Do you believe that you or a loved one may be suffering from an Adderall dependency? Our mission at Atlanta Treatment is to provide compassionate care, personal support, and effective treatment programs for people ready to break free from an Adderall or other prescription drug addiction. The Marietta Adderall Addiction Treatment program at our rehabilitation center was designed to provide comprehensive support, therapy, and relief from an Adderall dependency through counseling, wellness activities, and other programs.
Our three major treatment programs are:
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): The IOP is a structured but flexible program that allows you to go from a clinical outpatient setting to applying your newfound skills in the outside world.
- Night Outpatient Treatment: Our night outpatient treatment option allows patients to continue working full time while receiving treatment. By taking advantage of our offerings at night, you can still receive helpful treatment while maintaining your day job or other responsibilities.
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): Our PHP is ideal for patients who require stability but not 24/7 inpatient care.
Get the help you need and deserve today—call (678) 379-3111 or send us a message online to discuss your treatment options and take your first step towards recovery. We are available 24/7.
Signs of Adderall Addiction
Adderall is a type of stimulant drug that is used to treat conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. It contains amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, which are stimulants that affect chemicals in the body that contribute to hyperactivity and impulse control. Like many other stimulants, the drug can become addictive.
Signs and symptoms of an Adderall addiction may include:
- A heightened sense of grandiosity, invincibility, and/or joy
- Crushing, snorting, or otherwise using Adderall in a manner in which it is not prescribed
- Doctor shopping, which is when an individual attempts to receive different prescriptions from multiple medical professionals
- Dry mouth, nausea, and vomiting
- Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when not taking the drug
- Feelings of anxiety, nervousness, and panic
- Ignoring work, school, family, and other obligations in lieu of Adderall abuse
- Increased sociability and talkativeness
- Increased tolerance to Adderall
- Maintaining Adderall use even though it is causing clear physical and mental health problems
- Rapid thoughts and changes in focus
- Spending a significant amount of time and energy thinking about, using, and securing Adderall
To learn more about our facilities and programs, call (678) 379-3111 or contact us online. We accept most major insurances.
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"Awesome place with some great staff."Brandon A.
"Today I am sober going on 6 months so there is hope if you are struggling. PLEASE reach out and stop the cycle. It changed my life only when I became willing to do the work"Patrick M.
"This program provides a family atmosphere along with a very structured clinical setting."Coley M.
Rehab is a safe space where individuals with shared issues and histories can come together and help each other heal through therapy, counseling, and other programs. At Atlanta Treatment, we understand our patients cannot get better unless they are able to trust us, so we have built our practice around providing full transparency and honesty from the get-go. We never judge our look down upon those who are suffering from the disease of addiction—in fact, many members of our staff are former users themselves.
Our holistic wellness-based programs include:
- Adventure-based counseling
- Culture and arts events
- Neurofeedback, also known as brain-mapping
- Psychotherapeutic trauma intervention models to help you build resiliency
- Volunteer work
- Other wellness activities
By participating in science-based individual and group activities ranging from psychotherapy to horseback riding, you can discover new ways to enjoy your life and manage your stressors without the use of Adderall and other drugs.
Long-term effects of Adderall abuse may include:
- Anxiety, paranoia, and panic attacks
- Convulsions and seizures
- Depression, aggression, irritability thoughts of suicide, and other behavioral changes
- Difficulty concentrating sleeping
- Heart disease
- Lethargy and fatigue
- Mood swings
- Weight loss
It should be noted that the short-term effects of Adderall use can be detrimental as well. Even short-term Adderall abuse can lead to serious heart conditions such as high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, palpitations, and fatal heart failure. Contact a doctor immediately if you experience any of the above complications.
Contact Our Team
Our team of dedicated and experienced staff are here to help. Whether you have questions or you are ready to get started, we are ready to embark on this journey with you.