Bluff Plantation is conveniently located outside beautiful Augusta, Georgia, a short drive from Atlanta and other cities including Columbia, South Carolina and Charlotte, North Carolina. Easy access to our premier East Coast drug and alcohol rehab center from anywhere in the country is just one of the many benefits of our Georgia location.
Set on 178 acres of rolling green hills near the Savannah River, Bluff Plantation offers the opportunity to reconnect with nature while recovering from drug and alcohol use, or dependence on prescription pain medication. Patients can hike our nature trails through towering oaks draped in Spanish moss, practice yoga on our well-kept grounds, work with our beautiful and patient horses in equine therapy, sew the seeds of healing by participating in the horticulture program, or simply take the time to relax and reflect in the great outdoors.
During their stay at our rehab facilities in Georgia, patients reside in comfortable cottages that are furnished simply yet elegantly to feel like home. We believe that every aspect of an individual’s surroundings – the natural environment, the accommodations and the welcoming and caring demeanor of our staff – is critically important to recovery.
Bluff Plantation’s team of physicians, psychiatrists and registered nurses are on-site and equipped to deal with most medical issues that may arise. We are also close to the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University and the Augusta University Medical Center. Our rehab center in GA works in partnership with both medical facilities for patients in need of additional specialist care.
Hear from Dr. William Jacobs,
Bluff Plantation Medical Director
William S. Jacobs, MD, is Chief of Addiction Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior at the Medical College of Georgia. Triple board certified in Anesthesiology, Pain Management and Addiction Medicine, he is highly regarded for his work treating patients in recovery from addiction and in addiction research. Dr. Jacobs is directly involved with each patient’s treatment plan and ongoing care.