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​​​​​​​Screening and Assessment Services

A free and confidential screening is an important first step in determining just what level of care you or your adult family member may need. Following an in-depth screening​ and depending on individual needs, each patient will receive three referrals to community services or a Willowbrooke at Floyd program. The goal of the screening ​is to best determine the appropriate level of treatment for improved health, for either therapy, outpatient or inp​atient services. Every plan is personalized for improved health – because every journey is different – and the Willowbrooke tea​m​ is here to help.

Adult Mental Health and Substance Abuse Program

Many adults ages 18 and older with mental illness may also have problems with substance abuse and chemical dependency. Adults who have mental illness, substance abuse problems or both, called dual diagnosis, often benefit from the treatment, structure and support Willowbrooke at Floyd's adult program provides.

Understanding Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is a recognized medical brain disorder. It refers to the abuse of illegal or legal substances, such as drugs or alcohol. Substance abuse causes serious problems at work, school and in relationships. Individuals who are addicted can't simply stop using, and treatment for their addiction is serious and complex. Our skilled, experienced professionals at Willowbrooke at Floyd use their clinical expertise to help lead patients toward recovery using the appropriate treatments.  

Learning to Live a Healthier Life

Patients in the Adult Mental Health and Substance Abuse Partial Hospitalization Program return home every evening as they begin to take greater responsibility for their recovery and learn to live a healthier life. Willowbrooke at Floyd counselors also help family members understand their own hurt and anger, and show them how they can support their loved one on the path to recovery.

In addition, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Al-​Anon support group meetings are held on Wednesday evenings at Willowbrooke.

For More Information

For more information about our Adult Mental Health and Substance Abuse Program or other adult programs through Willowbrooke at Floyd, call 706.509.3500.