Deaf and Hard of Hearing Drug Rehab Centers in Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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A comprehensive and accurate directory of deaf and hearing-impaired alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers in Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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GPA Treatment Inc

Road to Recovery Inc

CHRIS 180 Inc

MARR Inc Mens Recovery Center

Metro Atlanta Recovery Residences Right Side Up DeKalb and Fulton Div

Talbott at Dunwoody

WestCare Georgia

Anchor Hospital Behavioral Health System

River Edge Behavioral Health Center Center for Health and Rehabilitation

American Alt Court Services (AACS) Atlanta

HUGS Recovery Center Humanity United with God for Society

Saint Judes Recovery Center Inc Mens Residence

Saint Judes Recovery Center Inc Detox

Synapse LLC

Alcohol and Drug Rehabs for the Deaf and Hearing-Impaired

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated:04/30/2024

Alcohol and Drug Rehabs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Atlanta

Deaf  and hearing-impaired individuals experience the same mental health concerns as hearing individuals. Deaf and hearing-impaired people can often have a hard time finding equitable access to mental health services.  We have created a directory that will aid the Deaf and hearing-impaired with treatment centers that deal with mental health and addiction.

Here you will find addiction treatment facilities that have services and accommodations for people who are deaf and hearing-impaired.

Rehabs with sign language interpreters are extremely important for Substance Use Disorders among the deaf population. Below is a comprehensive list of drug treatment centers that have specialized programs designed specifically for persons with a hearing impairment.

Stats regarding SUD’s and the Deaf Community

  •  Individuals that have a disability are at higher risk for misusing alcohol and/or other drugs than the general population. 1
  • The National Council on Alcoholism suggests that at least 600,000 individuals experience both alcoholism and hearing loss.1