For referral or admission to St. Jude's detoxification unfit, residential and outpatient treatment programs, please contact St. Jude's Admissions Department at (404) 249-6272
St. Jude's clients receive intensive treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders including services such as intake and assessments, treatment planning, mental health treatment, life skills training, health and nutrition education, job readiness, medication management, individual and group counseling, 12-step education and groups, parenting education, continuing care, and family and children services.
|Healthcare Center In Midtown
It is an exciting time for St. Jude's Recovery Center (SJRC), as the organization prepares to expand its services to make an even greater impact in the Atlanta community. This new facility will bring to Midtown Atlanta an integrated healthcare solution to hundreds of low-income men, women, veterans, and families with children who would not otherwise be able to pay for treatment.
This is truly a game-changing development for the problem of addiction and mental health disorders in Midtown Atlanta. For 54 years, SJRC has been at the vanguard of providing effective services and programs to metropolitan Atlanta's and Georgia's underserved, vulnerable populations. In fact this isn't just our dream. Many individuals, foundations and corporations have come together to take a vacant lot and turn it into a critical piece of the revitalization of Midtown Atlanta.
A 20-bed medically monitored, residential, sub-acute detoxification program. This level of care serves clients who are intoxicated, in imminent withdrawal or experiencing withdrawal symptoms that require 24-hour medical supervision, but do not require the intensity of hospital detoxification services. The duration of the detoxification period is individualized and based on withdrawal symptoms. On average clients stay 16 days before being transitioned to the next level of care.
|Men's Residential Treatment Facility
A 49-bed residential housing program for men that provides addiction treatment and mental health services. Clients live in a therapeutic community and participate in a structured recovery program. Upon completion of this program, clients are required to become employed and attend evening addiction treatment activities, including 12-Step meetings.
|Women's Residential Treatment Facility
A 16-bed residential housing program for women that provides addiction treatment and mental health services. Clients live in a therapeutic community and participate in a structured recovery program. Upon completion of this program, clients are required to become employed and attend evening addiction treatment activities, including 12-Step meetings.
|Family Care Center
A 22-bed transitional housing program for women with children. The program provides addiction treatment which includes case management, life skills training, parenting education, family reunification, group and individual counseling and job readiness training. Therapeutic childcare is also provided to children ages four and under.
An 8-bed sober living residence for St. Jude's clients that have completed at least six months of intensive addiction treatment and are employed. Program services include bi-weekly aftercare group, random drug screens and community group meetings.
|Veterans Recovery Residence
An 8-bed halfway house for male veterans as they begin the process of reintegration into the community. All residents were homeless veterans and have completed at least six months of intensive addiction treatment. Residents participate in bi-weekly aftercare groups, random drug screens and community group meetings.
|Candler Forrest Special Needs Housing
Provides 42 units of permanent supportive housing to homeless single parenting adults who are in recovery and have children. Each family, with up to three children, resides in a two or three bedroom apartment and receives recovery support services. Residents have completed at least six months of intensive addiction treatment and are employed.
|Project Open Arms
A permanent housing program with 24 one bedroom and 3 two bedroom apartments for homeless and disabled veterans recovering from alcohol and drug addiction, and psychiatric disorders including PTSD. Residents have completed three to six months of intensive addiction treatment, are employed and have access to ongoing case management and wraparound services.
|Welcome Home: A permanent housing program with 3 three-bedroom apartments and 3 two-bedroom apartments for chronically homeless women with their children. Onsite case management and supportive services are available.|
Day Treatment Services: Provides evidence-based educational groups, individual and group therapy, skill building groups, 12-Step spirituality, and relapse prevention. The length of the program is 8-10 weeks, depending on the client's needs.
Family Services: Provides family counseling, education and support. Services are available to anyone affected by another person's addiction to alcohol or drugs.
Continuing Care Program: Offers clients support and counseling services upon completion of day treatment services.
Employment Services: Provides all clients with comprehensive supportive services as they enter or reenter the labor force. Services include job readiness activities such as personal financial management skills, career counseling, interview skills, and resume-building.
Health Services: Provides all clients with physical assessments, basic medical care, health and nutrition education, medication monitoring, and referrals to outside healthcare providers.
12-Step Meetings: On-site 12-Step meetings are provided to anyone in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. Meetings include Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
St. Jude's Recovery Center is licensed by the Healthcare Facility Regulation Division of the Department of Community Health and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation and Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). The organization has been CARF accredited since 1997.