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Alabama Drug Rehab Centers

Intensive Outpatient Unit Lighthouse Counseling Center Inc
Location: Montgomery, AL - 36109
Contact Phone: (334) 286-5980
Website: http://www.lighthousehelp.com
Description: Founded in 1971, the Lighthouse Counseling Center was established as a gap agency to provide services to youth and adolescents who were experiencing substance abuse and other related problems. Today, the Lighthouse is a fully operational agency offering a wider array of services. Intensive outpatient services (IOP) are available to adults at various times throughout the day. In addition, specialty services are offered to, women who are pregnant or have dependent children, and those with a co-occurring disorder (those who have both a mental illness and a co-occurring substance abuse disorder). The New Life Program is provided for inmates at the Montgomery County Detention Facility where group conseling is conducted for those with a substance abuse/dependency diagnosis.
Substance Abuse Program East Central Mental Health Inc
Location: Troy, AL - 36081
Contact Phone: (334) 566-6022
Website: http://www.ecmhmr.org/
Description: East Central Mental Health Center is a public non-profit corporation governed by a eighteen member Board of Directors appointed by local governments under the authority of Alabama Act 310. The center is a comprehensive community mental health center providing mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services to the citizens of Bullock, Macon, and Pike Counties. East Central Mental Health provides treatment for individuals with a substance abuse diagnosis.East Central Mental Health offers an Intensive Outpatient Program in Troy. The facility is open from 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. Primary program activities are conducted from 5:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings. There is a daytime program operational on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 1:00p.m. to 3:30p.m. A separate continuing care group meets on Monday from 7:00p.m. to 8:00p.m. and Thursday from 1:00p.m. to 3:30p.m.
Birmingham Regional Office Jefferson Bradford Health Services
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35226
Contact Phone: (800) 293-7191
Website: http://www.bradfordhealth.com
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
New Horizons Recovery Center Huntsville Madison County Mh Center
Location: Huntsville, AL - 35802
Contact Phone: (256) 533-1970
Website: http://www.mhcmc.org/
Description: New Horizons Recovery Center (NHRC) offers intensive outpatient treatment programs for substance abusers and their families. It is a treatment alternative that combines the time and intensity of inpatient treatment with the cost effectiveness and freedom of outpatient care. Anyone that is admitted to this program has an individualized assessment. Referrals for residential and impatient care may be made when necessary. New Horizons Recovery Center also offers in collaboration with the Huntsville-Madison County Criminal Justice System the Family Drug Court Program and the Adult Drug Program. Each program combines the intensity and comprehensiveness of residential treatment with the cost effectiveness and minimal intrusiveness of outpatient treatment to provide an environment of recovery in the substance abuser's natural environment.
Medical Center Department Of Veterans Affairs
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35233
Contact Phone: (205) 933-8101x
Website: http://www.birmingham.va.gov/
Description: The Birmingham VA Medical Center is a 313-bed acute tertiary care facility located in the historic Southside district of the city. The facility provides acute tertiary medical and surgical care to veterans of Alabama and surrounding states. Our SATP (Substance Abuse Treatment Program) provides high quality treatment to patients with psychoactive substance use disorders using both VA and community resources to create a full continuum of care. Outpatient services include marital/family therapy, group therapy, psychological and medical assessment and self management classes.
Intensive/outpatient Indian River Mh Center Substance Abuse
Location: Brent, AL - 35034
Contact Phone: (205) 926-4681
Website: http://www.irmhc.org/
Description: Indian Rivers provides outpatient services including group, individual, and family counseling to introduce sobriety as a way of life and to begin recovery from the disease of addiction. Recovery education is also available for those who do not require treatment.
Bradford Health Services - Alabaster Regional Office
Location: Alabaster, AL - 35007
Contact Phone: (205) 621-4429
Website: http://bradfordhealth.com/
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Rapport Baldwin County Mental Health Center
Location: Fairhope, AL - 36532-1905
Contact Phone: (251) 990-8961
Website: http://www.bcmhcal.com/
Description: RAPPORT is a 7-month Intensive Outpatient Program providing treatment for adults who are experiencing problems of alcohol and drug abuse. Rapport's program is based upon the premise that abstinence from mood altering chemicals is achievable through the provision of high quality, non-residential treatment. The program meets evenings to allow participants to maintain their work schedules. Intensive treatment is followed by an aftercare program to help the participants to maintain progress made in treatment.
