Midway Recovery Systems was founded in May 1982 in response to increasing concerns about the dual problem of alcohol and drug addiction in the Griffin, Georgia area, and the lack of residential supportive facilities in the community.
One of our founding principles includes a “venture of spirituality,” which remains a cornerstone of the Midway philosophy today. The founders recognized the importance of living in a recovery-focused environment, particularly during early recovery.
In the beginning, most graduates of Midway’s residential program were able to transition back into their lives. However, for some residents, another option was needed. In 2002, Midway expanded to include an Aftercare Extended Program where graduates from the 90-day program could opt to stay an additional three months.
Today, Midway has a solid reputation among the recovery community, having admitted referrals from Ridgeview Institute in Smyrna, Willingway in Statesboro, and Anchor Hospital in College Park. With a range of clinical and peer professionals to recovering veteran mentors; our recovery specialists are recognized for their dedication to the victims of the disease of addiction.
Located at 119 South Tenth Street in Griffin, Georgia, this attractive facility consists of two well-landscaped and beautifully decorated buildings. We also offer numerous recreational activities. Midway has a strong history of success with its residents, having treated more than 1,200 individuals with residential care, counseling and family intervention.
Why Choose Midway?
At Midway we provide a safe, therapeutic environment for men (ages 21 and older) who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, to begin their recovery process. Our staff members have nearly 50 years of combined experience helping those recover from the disease of addiction.
We identify the underlying causes that lead to substance abuse and teach residents to build new routines and establish healthy coping mechanisms through a community of trust. All residents are required to participate in daily group counseling sessions, attend 12-step meetings and build relationships within the recovery community.
If you or a loved one could benefit from our program, please contact us to speak with one of our counselors, who will answer your questions and help you or your loved one begin the journey toward a successful recovery.
Reach Out to Us Today
If you or a loved one needs help, Midway Recovery is here.