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GardenCenter Therapy

Augusta, Georgia - USA (Richmond County)

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GardenCenter Therapy in Augusta, GA is in a unique position. This facility can offer therapy services for both Georgia and South Carolina residents. That's because Augusta, GA, is so close to the South Carolina state line in that area that there is a city of North Augusta, South Carolina.

Augusta, GA, GardenCenter Therapy facilities can offer family counseling as well as individual and group counseling sessions. The counseling services can be for families who are experiencing problems within the home severe enough to disrupt normal living and routines. They can also be for those people who suffer from depression, anxiety disorders, and other problems.

GardenCenter Therapy services for Georgia and South Carolina residents can also include help for those people who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction, or even a lifestyle addiction. Examples of lifestyle addictions are eating disorders, a gambling addiction, and even Internet addiction. This latter does exist, and the numbers of people who suffer from it are growing daily.

GardenCenter Therapy in Augusta, GA, will determine the type of addiction or problem that is present and direct those seeking help to the appropriate counselors. If necessary, the facility can help with finding or even provide inpatient care for those suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, and outpatient care for those who are only in need of those services.

When possible, GardenCenter Therapy services for Georgia and South Carolina residents will work around family schedules so that as little interruption as possible occurs. The staff members know that stress is often a large part of the problems that plague families, and will do their best to see that no additional burdens are placed on family members.

If you need information on GardenCenter Therapy services for Georgia and South Carolina residents, you can call (706) 664-0799, and provide a brief explanation of your reason for calling. You will then be referred to the appropriate persons.

  • phone
  • hotline
  • intake
  • fax
  • primary
  • secondary
  • Detox
  • Halfway House
  • Short Term Care
  • Long Term Care
  • Outpatient
  • Hospitalization
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