St. Jude's Recovery Center, Inc.

4.2 (8 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
139 Renaissance Parkway NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
4048742224 Visit Website CLAIM/EDIT THIS LISTING

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Anonymous

As far as I hear this facility is decent and has worked for several people, but if the problem is more than just a simple addiction issue, and the person has more mental illness(es), then this place m...

Anymous

horrible treatment center. staff talked down to clients. take visits from your children as partial punishment, too willing to discharge people early over nonsense. i will never recommend this place

Amands

I am desprest me of drug help I\'m doing this for plz contact me

Anonymous

Strengths: Educated staff as well as recovering alcholics and recovering addicts staff.the counselors seem to really care about the patients.good structure informative groups and one on one counseling...

Anonymous

Strengths: Personalized attention, kind and trained staff, nice facilities. Weaknesses: cost. Results will happen by being open to help and changing for the better through choosing this recovery cente...

Tony

The worst treatment facility ever . Meals are horrible the treatment is not nearly as good as people they it is. Due to it being a government funded Organization except for the ones who work and pay...

Anonymous

They do a good job of getting you back on your feet. They help you get cleaned up, find a place to stay, and give you skills to help find a job. The help people who could not ordinarily afford treatm...

Anonymous

I sent my child here for alcohol and drug addiction 4 years ago and he had one set back 6 month after he came out but he had the tools needed to get it together and he's been clean ever since. There w...

As

The constant meetings and annonymous meetings helped alot