Young Adult and Teen Drug Rehab in Peachtree City, GA

About The Insight Program in Peachtree City

The Insight Program is a drug and alcohol treatment program for teens, young adults, and their families the the Peachtree City, GA area.

Our addiction recovery center has served this community since 2016. The drug and alcohol abuse and drug addiction problem among teenagers and young adults continues to be a major issue in Peachtree City and the surrounding areas. Our program provides age appropriate drug / addiction counseling for teenagers and young adults through our IOP program. We also offer a follow up 12-step program for teens that is unmatched in the industry.

Services Offered in Peachtree City

  • No cost substance abuse evaluations for 13-25 year olds
  • Intensive outpatient programs for teens and young adults
  • Individual drug and alcohol counseling
  • Weekly parent support groups
  • Drug and alcohol support groups for teens and young adults
  • 12 step meetings for Peachtree City area teens and young adults
  • Weekly sober social events

Who We Serve

Our teen addiction treatment program is conveniently located off of Senoia Road, just south of Swanson Rd in Tyrone, Georgia. It is easily accessible from all over southern Atlanta, including Fayetteville, Senoia, Sharpsburg, Palmetto, Fairburn, and Union City, Georgia.

Teens in sobriety smiling.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment and Drug Abuse Support Groups for Young People

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Mon: 10am - 5pm
Tue: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 10am - 5pm
Thu: 10am - 5pm
Fri: 10am - 5pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

The interior of our substance abuse facility in Tyrone, GA.

Our Approach to Drug and Alcohol Treatment

The Insight Program is one of the only addiction treatment centers that works specifically with teens / adolescents and young adults ages 13-25 and their family members. Teen treatment for drug and alcohol is our specialty.

High school age teens and young people with drug abuse problems tend to struggle in traditional programs where they are placed with older adults. If you have already utilized various substance abuse or addiction counseling programs or drug centers, we understand how discouraging it can be. The enthusiastic sobriety approach may be just what your drug using young person may respond to. We will help your young person develop coping skills, a drug free lifestyle, and long term recovery. To get started, our drug rehab in Peachtree City offers no-cost evaluations for teens and young adults.

Weekly Schedule of Events

Each week, our drug rehab in Peachtree City hosts the following evening events, aside from our normal schedule of IOP substance use treatment sessions on Monday through Friday.

  • Tuesday and Thursday Nights12 step meetings for teenagers and young adults
  • Tuesday Nights – Parent support group meeting for parents of teenagers and young adults who use drugs
  • Friday and Saturday Nights – Weekly sober social activities (the events will change week to week, details are announced in the Thursday night parent support group meetings each week)

Note: The schedules above are subject to change, please call ahead if you have any questions about the specifics of a particular evening’s events

The Intensive Outpatient alcohol and drug rehab room.

Recent Reviews of The Insight Program in Peachtree City, GA

The Insight Program
5.0
Based on 8 reviews
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Susan KingSusan King
15:19 01 Jan 24
This place helped my son when I didn't think it was possible. Such a compassionate program. Thank you Insight! This helped our entire family.
Ainsley MillerAinsley Miller
16:23 29 Jul 22
One of the best programs I’ve ever been too, not only did this program provide me a safe place to get sober it provided so much love and resources to use in my daily life. Would 100% refer friends and family’s to the insight program!
M BM B
07:43 29 Jan 21
Anna Rose ProkopAnna Rose Prokop
19:01 10 Jan 21
Before I share my experience with this program, I want to share a little bit about what my life looked like before I found this program. I had always felt alone, afraid, and honestly like I never fit in anywhere. From a very young age I looked at the world in such a negative way. I had no hope that things were going to be okay and could never see the beauty in people and the places I went. I was always scared that the worst was always going to happen. I grew up seeing psychiatrists, therapists, and doctors. I tried too many medications to count. All to help me with these feelings. My mom could tell I was very sad and she didn't really know where to turn. Nothing ever worked for me. We found something that "worked", but that meant that I wasn't having side affects to the medications and I seemed a little happier. How can you tell something like that would work for an 8 year old? In my experience now, you can't. Moving on to later years, being a teenager, I would put myself around people who also felt that same way. I had something to connect with there. I tried my first drink at 12 years old. No one knew. Another year passed and I obtained more knowledge over drinking and the effects it gave me. I started drinking alone once a week for months and I remember the way I felt. It was very different than how I had felt my entire life. I felt good. I was in control, I was smart, and it was way easier for me to talk to other people my age. Moving forward another year, I started using more alcohol and now drugs. Years past from that moment I was so far out of touch with reality that it's honestly hard for me to even remember what was going on. I have many periods of those 4 years that are just missing and gone. By the end, using wasn't this fun rush. It was solely for the purpose of, "If I don't have this, I won't be okay and I can't live with out this." My entire life was dedicated to getting high and wasted. I would use drugs and I couldn't get as high as I was that first time. I wanted to reach that place again but it just wouldn't happen for me. I started feeling those same feelings I felt at the age of 6, while high. That scared me. Because I didn't want to feel. By the age of 17 my mother helped me do something I couldn't have done for myself. It resulted in being in and out of courtrooms, jail time, and eventually finding this program. I didn't necessarily want to be sober at the time but I also remember meeting people, unlike any one I've ever met in my entire life. They were genuinely happy. And I could see that. It wasn't another boring doctors appointment with someone who didn't actually understand. It wasn't someone I could manipulate. They truly understood how my brain worked and how I felt. And from the moment I walked through the doors of that office, something was different. I couldn't quite see it then but I certainly do now. I went through Out Patient and achieved time sober. I didn't just stay sober, I made friendships with people my age who were also struggling and those friendships were like none I had ever had before. There was always something for me to do. It was always fun. I was smiling, laughing, and connecting with very real people. At the end of Out Patient, I remember realizing how much I loved helping others who were newer. I remember being able to see in their life that I had just been through that and I understood how it felt and honestly how hard it really was. I was given countless tools and the 12 steps to deal with my disease. I was able to form my own ideas and opinions. I was able to own the decisions I made. I was able to grow into a beautiful human being, with a smile on her face, and a lot of love for recovery and the people on this journey with me. I love showing up for people in their hardest times but also even their good ones. I never could have gotten to place I'm at today with out the support of my counselors and the support group itself. Today, I have been sober for 3 and a half years. And life is undeniably beautiful.
Stephanie MillerStephanie Miller
23:10 20 May 20
Insight has been a fantastic sobriety and recovery program for our daughter. It has helped provide her with the tools to be successful in her recovery and in her life and she has grown so much. We are so appreciative of the awesome staff at Insight.
MM
14:27 22 Sep 19
My daughter was struggling with substance abuse for several years. Insight provided the support for her to get sober and for our family to heal. She has been sober for two years. I will always be grateful for the wonderful counselors who have guided us through the process of getting the help we needed and supporting us through a very difficult time in our lives. They have given us the skills to cope with addiction and to use the steps to continue on our journey with sobriety. Thank you, Insight!
AliciaAlicia
01:12 13 Oct 18
When my son joined the Insight Program he was struggling with substance abuse which was causing great distress and dysfunction in our home. Not only has he gotten help with his substance abuse problem, but also has learned communication and coping skills that will last a lifetime. Possibly the most unexpected result we’ve experienced through Insight is the restoration of peace and healing that has taken place in our entire family unit. We would not be where we are today if it weren’t for Insight.I truly believe that so much of the success of this program is due to the fact that it is specifically designed for teens/ young adults. The counselors are phenomenal and the peer support group is absolutely amazing which has been vital to my son’s recovery.
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