Northeast Georgia Health System - Laurelwood

Georgia (GA) > Rehab Centers in Gainesville, GA
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4.1
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743 Spring Street
Gainesville, Georgia 30501

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  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

Treatment Center Settings

  • Hospital

Facility Highlights

Family Therapy

Individual Therapy

Group Therapy

Treatment Center Philosophy

A part of Northeast Georgia Medical Center, Laurelwood is dedicated to providing quality substance abuse and dual diagnosis treatment to men and women suffering from the disease of addiction. The rehab offers a full continuum of care, including detox, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization and outpatient services, along with evidence-based treatment modalities and an interdisciplinary treatment team. All levels of treatment are 12-Step based and provide structured programs designed to facilitate self-awareness and self-sufficiency.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

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Meet The Staff

Ana Segarra-Brechtel, M.D.
Medical Director

Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine. Education: University of Puerto Rico. Residency: University of Florida in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

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Shah, Heerain, MD

Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine. Education: Medical College of Georgia. Residency: Medical College of Georgia, Johns Hopkins University.

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User Reviews

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Anonymous
3.0
Good
I went here the first time after a suicide attempt and it was completely and udderly a joke. Yeah I talked to a doctor alright, and a therapist and they seem to think I was all fine and dandy. I was discharged and came back that night cause they didn't fully explain what I was going through with my guardian and totally neglected my specific situations and problems. In turn I got so overwhelmed that I had a nervous breakdown and the police was called out, I was taken back to the ER and was re-admitted because of far worse suicidal thoughts then before I was firstly admitted. Once I got there the staff that was fairly nice to me the first time was now rude and annoyed I was back, it only made me feel worse. When I was woken up, I was segregated and put on full restriction. I couldn't talk to anyone, I couldn't choose what I ate, the only time I had any other human contact was my therapist and groups. And yet again it was the same as before, I'm sitting here feeling like I'm in prison for mental health issues that I couldn't control and didn't know how to cope with effectively cause they're too blinded by their paychecks to do their job and help me and properly diagnosis me. I was yet again discharged later that day, I decided enough was enough, so I decided to go to an actual DECENT psychiatrist and I was diagnosed with major depression with psychotic features, ADHD/add, and ODD. Which may I remind you that the doctors at laurelwood thought I was fine and dandy just going through a little teenage depression. so after I was treated like that at laurelwood psychiatric hospital I WOULD NEVER RECOMMEND THIS PLACE EVER! You'll only come out with more problems then you started with.
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L
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I was here many years ago & it was top notch help. Groups & therapy all day every day. I was there 2 wks. I recently went back & it was a joke! Maybe 2 groups a day, focused on addiction, which I don\'t have. Seemingly led by students. They kept me 3 days, their norm now. I was shocked. Employees are just there for a check & it shows. No one can get better in 3-5 days. It\'s a glorified jail. They keep you there & feed you & that\'s about it. I\'d never recommend this place to anyone who really needed help. Don\'t know if Obamacare destroyed it or what, but it\'s pathetic now. Go elsewhere if you need help! You won\'t get it there!
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W
No Rating
Aweful company. No organization. Profit is more important than people!
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Anonymous
5.0
Excellent
they are always there when you need them they really need to keep a very good eye on you and other people that is in there and wake you up for breakfast and the morning other then that they are good place they help you with all your problems that you have they also take of your meds for you they give it out to you they also have group time to ask how you feel and why
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Anonymous
3.3
Good
Very clean and nicely put together ...Not enough accommodations The facility is too pricy
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Anonymous
5.0
Excellent
Care Help clean fun great programs -- a good things about the program. time outside time out of your wing both seemed short. Great AA program Inpatient or out patient.
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Anonymous
3.0
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Some were nice and caring Rude, unthoughtful, could not think of ever going back there I admitted myself and later decided this was the worst place I could have admitted myself. They put several people of different levels of need in the same place and the staff was incredibly rude.
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Marilyn
4.3
Great
The counselors were able to find philosophical modalities that my daughter could relate to for her aftercare and ongoing care portions or her recovery. Somewhat expensive if you don't have insurance. The counselors realized that there were co-occurring mental health issues and addressed them early in my daughter's treatment. They were able to stabilize her on medications that didn't create additional problems - something that happened in the past.
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Anonymous
4.0
Great
Caring people. No real weakness, just the nature of the business is rough. My uncle was admitted for alcohol abuse. This seemed to help. The rules were strict but fair.
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Anonymous
4.0
Great
they got the job done quick and easy. they helped my loved one be able to get clean and to stay clean, the staff was friendly and kind.
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Anonymous
5.0
Excellent
Strengths: they are always around to watch you. Weaknesses: no internet usage cant get in touch with anyone. its a very great place.
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Anonymous
4.3
Great
they got the job done. i would tell anyone that is need treatment to check them out because it a great place to go.
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LF
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The Mental Health section is GREAT!!! The substance abuse section has a lot to be desired. The Groups are Great though. Most of the staff does not know how it is to be a addict much less have a very strong addiction problem. When you're ready it is a great start.. But YOU HAVE TO BE READY!!!
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Ellen
3.7
Very Good
There needs to be more focus on getting to the root of your addiction and why you are an addict as opposed to just working a program. Yea you can be taught to work a program but until you get to the root of the problem will you then be able to learn from and change your behavior. It was good that they were very strict on group participation efforts and would not let anyone stay in bed during group or recreational times. However, they didn't seem to be to good at roommate placement.
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Elizabeth
4.7
Excellent
Great resources. The groups where very good, something to talk about at each group. Great with counseling!
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