Oconee Center has six (6) board of directors who offer direction, guidance, and oversight to the Oconee Center through the Executing Director. A director is elected by the respective Board of County Commissioner to represent each of Oconee Center’s six-count service areas. Baldwin Count has two elected representatives. The executive director is appointed directly by Oconee Community Service Board and is responsible for the daily operations of the Oconee Center.
This is a therapeutic center which has rehabilitative, social skills building service for individuals with long-term psychiatric and co-occurring disabilities. Their goal is to provide recovery, empowerment focused environment so that consumers can reside in the community of their choice and live a fulfilled life.
Awesome and caring staff. They helped get me back on the right path. I am foreve... Read MoreHorresh
The people are so nice and professional. I was a nurse that became addicted and ... Read MoreJoe
I have ever seen like this center, very impressive and kind staff.Blesson
Good people all around. Had some good times! ThanksTrailor
People tell me everyday that i'm a whole new person, and "whatever" i "did" real... Read MoreSamantha
No. Detox is not a stand-alone treatment option. Research shows the longer the time between detox and residential treatment, the greater the risk of relapse. This is why clients immediately transition from the detox program into one of our treatment programs.
Traveling for treatment lets you take a step back from the driving forces behind your addiction, whether they are stressed, individuals, or situations. Choosing to receive treatment in your local area can make it difficult to focus on what is most important, which is your recovery.