Gulf Coast Treatment
Location: Grand Bay, AL - 36541
Contact Phone: (251) 865-0123
Website: http://gulfcoasttreatmentcenter.com/
Description: Our philosophy is that methadone is a safe and effective treatment for opiate dependence. The mission of Gulf Coast Treatment Center is total rehabilitation of persons served by restoration of physical and mental health and functional status. VALUES: Gulf Coast Treatment Center believes addiction is a disease that affects the individual, the family and the community. We believe people should have access to needed services that achieve optimal outcomes. They have the right to be treated with dignity and respect and should be empowered to make informed choices.
West Alabama Mental Health Center
Location: Demopolis, AL - 36732
Contact Phone: (334) 289-2410
Website: http://www.wamhc.org/
Description: West Alabama Mental Health Center is a regional mental health center located in the Blackbelt area of West Alabama serving Choctaw, Greene, Hale, Marengo, and Sumter counties. WAMHC is a comprehensive community mental health center providing services to people with mental illness, intellectual disabilities, substance abuse and children with serious emotional disorders. Through our prevention program we help at-risk and other students stay off drugs and in school. The Outpatient Substance Abuse Program (SAP) at West Alabama Mental Health Center is designed to serve clients who are suffering from substance abuse/addiction as they remain in the community. These services are available to all residents of the M-10 Catchment area who meet admission criteria established for the programs. The mission of the West Alabama Mental Health Center’s Outpatient Substance Abuse Program is to assist individuals in confronting their addiction and developing a plan for a drug-free lifestyle. The Outpatient Substance Abuse Program will accomplish this goal through a multi-level Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Substance Abuse Outpatient Counseling (OP) and a system of referral and linkage to needed services outside the scope of WAMHC. The West Alabama Mental Health Center (WAMHC) Prevention Program provides Prevention-based programming to both adults and children in the M-10 Catchment area. Participants must be identified as high risk for substance abuse, violence, child abuse/neglect, or HIV/AIDS but not currently in treatment. The program also targets high-risk families and attempts to involve communities in an effort to create a complete Prevention package. Target populations are identified through referral by different agencies and/or organizations as well as through Needs Assessment Surveys developed and administered by Prevention staff. The RRR (Rehabilitation, Re-entry, and Reunification) Outpatient Substance Abuse Program at West Alabama Mental Health Center is designed to serve male consumers who have 1) been incarcerated in State prison who are in the process of transitioning to their community or 2) who are ordered here by their judge as a condition of their probation. Our goal is to promote a recovery-oriented lifestyle and reduce recidivism of recently released inmates and current probationers of the justice system through a multi-level Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Substance Abuse Outpatient Counseling (OP). These services are available only to persons referred to WAMHC by L.I.F.E. Pardons and Paroles who do not fall into any exclusionary criterion.
Calhoun Treatment Center Inc
Location: Oxford, AL - 36203-1222
Contact Phone: (256) 831-4601
Website: http://www.calhountreatmentcenter.net/
Description: Calhoun Treatment Center: Our mission statement is to provide quality opiate replacement services, with optimal outcomes, through caring and professional staff that center on enhancing the lives of people from Calhoun and surrounding counties. The Calhoun Treatment Center, Inc. is an outpatient opiate replacement center that provides a comprehensive range of accessible, coordinated opiate replacement services to the adult residents of Calhoun and surrounding counties. Our program is designed to meet the physical, mental and emotional needs of persons who are dependent on opiate drugs (hydrocodone, codeine, morphine, heroin, Oxycontin, etc). The Calhoun Treatment Center, Inc. uses the medications methadone or Suboxone coupled with therapeutic services to provide stabilization and rehabilitation. Therapists, nurses, and a physician work as a team to maximize patient benefit.
