Substance Use Recovery

Supporting Pregnant and Postpartum Women in Their Path to Recovery


We understand the struggles of dealing with substance use disorders, and we’re committed to offering support and resources that aid in recovery. Our programs in Georgia are tailored specifically for this purpose.

The Millennium Center and Pines Family Campus are CARF-accredited centers in the Valdosta and Cuthbert areas, signifying they meet the rigorous standards for quality in substance use disorder for pregnant and postpartum women. This accreditation ensures that our facilities adhere to the highest standards of care and service in the field. We accept clients from all over the state. Our primary aim is to empower women to become independent through our extensive treatment programs. A key part of our approach is to keep mothers and their children together during the recovery process, strengthening family bonds and ensuring a supportive environment. We focus on instilling lasting positive changes within the family through a family-focused recovery model. Our programs help women learn to manage their addictions and mental health issues with effective coping strategies. Additionally, we offer job readiness and parenting education to enhance personal and family stability.

Our compassionate team is dedicated to creating a supportive atmosphere, helping each individual on their path to a healthier and more fulfilling life.


Referrals for screening and assessment are accepted through various channels, including the Department of Family and Children Services (DFACS), Accountability Court (Drug Court), or self-referrals.

Screening and Assessment Services:

Professional screening and assessment services tailored to women with children aged 13 and younger are provided on site at both Pines Family Campus and the Millenium Center.

Eligibility for Priority Assessments:

Pregnant mothers using intravenous (IV) drugs and pregnant mothers currently abusing substances receive priority assessments. These individuals will be assessed within 3 days or directed to a facility with available beds if necessary.

Mothers using IV drugs who are not currently pregnant also receive priority assessments whenever possible. These individuals will be assessed within 2 weeks or directed to a facility with available beds as needed.

96 Millennium Dr.Cuthbert, GA 39840


305 Smith Ave.Valdosta, GA 31601


About the Family Focused Recovery Model

We prioritize the Family Focused Recovery (FFR) Model, a comprehensive program tailored to support mothers with substance use disorder and their children. FFR is one of the few programs in the country that combines intensive addiction treatment, behavioral health treatment services, and family support. It addresses underlying concerns that inhibit physical, mental, and behavioral health. Additionally, these programs prevent family separation, provide prolonged care and support for mothers and infants, reduce the risk of relapse, and lead to fewer neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) and NICU births.

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