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DUI Intervention Program
Georgia Department of
Behavioral Health and
on Family Violence
DUI & Defensive Driving
Georgia Department of
NEEDS & SALCE
Evaluation and testing
DUI and Drug Courts
evaluation, testing and
As part of the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act of 1996, the federal government has
established a set of rules for covered entities under HIPAA.
These rules cover privacy and confidentiality of health care
information and security procedures for confidential health
information. While the government continues to revise
HIPAA requirements, employees must complete HIPAA
training on privacy and confidentiality regulations by April
13, 2003. The Road to Recovery, Inc. is HIPAA compliant.
|Road to Recovery Funding Sources
The Road to Recovery is a private-for-profit professional counseling agency. As such, it
does not receive any type of local, state, or federal government grants from any public or
private source. Thus, the Road to Recovery is able to serve all patients which pay for their
services without using tax-payer dollars. Nonetheless, the Road to Recovery does not
deny services for inability to pay. All services provided at Reduced or No-Cost are
donated as Pro-Bono work by the Road to Recovery without any form of reimbursement.
Reduced fees and payment plans are provided for individuals who qualify for these
benefits. Financial hardship cases are handled on a case-by-case basis. Full and Partial
scholarships are considered when requested directly by a sentencing judge for a case
under special or unusual temporary circumstances.
In some instances, the Road to Recovery refers cases of individuals who are experiencing
long-term financial difficulties to non-profit 501 (c) (3) agencies, organizations recipients
of subsidies, private and public funding to provide short term and long-term care
behavioral health services at no cost or low cost to indigent individuals and families.
We accept cash, Visa and MasterCard credit/debit cards and money orders.
|"A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step"
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The Road to Recovery is a behavioral health practice with clinics located in Atlanta, East Point,
Forest Park, Gainesville, Marietta and Sandy Springs. Outpatient substance abuse treatment
and psychological counseling services are provided in English and Spanish by licensed and
certified, bilingual and bi-cultural counselors with professionalism, warmth, empathy, care and
The Road to Recovery is committed to improving the mental health services and the
accessibility of social services in our community. We dedicate ourselves to being a center of
excellence in providing mental health and psychological counseling services of the highest
quality. We pledge professionalism, warmth, empathy, care and respect for our patients in
their journey toward a healthy and functional live. We are dedicated to maintaining our
position as the State of Georgia's leader in specialized psychological and counseling services.
Our services are provided directly in English and Spanish by licensed and certified, bilingual
and bi-cultural behavioral health professionals with warmth, empathy, care and respect.
The Road to Recovery leads the way in the area of research and development along with
professional development training in cultural competency and the ethics of working with
culturally diverse populations among a variety of specialized mental health training areas.
Among its clinical and administrative staff, the Road to Recovery employs an increasing
number of highly qualified professionals from the United States of America, Latin America and
around the world. The Road to Recovery clinical team includes a Clinical Director, Compliance
Officers, Clinical Supervisors and experienced, licensed, and certified independent contractors
who reflect the diversity and richness of the community we serve. Since 1995, the Road to
Recovery has maintained its position as the State of Georgia's leader in specialized culturally
and linguistically competent behavioral health services.