Aspire Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability Services is a leader in the treatment of addiction, mental health challenges, and co-occurring disorders. Co-occurring refers to a mental health condition and a substance abuse disorder occurring at the same time.
The Touchstone Dual Diagnosis Residential Program provides treatment for adults ages 18+ who are experiencing problems with co-occurring mental health and addictive disease challenges.
The individuals in Aspire’s Touchstone program receive comprehensive, individualized treatment and training. This helps participants develop recovery skills in the least restrictive yet safe environment that best meets their needs. This recovery-focused, evidence-based model is initiated at the time of admission and remains throughout the entire treatment process.
Touchstone is a 28 bed, evidenced-based residential treatment program designed to provide a 24/7 structured and supportive environment for recovery.
The population mix is male and female adults 18 years of age and older who are housed in separate units according to gender.
Each participant entering the program will participate in an orientation to the program and will receive an Orientation Handbook.
It is the philosophy of the Touchstone Dual Diagnosis Residential Program that addiction is a disease that affects all aspects of an individual’s well-being. Services are directed at recovering the whole person.
In the final phase of treatment, participants will learn how to remain drug and alcohol free, how to become responsible, productive citizens, and find work during their time in the program.
TOUCHSTONE DUAL DIAGNOSIS RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM
55 R.E. Jennings Avenue SE
Arlington, Georgia 39813
T: 229.725.3332 / F: 229.725.3331