“The Decatur Morgan Center provides high quality medical care to individuals suffering from substance addiction, including alcohol, opiate, cocaine, methadone, heroin, methadone, heroin, and marijuana abuse. “Decatur” is the middle name of the city. “The Decatur Morgan Center provides a safe, drug-free medical care to withdrawals.”
The Decatur facility is located on the main campus of the Atlanta university – The University of Georgia at Atlanta. “The center’s location on the Atlanta campus provides opportunities to provide care to the most vulnerable, the most severely addicted patients, and the most demanding patients.” According to their website the center “provides detoxification and care following hospital discharge.” They say, “This treatment center is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Drug Treatment Programs,” or CADT. “The Center provides personalized services to its residents, ranging from intensive, one-on-one care to standard hospitalization.” They offer “treatment options, including residential detox and outpatient care.” “Housing is available at both the main campus and a secondary campus, which serve the Atlanta area only.”
The addiction treatment centers are certified by The Georgia Department of Corrections and Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. The center offers programs, “such as alcohol and drug detox, residential treatment programs, and outpatient treatment.” The Atlanta University Medical Center is a non-profit organization and is located in the heart of Atlanta’s Buckhead district. They offer a variety of services that help people get off drugs.