extremely supportive.
It was overall a good facility.
The people were great and the doctor always cared. I benefited greatly and even found out who I was in life while I was there.
- Family Program
Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.
- Medical Detoxification
Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.
This Center is Known For...
- Yes Detox Services
- Yes Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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