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MedMark Treatment Centers offers opiate addiction treatment to help individuals overcome their dependency on heroin or prescription painkiller medications such as Vicodin or OxyContin. Our Blairsville, Georgia clinic focuses on providing methadone treatment and substance abuse counseling in a convenient, outpatient setting. This combined approach has been shown to be more effective in helping patients overcome opiate addiction than either medication-assisted treatment or counseling on its own. Our evidence-based program is also certified by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
The counselors at MedMark Blairsville understand that the recovery process is challenging, and they provide support for our patients as they overcome addiction. All of the services at our clinic are provided in a safe and non-judgmental environment to best help our patients recover.
Our treatment center is conveniently located in northern Georgia, approximately 20 miles south of the North Carolina border and about 30 miles from southeastern Tennessee. If you or a loved one in the Blairsville, GA area is in need of opiate addiction treatment, contact MedMark Treatment Centers today for more information. The caring and supportive team at our clinic is ready to help you get started with your methadone treatment program.
At MedMark Blairsville, our opiate addiction treatment program offers individual treatment planning to address each patient’s unique needs. When you visit our outpatient clinic in Blairsville, GA during an intake appointment, our medical professionals will develop an individualized treatment plan. Treatment options available at our clinic include:
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“This treatment center has changed my life by leaps and bounds. I really have my life back thanks MedMark Blairsville.”
“I would like to express my thanks for each staff member for working behind the scenes in order for every visit to run smoothly for the patients. I think it is nice how the counselors make a point to interact professionally with each patient as opposed to only their caseload.”