178 Acres of Peace & Tranquility
Bluff Plantation delivers pain and addiction evaluations and multi-disciplinary treatment therapies in a secluded, five star residential setting. Nestled along the banks of the Savannah River, Bluff Plantation is located approximately 150 miles east of Atlanta and just 30 minutes from Augusta Regional Airport.
Best known for hosting the prestigious annual golf tournament, The Masters, Augusta also offers alluring natural surroundings and an average comfortable temperature of 63 degrees year-round. Enjoy the breathtaking views of our 178 acres of secluded land tucked away on the bank of the Savannah River.
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The Beauty of the Deep South
Clients and guests who choose Bluff Plantation's luxury residential addiction treatment program are instantly captivated by its private, secluded location in the heart of the Deep South. Tucked away just minutes from downtown Augusta, Georgia and the Augusta Regional Airport, Bluff Plantation offers patients seeking treatment for alcohol, drug and pain medication abuse a unique environment where each guest is shown the meaning of Southern hospitality, which is reflected in our commitment to service, our lodge and cabins, and our cuisine. Positioned adjacent to the Savannah River, many guest find it a healing presence that enables addicts to find a sense of calm.
Hidden Away from the World
Receiving treatment for addiction to alcohol, drugs and pain medications is a serious, and confidential matter. Because your privacy is our priority, Bluff Plantation's clinical team take great lengths to ensure that your identity is protected and you can undergo treatment and rehabilitation hidden away from the World so you can focus completely on learning new skill sets and your complete recovery.
The Ideal Place for Healthcare and At Risk Professionals to Undergo Addiction Treatment
Bluff Plantation's luxurious, beautiful and private setting is the ideal environment for high profile clients who need to undergo addiction treatment rehabilitation, but want to keep their identity and treatment for alcohol, drug and pain medication addiction completely confidential so as to protect their careers and reputation.