Programs and Admission
The Bradley Center provides treatment for children, adolescents and adults, including those aged 6 and up.
Once you decide to receive treatment, either for you or child, you will have several options, depending upon your needs. They include:
Partial Hospitalization (day treatment for children, adolescents and adults)
This program is for treatment of psychiatric conditions or drugs and/or alchohol abuse. Patients must be admitted by a physician. They receive treatment Monday-Friday in either a full-day program (from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.) or half day program (from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.), depending upon their need.
The inpatient treatment program serves patients that need treatment for psychiatric conditions, alcohol and/or drug abuse, or medical detox. Patients must be admitted by a psychiatrist. This intensive program involves an average hospital stay of 5-7 days at The Bradley Center. Call 706-320-3700 for an appointment or assessment and ask for Intake Services.
The Bradley Center is a voluntary facility, and anyone may call for help. Assessments are needed for more intensive levels of care and are free for partial hospital and inpatient treatment programs. If you do not have a psychiatrist on our clinical staff, a staff member will coordinate this for you. The psychiatrist will make the decision about admission, and a physician referral is not necessary.
The Bradley Center accepts most types of insurance, plus Medicare and private pay. The staff can assist you with determining whether or not your insurance covers mental health and/or drug and alcohol treatment.
If The Bradley Center cannot provide the services you need, a staff member will gladly refer you to other community resources for assistance.