Recovery Center For Teens/ashville Bridge Inc
Location: Ashville, AL - 35953
Contact Phone: (205) 594-3111
Website: http://www.bridgeinc.org
Description: Founded in 1974, The Bridge provides substance abuse treatment and behavioral rehabilitation programs for adolescents (ages 12-18). Ashville Recovery Center for Teens (RCT) is certified through the Alabama Department of Mental Health-Substance Abuse Services Division. Target population of the program: Males and females, ages 12 to 18, who are at risk for, or are actively experiencing substance abuse problems. Ashville RCT collaborates with the St. Clair County DAY program providing substance abuse individual/group counseling services to youth court ordered to the DAY program and who meet RCT entrance requirements. Ashville RCT also operates a separate IOP service on site to youth referred through juvenile court, schools, family or other referral sources
Warrior Lodge/jefferson Bradford Health Services
Location: Warrior, AL - 35180
Contact Phone: (800) 333-1865
Website: http://www.bradfordhealth.com
Description: The Warrior Lodge is a Bradford Health Services inpatient treatment facility surrounded by century-old trees and the serenity of nature. It is quietly tucked away on 80 wooded acres among the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains near Birmingham, AL. Located just 30 minutes north of the Birmingham International Airport, it is easily accessible from all regions of the country. Yet its secluded, cleansing environment feels a million miles away from all the pressures and distractions of everyday life. Our residential inpatient program provides a safe, protected, supervised environment for withdrawal caused by the physical and behavioral complications associated with addiction.
Bradford Health Services - Union Springs
Location: Union Springs, AL - 36089
Contact Phone: (334) 738-1470
Website: http://bradfordhealth.com/
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Bradford Health Services - Boaz Regional Office
Location: Boaz, AL - 35957
Contact Phone: (256) 593-9152
Website: http://bradfordhealth.com/
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Dba Shoals Treatment Center Treatment Centers Inc
Location: Sheffield, AL - 35660
Contact Phone: (256) 383-6646
Website: http://www.thetreatmentcentersinc.com/
Description: The Treatment Centers, Inc. is dedicated to the treatment of opiate addiction. Our medically assisted treatment programs include intensive individual and group counseling specifically designed to promote recovery. Shoals Treatment Center was the second branch of TTCI and opened in 1995. Like its sister company in Gadsden, Alabama, Shoals Treatment Center offers a qualified and caring staff that is driven to help those suffering from opiate addiction. The clinic is state and federally certified, proving that each person is guaranteed an opportunity for competent care.
Walker Recovery Center Inc
Location: Jasper, AL - 35504
Contact Phone: (205) 221-1799
Website: http://www.walkerrecovery.com/
Description: Walker Recovery Center is a light at the end of the tunnel for people with an opiate addiction. The professionals at WRC provide individualized treatment through a holistic approach using multi-disciplinary teams of professionals. "We treat individual physical, emotional, and spiritual needs with a combination of interventions - education, counseling, and support groups - to assist the individual in development of a productive, healthy, and adaptive lifestyle." The professionals at WRC evaluate each individual to ensure they are a fit for Methadone treatment. The counselors and trained staff provide education and support to give the patient the best possible chance for recovery.
Cmg - Tri County Treatment Center
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35210
Contact Phone: (205) 836-3345
Website: http://www.methadonetreatment.com/
Description: Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) is a unique organization of fifty-seven (57) private outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics that have been successfully treating opiate dependence since 1986. CMG operates as outpatient clinics specifically designed for persons addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including prescription pain medications and heroin. Patients are enrolled into a comprehensive program, which includes individual and group counseling to address psychological and social needs in addition to their chemical dependence. At CMG, we strive to be the premier provider of medication-assisted treatment in the United States. We believe in the disease concept of addictive illness and will treat our patients with dignity and respect in all phases of their treatment experience. Because of this belief, we will focus our clinical practice in terms of addiction disease management and strive always to improve the quality of the lives of the patients we serve. We will strive to institute current research findings in our delivery of services. We will also be a resource to the communities we serve by helping to educate the public on the disease of addiction and advocating at all times the value of treatment in improving the welfare of our communities. Our staff will at all times keep our mission statement as the guiding principle in their work.
