Digital Brochures

Links to download the digital brochures for our Willingway programs: Inpatient Treatment, Extended Residential Treatment and The Pines.

Willingway Inpatient Treatment Brochure - Statesboro Georgia addiction treatment center - residential drug rehab

Inpatient Treatment Digital Brochure

Learn about Willingway’s nationally recognized continuum of care, including information about our medical detox, inpatient treatment, and short-term inpatient treatment options.

This level of care is the next step in the treatment process. This program may last up to 6 weeks, although length of stay is determined based on a variety of factors, including what the client will need to have the best chance of successful long-term recovery after discharge. Treatment at Willingway combines a multitude of therapeutic modalities: group, individual, recreational therapy, 12-Step meetings, and educational programs set clients on the road to lasting recovery.

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Willingway Extended Treatment Brochure - Statesboro Georgia IOP drug rehab - Outpatient alcohol rehab

Extended Residential Treatment Digital Brochure

At Willingway, it is our belief that some individuals who are addicted to alcohol or drugs have a better chance for lasting recovery if they are exposed to a period of time in extended treatment. Willingway operates two gender specific programs designed to provide a supportive, structured environment where individuals can build skills for living sober one day at a time.

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The Pines: Residential Treatment for Adolescents

The Pines: Residential Treatment for Adolescents
Digital Brochure

The Pines at Willingway is a separate, free-standing program providing substance abuse treatment in a comprehensive therapeutic program that encompasses detoxification, residential treatment, and partial hospitalization services for adolescents and young adults (ages 14-18) dealing with a primary diagnosis of substance use disorder (youth with a primary mental health disorder, or acute psychiatric symptoms, active eating disorders, or aggressive behaviors would not be appropriate for this program).

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