Acceptance Recovery Center provides education, shelter, and support in a structured, transitional, therapeutic community for the displaced and addicted populations while empowering them to become productive members of society.
“What sets us aside from other recovery residences is the level of proven structure and accountability each resident is required to abide by in order to participate in the program. Our residents are required to attend local community support meetings and maintain employment, all while completing evidence-based groups such as MRT, Prime Solutions, and other cognitive-behavioral therapies. Our program is not merely targeting a change of behavior. We are working with our residents to help them change the way they think so they can change their behavior, thus reducing the incarceration, homelessness, and recidivism rates in Georgia.”
— Founder, Brandy W. Anderson, BA, NCAC I, CAC II, MATS
Go to Acceptance Recovery Center to learn more about about this organization and how to get involved.