Recovery Center For Teens/cullman Bridge Inc
Location: Cullman, AL - 35055
Contact Phone: (256) 775-8301
Website: http://www.bridgeinc.org
Description: Founded in 1974, The Bridge provides substance abuse treatment and behavioral rehabilitation programs for adolescents (ages 12-18). The Outpatient Addiction Treatment Center (ATC) - Cullman County is designed for males and females, ages 12 to 18, who are at risk for, or are actively experiencing substance abuse problems. Referrals are accepted from the court, school systems and other community agencies; however, participants do not have to be referred from such sources. A call to the Treatment Center to schedule a time for an assessment is all that is required.
Intensive Outpatient Program For Chemical Dependency Grandview Behavioral Health Program
Location: Gadsden, AL - 35904
Contact Phone: (256) 546-9265
Website: http://www.mtnviewhospital.com/
Description: Chemical Dependency is the third largest killer in America today after heart disease and cancer. Conservative statistics show that every chemically dependent person affects the lives of at least four people, which may include spouse, children, employer and friends. Recent reports show that alcohol and other drug abuse costs industries at least $70 billion per year. Employees who use drugs on the job perform at about 50% of their normal ability. Lost productivity alone amounts to an estimated $30 billion per year. Substance Abuse Outpatient Program - This is an outpatient recovery program designed for 14 weeks of individualized approaches for treating the chemically addicted client. The program is flexible to allow clients the opportunity to fulfill his or her responsibilities of home, work and school while learning to cope with stressors without self medicating with alcohol and/or other drugs. This program will allow clients to live at home and continue to work while they receive treatment for alcohol or drug dependency. Mountain View adheres to the “concept of addictive disease” which addresses addiction as a chronic, progressive, fatal illness with medical symptoms that include tolerance, dependence, and pathologic organ changes. Behavioral symptoms include compulsion, loss of control, and continued use despite adverse consequences. Accordingly, our program considers addictive disease to be primarily a “biochemical/genetic disorder that is activated by the use of the drug.”
Bradford Health Services - Anniston / Jacksonville Regional Office
Location: Jacksonville, AL - 36265
Contact Phone: (256) 237-4209
Website: http://bradfordhealth.com/
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Northwest Alabama Mental Health Center - Start - Walker County
Location: Carbon Hill, AL - 35549
Contact Phone: (205) 924-4133
Website: http://www.nwamhc.com/
Description: Since 1969 the Northwest Alabama Mental Health Center has grown in its ability to provide services to the mentally ill, those with intellectual disabilities, and persons suffering from chemical dependency in the 5 county area. The START Program is an all-female, sixteen-bed residential drug rehabilitation program located in the western part of Walker County, serving clients between the ages of thirteen through eighteen. The START Facilityprogram is operated under the auspices of the Northwest Alabama Mental Health Center and certified through the Alabama Department of Mental Health. Consumers live in a supervised treatment home setting where responsibility for self is emphasized in a structured environment. Each consumer is expected to participate in all aspects of the program, and is responsible for completing all aspects of the program including clinical assignments and basic living skills. START provides a mix of services including individual, group, and family therapy, drug education, treatment films, didactic groups, basic living skills, case management, written assignments, school, and recreation. All consumers are referred for aftercare services upon completion of residential care. The length of stay is approximately 60 days—dependent of progress of the negotiated individualized treatment plan.
