If you have been struggling with a mental health disorder such as anxiety or depression, you may have already begun the search to find a mental health treatment program in Atlanta. 

At Peachtree Wellness Solutions, we provide an intimate group setting where our clients are treated with the utmost compassion. Our goal is to help you get well, learn to change maladaptive coping mechanisms, and decrease the symptoms of mental health disorders. 

Mental Health Programs Offered in Atlanta, Georgia

We understand that mental health disorders are complex. We ensure that anyone who steps through our doors receives quality and individualized care to fit their needs. As such, we offer a number of different treatment programs that cater to the wide spectrum of mental health disorder. 

Residential Mental Health Treatment

Residential treatment allows clients to live exactly where they receive treatment while receiving round-the-clock care for ensured emotional and psychological support.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

PHP is a form of outpatient treatment that allows individuals to receive services during the day but return home or a structured mental health housing during the evening.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

IOP allows clients to receive outpatient services during the week while returning home during the evening. This option is best for those who have prior obligations.

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Mental Health Programs Offered in Atlanta, Georgia

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders can be severe disorders that are characterized by intense worry, panic, and fear.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that is characterized by drastic shifts in mood and energy levels.

PTSD + Trauma

PTSD is often associated with military combat, though anyone can be exposed to trauma, and develop PTSD.


ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects an individual's ability to focus, pay attention, and control impulses.

Dual Diagnosis

A dual diagnosis treatment center is a safe place where you can get mental healthcare and addiction treatment.


Learning the facts about OCD is an important step on the path to treatment and improved health.

Complicated Grief

For some, the grieving process doesn't end. They continue to feel extreme bereavement and loss without recovering.

Schizoeffective Disorder

Schizoaffective disorder is a mental health disorder that affects approximately 0.3% of the population.


According to the NIMH, 21 million adults in the U.S. had one major depressive episode in the previous 12 months.


Schizophrenia is a mental health disorder that has a negative impact on the ability to live a satisfying life.


When someone experiences psychosis the way their brain processes information causes a break with reality.


Trichotillomania is a treatable disorder that causes a person to experience recurrent urges to pull out their hair.

How Do I Know I'm A Good Fit For Mental Health Treatment?

Deciding to enter a mental health treatment program is an incredibly courageous step. Oftentimes, the fear of change can keep many from taking the brave step. However, continuing to live with untreated a mental health disorder is no way to live. If you’re questioning mental health treatment, here’s a few signs that treatment may be beneficial for you:

  • Persistent Symptoms: If you’re experiencing persistent symptoms that interfere with your daily life, such as overwhelming anxiety, prolonged sadness, mood swings, difficulty concentrating, or changes in sleep or appetite, seeking help could be beneficial.

  • Impact on Functioning: If your mental health struggles are impacting your ability to function at work, school, or in your relationships, it might be time to seek support.

  • Inability to Cope: If you’re having difficulty coping with stressors, emotions, or life events on your own, therapy or other mental health interventions can provide you with coping skills and support.

  • Feeling Stuck: If you feel stuck in negative patterns of thinking, behaving, or relating to others, treatment can help you gain insight and make positive changes.

  • Physical Symptoms: Sometimes, mental health issues can manifest as physical symptoms like headaches, stomachaches, or fatigue. If you’ve ruled out medical causes and suspect a psychological component, seeking mental health treatment could be beneficial.

  • Seeking Support: If you’re considering seeking mental health treatment, it’s a sign that you’re motivated to improve your well-being, which is a positive step in itself.

Benefits of Our Mental Health Programs in Atlanta

The following are among the many benefits of mental health treatment at our facility in Atlanta:

  • Personalized care: Your treatment will be guided by a unique plan that’s developed just for you. We’ll take the time to get to know you so that we can be sure we’re providing the services that align most closely with your needs, goals, and expectations.

  • Clinical quality: We employ many forms of evidence-based, research-supported therapies and services to help our patients. You can rest assured that you will receive quality care throughout your time at Peachtree Wellness Solutions.

