The Pines at Willingway, based in Statesboro, Ga., is offering new behavioral health and addiction treatment options for adolescents ages 14 to 18. In addition, The Pines has also launched a freestanding Relapse Prevention Program, REFOCUS, for adults who need to recalibrate after undergoing more comprehensive treatment in the past.

The Pines at Willingway is a comprehensive program for adolescents that encompasses detoxification, residential treatment and partial hospitalization services for teens dealing with alcohol and drug problems.

“We have seen a growing need in the community for adolescent programs to treat addiction,” said Cherie Tolley, CEO of The Pines of Willingway. “Our evidence-based approach to addiction recovery provides teens with a framework to achieve sobriety and the skills to maintain long-term recovery.”

The REFOCUS program provides a safe, medically supervised detox and treatment program that is grounded in the 12-step principles and includes the Gorksi Model Relapse Prevention Programming, an accelerated path to coping with and learning triggers, and individual and group therapy.

The relapse program is a 14-day intensive initiative.

Both programs are housed in new, 5,000-square-foot buildings on the Willingway campus. The buildings include 20 beds for the adolescent program, 16 beds for REFOCUS, and offer patients access to an indoor pool and hot tub as well as outdoor recreation areas.   

Willingway has been providing addiction treatment for clients and their families since 1974. The Pines at Willingway and Willingway are owned by Summit BHC, a national provider of behavioral health and addiction treatment services.

For more information, visit Willingway.com/the-pines or call 888-445-4510.