Greenleaf Behavioral Health Hospital
About Greenleaf Behavioral Health Hospital
Greenleaf Behavioral Health Hospital aims to be the premiere treatment program for behavioral and substance use disorders in Southern Georgia. We are a 103-bed facility, treating adolescents and adults who struggle with mental health illnesses. These include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and more. Sometimes, adults and children who suffer from these kinds of disorders turn to drugs and alcohol as a means of self-medication. However, when people do this, they can become dependent on that substance and take a toll on their emotional and physical well-being.
At Greenleaf, we believe the best way to treat our patients is by helping them create a strong foundation that sets the stage for a successful, long-term recovery. When someone abuses a substance, they will continue to use their chosen drug despite the negative consequences. We recognize how difficult it is for someone to recognize that they have a problem and take the first steps towards changing it. This dependence on a substance makes it challenging for people who began with a co-occurring disorder. That is why we help treat addictions, so that anyone entering our program can leave with a fresh start.
The devoted team of professionals at Greenleaf are dedicated to getting the lives of adults and adolescents back on track by providing truly individualized treatment. We provide top-of-the-line, compassionate, and skills-based treatment to meet the needs of everyone who stays with us. We strive to offer another chance at a life that is worth living and is one that our patients wish to stay sober for. Call us today to be connected with one of our admissions counselors for free. They’ll provide a free, confidential screening to see how Greenleaf Behavioral Health Hospital can help you or your loved one get back on track for long-lasting healing.
- Substance Abuse
- Mood & Personality Disorders
- Thinking Disorders
- Swimming pool
- Recreation room
- Private Setting
- Individual & Group Therapy
- A.A. and N.A. Meetings
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Emotionally Focused THerapy
- Interpersonal Therapy