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Georgia Drug Addiction Statistics

Drug addiction has ravaged America over the past few decades, including Georgia. According to data from the National Institute on Drug Abuse released in 2020:

  • In 2018 (the year with the most recent data), there were 866 reported opioid-related fatalities in the state of Georgia.
  • More than 60% of all drug overdose deaths in Georgia in 2018 involved opioids.
  • 299 heroin-related fatalities were reported in Georgia in 2018; this is compared to only 40 in 2012.
  • In 2018, Georgia providers wrote 63.2 opioid prescriptions for every 100 persons, compared to the average U.S. rate of 51.4 prescriptions.
  • Synthetic opioids such as fentanyl were connected to 349 drug-related fatalities in Georgia in 2018; this is up from 61 in 2012.

Recover Your Happiness at Atlanta Treatment LLC

Whether they are taking prescription medication or a party drug, no one intends to form a substance use disorder. Drug addiction is a nuanced disease that can affect anyone, and it affects everyone differently.

If a substance has taken over your life, we want you to remember 3 things:

  1. You are more than your addiction
  2. Your illness is not your fault
  3. You can always get help

At Atlanta Treatment LLC, our mission is to provide compassionate care, encouragement, and kindness to individuals seeking a life of recovery – without discernment. No matter where you are in life and how serious your addiction may be, we want to help you.


Contact the professionals at Atlanta Treatment today to learn more about our Marietta drug addiction treatment services.


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What Is Drug Addiction?

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, drug addiction, or substance use disorder, is:

a chronic disease characterized by drug seeking and use that is compulsive, or difficult to control, despite harmful consequences.”

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Some describe drug addiction as a craving or an obsession, and the condition can also be accompanied by physical and psychological dependency. Drug dependency is characterized by tolerance – needing more and more of a drug to feel its effects – and withdrawal – experiencing negative side effects when you cut back or quit using the drug.

Other signs and symptoms of substance use disorder include:

  • Frequent drug use
  • Taking drugs more often or in higher doses than you intend to
  • Having an intense urge to use drugs
  • Making sure you maintain a steady supply of drugs
  • Neglecting responsibilities in favor of using drugs
  • Reducing socialization and time spent on hobbies because of drugs
  • Inability to feel pleasure without drugs
  • Engaging in risky or illegal activities while on drugs
  • Continuing to use drugs despite negative consequences
  • Being unable to cut back or quit

If you or a loved one are suffering from any of the physical or behavioral problems above, it may be time to get help. Call (678) 379-3111 today to learn more about our compassionate Marietta drug addiction treatment program.


Types of Addictive Substances We Can Help With

Legal or illegal, any controlled substance can cause an addiction. In fact, alcohol addiction is one of the most common substance use disorders in the United States. Still, your treatment program must be tailored to the substance you struggle with.

At Atlanta Treatment LLC, we have experience helping individuals overcome the following addictions:

With many of the substances above, quitting on your own is difficult, if not impossible. You may need medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to help you get through withdrawal, which is one of the many services we offer at Atlanta Treatment LLC.

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How We Address Drug Addiction

As a drug rehab center in Marietta, Georgia, Atlanta Treatment LLC offers a partial hospitalization program (PHP), an intensive outpatient program (IOP), and a night outpatient treatment program. We understand that many people cannot put their lives on hold while they are struggling with addiction, so we have options that work for everyone. Our night outpatient program is especially popular because it allows people to work during the day and recover at night.

Why Choose Us For Marietta Drug Rehab?

Atlanta Treatment LLC sees you as a whole person, and we want to make sure your complex needs and desires are being met. As such, we offer several holistic activities that make recovery more interesting and engaging. We not only offer a proven trauma intervention model and brain-mapping, for example, but we also provide adventure-based counseling and cultural excursions in the city.

Further, Atlanta Treatment LLC operates on the CORE values of Connection, Open-Mindedness, Revitalization, and Education. If these values are important to you, too, and you are looking to recover from a substance use disorder, look no further than our Marietta drug treatment center.


Call us at (678) 379-3111 or contact us online to learn more about Marietta drug rehab and start building a new foundation today.


Drug Addiction Treatment FAQ

How long does drug addiction treatment last?

The duration of drug addiction treatment depends on your health needs and the severity of the addiction. Treatment can last from a few weeks to several months, or even years. It often involves a combination of therapy, medication-assisted treatment, and support groups. The duration can also depend on the type of treatment program that has been chosen, such as inpatient programs that typically last for 30-90 days or outpatient programs with more flexibility in duration. We will give you an honest idea of how long your drug addiction treatment program should last before it begins.

Can I keep my job while in drug addiction treatment?

Many of our drug addiction treatment programs offer flexible schedules that allow you to continue working while receiving treatment. Outpatient treatment programs, for example, can be scheduled around work hours and availability. If you need intensive addiction treatment, though, then it might be best to plan taking time off work, such as using a leave of absence (LOA).

Will my insurance cover the cost of drug addiction treatment?

Insurance coverage for drug addiction treatment depends on the type of insurance plan you have and the specific treatment program you choose. Due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), though, most healthcare insurance plans do cover at least a portion of addiction treatment, including dual-diagnosis treatments that acknowledge the link between addiction and mental health difficulties. If you aren’t sure if your insurance will apply for your drug addiction treatments, then please speak with our admissions specialists. We are always happy to help people understand the most affordable and effective treatment options based on their coverage.

Will my family be involved in my drug addiction treatment?

Family involvement in drug addiction treatment can vary depending on your circumstances and goals. Some treatment programs may involve family members in therapy sessions or education programs to help them understand addiction and provide support for their loved one's recovery. Family participation in support groups can also provide a helpful network for continued support. However, not all people may desire or benefit from family involvement in their treatment due to complicated or unhealthy relationships.

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