We're passionate about finding the path that works best for you, on your road to recovery!
We are different because our goal is not to be a big program, but to be an effective program. We believe that simple detail sets us apart from most other centers. Our goal is to change many lives in a positive way, one man at a time.
Transitional housing is not treatment. Treatment services must meet certain standards of care to actually be considered treatment and not support services.
Glynn's Place clients must attend a DBHDD approved ASAM-I professional group therapy at my office on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings. This is a total of 8 contact hours with certified addiction counselors per week. All clients are tested using a 12-panel urine drug screening 2-3 times per week. We have a written relapse management plan. Additionally, for support, they attend 12-step meetings on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Clients are required to get a 12-step sponsor by the end of the first month and have weekly meetings with their sponsor at the house or the AA clubhouse.
Glynn's Place tries to do Recovery Residence differently. We are not a low-cost or indigent care facility. We don't admit every applicant, in fact, I turn down more than I admit. Residents live in a family environment and are not part of a big campus. Our residence has 3 televisions and a PlayStation 4 for entertainment. We believe in church attendance, but we are not a church. Our house has paid supervisory staff every single night. Our staff consists of 2 Certified Addiction Counselors, an RN, a BS in Social Science and a 12-step coordinator.
We have a census of 6-8 men that we treat for Alcoholism and Addiction in a caring, wholesome 12-step oriented manner. We require attendance at 12-step recovery meetings 5 nights per week and professional addiction groups 2 nights per week. We eat well and we don't require our residents to have EBT cards. We don't have add-on fees for food or transportation. Every man is treated as an individual, there is not a "cookie cutter" treatment plan. Our philosophy is to allow as much freedom and responsibility as each person can appropriately manage.
We have a Georgia Department of Behavioral Health approved ASAM Level I program. We integrate this as a adjunct to our inpatient care and as a free service for Glynn's Place alumni as aftercare. This program is open to males and females.
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24 hour emergency number is 478-290-7233
Fax any documents to (478) 254-9709.
615 North Jefferson St, Dublin, GA 31021, US