Treatment programs can drastically differ, causing the search to become overwhelming and stressful. That’s where we can help.
Welcome to Willingway – the number one alcohol addiction treatment near Savannah, Georgia. With 50 years of experience, our continuums of care and innovative treatment modalities have set us apart from the many other treatment centers in the area.
Our results-proven alcohol addiction treatment near Savannah offers both men and women the chance for sobriety through our structured recovery programs. We believe recovery is a personal journey, and thus offer different levels of care to fit the different needs of those who are suffering. Our in-depth Inpatient Program is most popular option, lasting 4 to 6 weeks. In addition, we also offer a structured Short-Term Inpatient Program varying 2 to 4 weeks. Care continues with our innovative Extended Treatment Program as well as a transitional Sober Living Environment Program, which both can vary from 90 days to 18 months.
Upon completion of our programs, our patients can participate in our outpatient services as well as our thriving community groups. All programs are gender-specific to avoid distractions while ensuring a strong recovery foundation.
In addition to our renowned recovery programs, our physicians and nurse practitioners are highly experienced in medical detoxification, including the treatment of high-level methadone and suboxone addiction. Our 24/7 care and detailed detox protocol prevents seizures, which are often associated with withdrawal symptoms. We are dedicated in providing the most compassionate care while making this experience as comfortable as possible.
The first step to recovery is a phone call away. Our free and confidential pre-admissions process can even be completed over the phone. This assessment will include medical and substance abuse history as well as emotional and behavioral conditions and/or complications. Once the assessment is completed, our team of physicians, addiction specialists, nurses and counselors will work in collaboration to suggest the best level of care needed for long-term sobriety.