Choose from 585+ Behavioral Health Locations in More Than 40 States & the UK

Inpatient

Inpatient treatment within the Acadia Healthcare network is an intensive, short-term experience for adolescents and adults who have been experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms. Inpatient care features round-the-clock support to help you achieve stabilization so that you can return home or transition to a lower level of care. Typical length of stay at the inpatient level is five to seven days.

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Residential

Residential treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health concerns allows adolescents and adults to step away from the pressures and distractions of daily life and focus on their health. Residential programs within the Acadia network feature personalized care and 24/7 support. Depending on your needs, length of stay at the residential level can range from a few weeks to several months.

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Detoxification

If you have been unable to stop using alcohol or other drugs prior to starting treatment, detoxification may be the ideal first step on your recovery journey. Detox programs at facilities within the Acadia network are safe and supportive environments where experienced professionals help you complete the withdrawal process with minimal discomfort. Typical length of stay in detox is three to five days.

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Outpatient

Facilities within the Acadia network offer multiple outpatient options, including partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), and traditional outpatient services, for adolescents and adults who have been experiencing addiction concerns and mental health challenges. Features of outpatient care include structured clinical services, flexibility, and increased independence.

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Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment, or MAT, is a specialized form of outpatient care for adults who have been struggling with opioid addiction. MAT features the use of certain prescription medications that allow you to stop using opioids without experiencing withdrawal symptoms, as well as therapy to help you make the lifestyle changes that will promote long-term recovery.

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Our Comprehensive Treatment Network

42,000+ Employees · 18,000+ Beds · 585+ Locations · 2 Continents · 1 Network

As the largest provider of behavioral healthcare services in the world, Acadia Healthcare owns and operates treatment facilities in nearly 600 cities throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom. Our network of treatment facilities offers multiple levels of care for various behavioral health and substance use disorders. At Acadia, our primary goal is to meet patients where they’re at in their treatment process. We do this by providing a multitude of levels of care, including detoxification, residential treatment for addiction, residential treatment for dual diagnosis, acute psychiatric inpatient hospitalization, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) services, and an array of outpatient programming options, ranging from partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) to traditional outpatient services. Our expansive network of treatment facilities creates greater access to care, reduces the stigma associated with mental illness and addiction, and offers those in our communities a safe environment in which to receive the treatment they need.

Our Facilities

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Substance Abuse Detox
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Residential Mental Health
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Opioid Maintenance Treatment
Outpatient Treatment

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