  • Compassionate staff: We celebrate the strength of every person who makes the courageous decision to get help. While you’re with us, you can expect to be treated with the respect you deserve as a valued member of our patient community.

Before your time at our mental health facility in Atlanta concludes, you will also receive a customized aftercare plan. We want to be sure you’re connected with the resources that will support your continued progress for months and years to come. The time you spend with us may be relatively brief, but the benefits of receiving treatment at Peachtree Wellness Solutions can truly last a lifetime.

Find Mental Health Treatment in Atlanta Now

Recovery from mental health disorders is within your reach. If you or someone you love needs help overcoming mental illness, whether mild or acute, Peachtree Wellness Solutions in Atlanta knows how to help. We understand the despair that mental illness can cause and understand what it takes to recover. Call us now at 770-202-1274 or verify your insurance.

More on Mental Health

Mental health disorders can have an isolating impact. When you’re struggling with an untreated mental illness, you may begin to believe that you are all alone and that no one could possibly understand what you are going through.

The truth is that mental illnesses are quite common in the United States (and in many other areas). For example, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) reported the following mental health statistics from 2020:  

  • Almost 53 million American adults (or about 21% of the population ages 18 and above) had a mental health disorder.
  • About 14 million adults met the criteria for serious mental illness. The NIMH defines a serious mental illness as a disorder that causes significant functional impairment and limits a person’s ability to perform one or more major life activity. 
  • Mental illnesses affected about 30% of young adults ages 18-25, about 25% of adults ages 26-49, and about 14.5% of adults ages 50 and above.
  • About 26% of adult women and about 16% of adult men had a mental health disorder.

Unfortunately, although mental health disorders are far from rare in the U.S., most people who struggle with these conditions fail to get the help that could significantly improve their lives. According to the NIMH, fewer than half (47%) of adults who had a mental illness in 2020 received any type of professional care. This includes inpatient treatment, outpatient care, and medication. 

There are many reasons why a person may not get the mental healthcare they need. Sadly, one of these reasons is persistent stigma against people who have mental illnesses.

Here are a few fundamental truths about mental illness:

  • Mental health disorders are not signs of weakness, poor character, or insufficient willpower.
  • Mental illnesses are legitimate concerns that can affect people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, and socioeconomic groups. 
  • Virtually everyone who has a mental illness can benefit from professional treatment.
  • No one should feel shame or guilt because they have developed a mental illness.

Sadly, many people continue to believe widely debunked myths and stereotypes that run counter to the facts listed above. Stigma makes life drastically more difficult for people who struggle with mental illnesses. Its effects can include ruined relationships, lost job opportunities, and diminished self-esteem. It can also prevent people from seeking and accessing the services that can improve their health and enhance their overall quality of life.

The effects of mental health stigma have been affected by the COVID pandemic. This worldwide health crisis has also led to rising rates of mental health disorders and calls for more effective ways of diagnosing and treating people who have these conditions. 

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), COVID’s impact on mental health includes a 25% global increase in cases of anxiety and depression. Factors that may have contributed to this increase include health worries; financial uncertainties; social isolation; increased pressure on healthcare providers, teachers, and other essential personnel; and grief due to the deaths of loved ones. 

Psychologist Michele Nealon, Psy.D., addressed how COVID has affected mental health stigma in a World Health Day article on the United Nations website.  

“The pandemic accelerated long-time efforts in the professional mental health and physical health-care communities to de-stigmatize mental health issues and normalize the search for help for these kinds of problems,” Dr. Nealon wrote. “Public perceptions of mental illness are softening and conversations about the issue are becoming more frequent, open and inclusive, particularly among younger people.”

In addition to leading to increased awareness about the prevalence of mental illnesses, the COVID pandemic has also prompted improvements in how mental health services are provided. For example, access to telehealth options became much more widespread during the initial months of the pandemic, when social distancing requirements and travel limitations were more strictly enforced.

Don’t hesitate to contact us immediately. In the case of a medical emergency please contact 911 or visit your local emergency department.

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