Bill's Place, Inc. is a turn key residential substance abuse program designed for the offender on probation or parole.
All of our offender clients are mandated by the court and supervised by their respective DCS offices. We are a highly structured fee-based service provider requiring 24/7 accountability and as such, do not accept every potential client. Our Program is confidential, anonymous and private.
Some offenders are still in custody & if appropriate a phone interview is scheduled. Confidentiality releases and applications are necessary for us to evaluate placement.
An assessment is a vital next step. Most of our clients have co-occurring disorders and additional services are required to ensure their needs are being met. Medications are an important part of treatment for many, especially when combined with counseling and other behavioral therapies.
Treatment may require varying combinations of services during its course. Support services needed may be access to transportation, medical and mental health, educational and vocational, legal and financial among others. It's important to tailor treatment around your needs, not just your substance of abuse.
Resources can be slim and few when one is in custody. Families grow tired of coming to the rescue because behaviors we chose got us here.
Bill's Place does not subscribe to a "quick-fix" requiring a long-term solution. You alone are responsible for the choices you have made and if you are serious, then we can help. If not, that's OK too. If you are committed to doing the right thing no matter what, then drop us a line or give us a call. We are here to make a difference with you and your families IF you make the effort.
It is our hope that we can help people help themselves and look forward to the next step in their lives, enhance one's self-esteem and allow them to make responsible and productive choices for their future.
We are 12-Step based in philosophy and discipline.
We follow all laws and break no agreements. We expect nothing less from our clients.
This is who we are and this is what YOU can count on.
Matrix Model for Criminal Justice Settings
Georgia Addictions Counselors Association (GACA)
National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC)
Georgia Council on Substance Abuse
We are a self-supporting non-profit, operating under no taxpayer burden. No grants or public assistance is used. We are 100% self-pay.
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