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An Enthusiastic Sobriety™ Program

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The Insight Program, Substance Abuse treatment for teens and young adults

Welcome

The Insight Program is a drug and alcohol treatment center designed for young people ages 13 – 25. The Insight Program is committed to the idea that addiction to or dependence on alcohol and other drugs is a serious problem and should be treated as such. Insight is a private program which is twelve step based and offers a network of interacting services including a fee based intensive outpatient program and an 18 – 30 month support group. The Insight Program is committed to the idea that drug and alcohol abuse affects the entire family and therefore offers counseling and support groups for parents. Insight has programs in Atlanta,Georgia, Augusta, Georgia, Charlotte, North Carolina, and Greensboro, North Carolina.

The Insight Program has been in operation since 1987. Insight continues to be successful with teenagers and young adults because of its unique understanding of the issues that lead young people to abuse drugs and alcohol. Insight’s focus on family issues with recovery also sets it apart as the leader in the drug and alcohol rehabilitation field.

For today’s youth, the pressure to get involved with drugs and alcohol is inescapable. It has become a major part of youth culture. At Insight, we believe that the key to getting kids to stop using is to show them a way of life without drugs and alcohol that is better than what they had when they were using. We call this “Enthusiastic Sobriety™.”

Mission

  • Providing an environment that is both safe and attractive
  • Creating effective treatment and after-care plans
  • Educating family members on addiction issues
  • Empowering clients to gain self-awareness
  • Devising long term follow up programs

Reasons to Call the Insight Program

  • A decline in school or work performance
  • Missing or skipping school
  • Loss of interest in common activities (athletics, music, hobbies)
  • Dramatic change in physical appearance
  • Changes in friends/reluctance to introduce new friends
  • Secretive OR sneaky behavior (a lot of time spent in their room behind locked doors)
  • Missing money
  • Angry or aggressive outbursts
  • Regularly withdrawn or depressed
  • Becoming unusually forgetful
  • Changes in sleeping patterns