Lighthouse Inc
Location: Cullman, AL - 35055
Contact Phone: (256) 739-2777
Website: http://ncaaa.tripod.com/
Description: Lighthouse. Inc. is a non-profit residential rehabilitation center. The program opened in 1974 with twelve residential beds for men. Funding is received from the Alabama Department of Mental Health, The Cullman County Commission and private donations. The philosophy of treatment is based on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Clients participate in the program of Recovery Dynamics. Residents receive individual counseling, group counseling and attend inhouse 12-step meetings. The program lasts 90 calendar days. Transportation is available to community based meetings of AA and NA including annual Roundup meetings. Clients participate in relapse prevention and recreational activities as well as local shopping trips. Referral is provided to outside agencies such as Alabama Vocational Rehabilitation Services for vocational evaluation and placement. Other community services are utilized and based on individual needs. During recovery the clients receive nutritious meals and live comfortably in a homelike environment. Clients are introduced to local employers and employment agencies to assist them in their job search. Transportation to and from the job within the city limits is provided. Upon employment residents assume responsibility for room and board based on a sliding scale.
New Directions Calhoun Cleburne Mental Health Center
Location: Anniston, AL - 36207
Contact Phone: (256) 236-8003
Website: http://www.ccmhc.net/
Description: New Directions Substance Abuse Program (Adult and Adolescent)- Provides comprehensive care to the substance abuser and his/her family. Services for the abuser include individual, group, and family therapy as well as information and referral to appropriate resources. Intensity of services (General Outpatient or IOP) is determined at the time of the assessment. Services are also provided to individuals with a dual diagnosis.
Substance Abuse Treatment Center Sunrise Lodge
Location: Russellville, AL - 35653
Contact Phone: (256) 332-0078
Website: http://www.rcmh.org/
Description: Established in 1950, Riverbend provides a variety of mental health, substance abuse, and psychiatric services to citizens of Northwest Alabama. Riverbend is a locally operated, public not-for-profit facility serving over 6,500 clients each year throughout Colbert, Franklin, and Lauderdale counties. Sunrise Lodge - A residential treatment facility for male substance abusers. Through this program, clients participate in group, individual, and family therapy as well as community self help groups, study groups, chemical dependency education, and skill building related to issues such as family, self-esteem, and stress management.
Shoulder
Location: Spanish Fort, AL - 36527
Contact Phone: (251) 626-2199
Website: http://www.theshoulder.org
Description: The Shoulder is a Christian, nonprofit, treatment center meeting the needs of those suffering from substance abuse problems. The Shoulder offers outpatient services for both men and women, and residential services for men. We now have offices in both Spanish Fort and Foley, Alabama.
Va Central Alabama Healthcare System
Location: Tuskegee, AL - 36083
Contact Phone: (334) 727-0550
Website: http://www.centralalabama.va.gov/
Description: CAVHCS was established January 1, 1997, from the merger of the Montgomery and Tuskegee VA Medical Centers, which are approximately 40 miles apart. Along with two community-based outpatient clinics, these four sites serve more than 134,000 veterans living in a 43-county area of Georgia and Alabama.
Family Life Center
Location: Scottsboro, AL - 35768
Contact Phone: (256) 574-3448
Website: http://familylifecenter.ws/
Description: Our mission: To fight substance abuse, mental and emotional problems through quality counseling services and drug testing. Family Life Center is a nonprofit state certified outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility now celebrating 20 years of service to our communities. We offer a multitude of services from individual, group and couples counseling to educational and therapeutic groups for substance and alcohol abuse. FLC offers domestic violence prevention, parenting classes and a certified Anger Management Program. We also offer education groups for at-risk youth. Lastly, we offer an Employee Assistance Program which assists companies in protecting their most valuable asset, their employees.
Marion County Treatment Center
Location: Hamilton, AL - 35570
Contact Phone: (205) 921-3799
Website: http://marioncountytreatmentcenter.com/
Description: Addiction to drugs or alcohol can be devastating to people of all walks of life...to their spouses, children, and families. Methadone therapy can help control addiction so the patient can function normally. The patient will be able to do things that many addicts have not done in some time. These things include holding a job and becoming a productive member of their family, church, and community. The treatment received at Marion County Treatment Center will allow the addict to take back control of their life.
