Abundant Life – Residential Treatment for Women
Abundant Life is a six-month residential program for women. Our Team helps women recover and return to their local communities successful, sober, and independent. Women learn to live satisfying, self-directed lives, improve health and wellness, and learn how to view recovery as an ongoing process.
Who We Serve
Women, including pregnant women, including those with:
- Child Protective Services or Family Support involvement
- Criminal justice system involvement
- High risk for relapse
- Psychiatric disorders
Abundant Life Services
Abundant Life Services include, but are not limited to:
- Case management
- Group and individual therapy interventions
- Ongoing assessment and screenings
- Psychiatric medical and nursing care
- Therapeutic childcare services
- Vocational assistance
Why Do Women Need Gender-Based Substance Abuse Services?
Evidence shows that women benefit from gender-focused recovery programs. At Abundant Life, women struggling with substance abuse can access recovery support designed specifically for them.
Facts about Women in Addiction
Women face unique challenges in their struggle:
- Faster progression of addiction
- Harsher stigmas relating to addiction
- Higher likelihood of experiencing additional mental health conditions
- Multiple barriers to overcome during recovery
- Higher vulnerability to addiction
To discover more about Abundant Life, call 478-275-6845
Braswell House – Residential Treatment for Men
Located in Swainsboro, Georgia, Braswell House is a semi-independent residential program that provides addictive disease intensive outpatient transitional services in a safe, stable, drug-free residence.
Residents receive services that focus on individual needs and goals for progress toward long-term recovery for a minimum of 30 days.
Who We Serve
Residents must have a substance abuse disorder diagnosis and must first complete rehabilitation treatment at a CSU or hospital.
Men who meet admission criteria:
- Appropriate level of readiness and willingness for behavioral changes
- Sufficient cognitive capacity to participate in and benefit from services
- Lack of safe or stable housing upon discharge from CSU or hospital
- Qualifying diagnostic and dimensional criteria for ASAM Level III.1, including substance dependence or substance abuse diagnosis
- Achieving necessary lifestyle changes
- Committing to recovery
- Developing social support networks
- Improving family functioning
- Educational skills development
- Vocational skills development
- Understanding addiction and the recovery process
To discover more about Braswell House, call 478-289-2486
Payment for Service
We accept most forms of insurance, including:
- Centene/Peach State
- Private/commercial insurance
Sliding Fee Scale
We serve all individuals regardless of ability to pay and offer a sliding fee scale to the uninsured or underinsured. Fees are determined by income or family size.
To qualify, please bring ONE of the following to your appointment:
- Wage statement from Department of Labor
- Two most recent pay stubs
- Documentation from Social Security
- Official documentation regarding wages or inability to work
*Please note that payment or co-payment is expected at the time of service. Refusal to provide financial information or required payments may result in a disruption of services. If you are having trouble making payments contact us to work with you on a case-by-case basis.