Frequently Asked Questions
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I am the owner of a residential program. How do I become a GARR member?
Begin by checking out our “Snapshot to Membership” and fill out he GARR Inquiry Application.
How is a GARR program different from any other program?
GARR members are committed to Standards, Advocacy, Ethics and Education for Recovery Residence Services in Georgia. A GARR member promises to be Ethical, Informed, Transparent and Passionate. Each GARR certified program goes through a rigorous evaluation process ensuring that they meet or exceed the high standards of operation and ethics as established by the National Alliance of Recovery Residences.
How do I report an ethics violation at a recovery residence?
Go to our CONTACT page and fill out the contact form. Put “Ethics Violation” in the subject. The Ethics Committee Chair will follow up with you.
How do I report a standards violation at a recovery residence?
Go to our CONTACT page and fill out the contact form. Put “Standards Violation” in the subject. The Standards Committee Chair will follow up with you.
Can you give me the name of a recovery residence?
GARR does not recommend treatment programs to individuals. You can see a comprehensive list of GARR member programs on our MEMBERS page here. This list provides the contact information, website, level of treatment and location to help you make an informed decision.
Where can I find a recovery residence so I can be released from jail?
You can see a comprehensive list of GARR member programs on our MEMBERS page here.
How do I start a recovery residence?
If you are interested in starting your own program, we recommend that you attend our next meeting. Here you will be able to connect with other owners and operators who are eager to share their experience. The process of GARR membership is an interactive process that provide you with many tools to ensure that your program is a quality program.