HealthQwest Stockbridge is an Outpatient Addiction Treatment program committed to help those who are addicted to opiates such as heroin, morphine, Oxycontin, oxycodone, and others through a combination of medication and counseling. We treat patients with Opioid Use Disorder by providing General Outpatient (IOP) and Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with methadone, buprenorphine/Suboxone, and Vivitrol coupled with one-on-one, individualized counseling from our Certified Addiction Counselors. Our clinic looks forward to helping serve our community to make Henry County a healthier, happier place.
Great and caring staff! They remembered my name, my birthday and always worked with me to ensure my health and well-being. Could not say enough good things about the center. Would recommend, 100% saved my life!!!
— HealthQwest Stockbridge Patient
The people are very professional and very concerned about your well-being, your health and your mental state. Everybody is very nice, I'm glad I had this experience - such an amazing people!
— HealthQwest Stockbridge Alumni
HealthQwest Stockbridge is a Georgia outpatient drug rehab for patients struggling with addiction to opioids, such as heroin and fentanyl. HealthQwest uses a blend of medication-assisted treatment and individual or group therapy to help people recover from drug abuse. Our convenient location allows us to also provide outpatient drug rehab to clients in nearby Clayton and Rockdale Counties. For clients who do not drive, routes 431 and 432 on the Xpress GA bus system have stops in Stockbridge.
Stockbridge, Georgia, a welcoming city in Henry County, is home to the Panola Mountain State Park, the Stockbridge Village, the Norman Rockwell Museum, and the historical Nash Farm Park.
Successful recovery from addiction to narcotics requires an individualized treatment plan tailored to each client’s specific needs. Each prospective client interested in methadone or Suboxone treatment is required to participate in a thorough evaluation. The results will help our drug and alcohol counselors choose the best combination of medication and therapy.
Treating opioid and fentanyl addiction using a combination of medication and more traditional counseling often results in more sustained sobriety than either treatment administered on its own. After withdrawal symptoms are adequately controlled with the patient-specific and optimal dose of methadone, he or she is better able to focus on uncovering and managing the underlying causes of their addiction.
We accept multiple health insurance plans for opioid addiction treatment at our Stockbridge facility, including Medicaid and Medicare.