Atlanta Outpatient Programs for Mental Health & Substance Use
6425 Powers Ferry Rd, Suite 300, Atlanta 30339
You have questions, we have answers.
We get it, there’s a lot you probably want to know before joining our program. We’re happy to answer any, and all, of your questions. If you have a specific question, or just want to hear more about The Berman Center, give us a call or send an email, and we’ll make sure to get back to you as soon as possible.
We can be reached at 770-336-7444 or email@example.com. If you want to speak directly to admissions, contact (678) 786-1214 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. The Berman Center collaborates closely with several transitional sober living programs.
No. We individualize everyone’s treatment plans to his/her needs.
Yes. The Berman Center does take insurance. We can help you determine your coverage by submitting a verification of benefits request. For a better understanding of the costs, please call 770-336-7444.
Yes. All of our clinicians are licensed in the state of Georgia.
Yes, we include work on spiritual well-being such as spiritual speakers, art therapy and other experiential therapies, in every program at The Berman Center.
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Call our admissions line for program info and discuss insurance/cost. We will schedule a tour. If they are appropriate and want to move forward, we will schedule a full assessment for as soon as possible.
Yes, we offer scholarship forms for families in need.
Mental Health Primary PHP- $40,000 for 10 weeks. For substance clients- 44,500 for 10 weeks. 8weeks of IOP for mental health primary- 22,450. 8weeks of IOP for substance client $26,050.
Our individualized care truly focused on the client’s direct needs daily. We believe in a soul to soul connection where clients can develop their sense of self while belonging to a supportive community.
We will set up a tour and discuss client needs. We try to speak to potential clients about their willingness or resistence. We will provide resources to help families navigate if the potential client is unwilling to voluntarily begin treatment.
We asses to make sure that we are the most appropriate fit. We are happy to help clients work through any legal issues and provide documentation as long as they are not violent charges.
We do not provide transportation.
We encourage prospective clients to prioritize their treatment. The benefit of IOP level of care is that you have the ability to maintain various responsibilities while getting treatment. We can also work with schools and employers for short term disabilities or FMLA. We do have a set structure and commitment but we are happy to accommodate where we can.
CBT, DBT, Experiential, Psychodrama, RRT, Psychoeducation, IFS, Evidence Based, Trauma focused.
PHP is 5 days a week from 10am-3:30pm. IOP is 3 days a week from 10am-1pm
Both the Berman Center and Ignite have alumni groups that meet bi-weekly.
Yes, both programs have an alumni program. The Berman center alumni group is called TRIBE. We meet twice a month on Wednesday evenings. One night is an informal process group where alumni can share successes and struggles in a supportive community. The other night is an outside activity paid for by The Berman Center. We have done escape rooms, bowling, painting classes, The Botanical Gardens, etc. Ignite at The Berman Center also has an alumni group that meets weekly for continued community connection for the adolescents.
Our Partial Hospitalization Program is a 10 week commitment. 4 weeks of PHP and 6 weeks of IOP. Our IOP program is an 8 week commitment. We typically recommend a step down process in addition to programming. The step down process is a helpful transition for clients to adjust back into their routine. Step down’s vary in length and are an additional fee.
Individual therapy is once a week.
We offer and encourage family therapy every other week. We also have two weekly virtual family groups. One of which is a process group for families to discuss their needs. The other group is a focused skills group to review what the clients are working on each week.
Yes, two psychiatrists and a psychiatric nurse practitioner.
We have a gym and yoga studio.
We have a lot of interactive and exciting electives but we do not leave the property with clients.
Yes, we have a cafe with booths. We have a pacman machine and a shuffleboard. Ignite has a teen lounge with a TV, ping pong table and comfortable seating.
We provide lunch for our Partial Hospitalization Program clients.