After 7 years of a methamphetamines addiction, Ben found himself at a crossroads. After a dramatic overdose & 3 days spent in a coma, he decided enough was enough. After completing a long-term treatment program, Ben has committed his life to helping others not go down the deep, dark hole that he did.
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Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Situated on a picturesque Christmas tree farm in northeast Georgia, Three Dimensional Life has been proving substance abuse treatment to young men since 2005. The rehab offers faith-based residential care for men ages 14 to 19, and is designed to help clients examine, understand and modify their addictive and destructive behaviors. Residents learn how to break free from addiction by taking a Biblical approach to the 12 Steps and forming a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Three Dimensional Life for Young Men Reviews and Ratings Details
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- Individualized Treatment
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- Residential Treatment
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Ben Armstrong - Executive Director
Dan Dixon - Program Director
Dan is a former Youth Pastor from south Georgia. However, before entering into ministry, Dan spent several years addicted to opioids. Dan checked himself into a long term treatment program and found God & himself. Dan lives his life trying to save others from their addictions.
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