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What We Offer

Mental health or substance abuse issues are scary, but you don’t have to face them alone. Willowbrooke at Tanner has targeted services and resources to help you and your family heal — physically and emotionally.

24-hour crisis hotline

For immediate help or to schedule a free, confidential mental health screening, call the Willowbrooke at Tanner 24-hour helpline at 770-812-9551. Our admission counselors are here to provide professional support when you need it. Call today to schedule your free screening.

Help for anyone at any age

We provide services for children age 5 and up, adolescents, adults and elderly adults who may have one or more behavioral health or substance abuse concern.

Learn more about these Willowbrooke at Tanner services:

  • Adult mental health
  • Child and adolescent mental health
  • Addiction

Treatment programs for every need

Willowbrooke at Tanner’s treatment programs provide you or your loved one with the right care at the right time. Each patient can “step up” or “step down” to another level of care as needed to facilitate the healing process and help you get back to life.

We offer a full continuum of treatment programs for mental health and addiction, including:

  • Inpatient care
  • Outpatient care
  • Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
  • Regain at Willowbrooke Recovery and Renewal Program (ASAM level 2.1)
  • Journey at Willowbrooke addiction program through the Willowbrooke Counseling Center (ASAM level 1.0)
  • Child and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Tanner Intensive Family Intervention Program (TIFIP)
  • School-based Program
  • Willowbrooke Counseling Center

Learn more about these treatment programs or call 770-812-3266 to schedule a free, confidential mental health or substance abuse screening.

Our inpatient facility

At the heart of Willowbrooke at Tanner, the behavioral health service of Tanner Health System, is our 92-bed inpatient behavioral health facility and adjacent outpatient facility. Located in Villa Rica, a central location that is convenient for area residents, it is also close to Tanner Medical Center/Villa Rica in case of an emergency.

The facility of Willowbrooke at Tanner in Villa Rica.

Designed to be adaptable to care for patients of all ages, our inpatient facility currently has a total of 92 beds, with 72 beds available for adults, including a dedicated young adult unit for ages 18 to 25. (A separate 20-bed unit provides specialized care for adolescents ages 12 to 17.)

Since opening in 2009, a 2015 expansion added 30 rooms. In addition to specialized patient rooms, facility amenities include indoor and outdoor courtyards for rest and relaxation, a courtyard with a koi pond, indoor and outdoor dining options, a half-court indoor gymnasium with a climbing wall, special spaces for expressive and group therapy and more.

Our inpatient facility is a short-stay hospital — not a residential facility. The average length of time spent in inpatient treatment is less than seven days on average.

View our inpatient facility:

Willowbrooke Facility

Additional offices in Carrollton, Cartersville and Villa Rica provide soothing, modern spaces for our many treatment programs and outpatient services.

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