Sumter County Treatment Center
Location: Livingston, AL - 35470
Contact Phone: (205) 652-4919
Website: http://www.methadonetreatment.com/
Description: Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) is a unique organization of fifty-seven (57) private outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics that have been successfully treating opiate dependence since 1986. CMG operates as outpatient clinics specifically designed for persons addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including prescription pain medications and heroin. Patients are enrolled into a comprehensive program, which includes individual and group counseling to address psychological and social needs in addition to their chemical dependence. At CMG, we strive to be the premier provider of medication-assisted treatment in the United States. We believe in the disease concept of addictive illness and will treat our patients with dignity and respect in all phases of their treatment experience. Because of this belief, we will focus our clinical practice in terms of addiction disease management and strive always to improve the quality of the lives of the patients we serve. We will strive to institute current research findings in our delivery of services. We will also be a resource to the communities we serve by helping to educate the public on the disease of addiction and advocating at all times the value of treatment in improving the welfare of our communities. Our staff will at all times keep our mission statement as the guiding principle in their work.
Northwest Alabama Treatment Center
Location: Bessemer, AL - 35022
Contact Phone: (205) 425-1200
Website: http://www.nwatc.org/
Description: The Northwest Alabama Treatment Center offers substance abuse treatment focusing on Individual, Group, & Family Counseling. Through outreach programs and personal clinic counselors, the Northwest Alabama Treatment Center strives to make a positive impact to our patients and their lives.
A New Direction
Location: Wetumpka, AL - 36092
Contact Phone: (877) 647-7552
Website: http://www.ivycreekhealth.com/
Description: A Nu Direction is an inpatient detoxification, stabilization and partial rehabilitation program located within a hospital setting. A Nu Direction’s staff is caring competent and eager to assist each patient with treatment. A Nu Direction provides the fundamentals of recovery based on the 12 Steps of the AA and NA programs. An individualized treatment plan is developed based on a comprehensive Psycho-social assessment of each patient. During the treatment process the patient will attend daily structured group therapy provided by didactic lecturing as well as treatment plan resolution in group therapy. Also, the group sessions provides lessons on lifestyle changes needed for recovery. During this process the patient sets long and short term goals.
Alcohol And Drug Abuse Treatment Centers Inc - Olivia’s House
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35206
Contact Phone: (205) 833-5708
Website: http://adatc.org/
Description: The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATC) operates three facilities that allow people to overcome substance abuse and enjoy life again. Pearson Hall, Olivia's House, and the Zukoski Center provide services operated by ADATC, which is certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health-Mental Retardation. Like any other disease, alcoholism or drug addiction requires professional treatment. It is a primary, progressive, and fatal disease. Without treatment it will get worse. However, with professional treatment and abstinence, there is a one hundred percent chance of recovery. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers, Inc. Alcoholism Recovery Services, Inc will provide substance abuse treatment services at Olivia’s House. Olivia’s House provides holistic care for chemically dependent women and their children. Children, up to age 10, live with their mothers at Olivia’s House during the course of residential treatment, a period of up to twelve months.
Bradford Health Services - Opelika Treatment Center
Location: Opelika, AL - 36801
Contact Phone: (334) 749-3445
Website: http://bradfordhealth.com/
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. As an innovative recovery program of Bradford Health Services, The Reprieve helps individuals with chemical dependencies discover healthy and fulfilling lives free of alcohol and other drugs. By providing intense, yet surprisingly affordable, treatment in a homelike atmosphere, The Reprieve is making successful recovery a reality for more and more people. The focus of the eight to 12-week program is on recovery through a highly effective combination of: the 12 Steps of Recovery; professional counseling to address individual roadblocks to recovery; lifestyle modification through structure; acceptance of personal responsibilityL performance of specific living skills and group account ability. The program is designed for motivated individuals who have completed detoxification and do not require medical supervision. Patients in need of lodging during treatment may stay in an 8,000-square-foot residence. A culinary staff prepares family-style meals. Recovery for the family is an essential aspect of treatment – just as important as recovery for the addicted person. The family recovery experience at The Reprieve consists of two weekends focused on education and identification of family healing processes, and putting those processes into practice. The Reprieve recovery program is based in a fully restored historic home in Opelika, Alabama, where small-town charm is pleasantly contrasted with modern conveniences. A restored covered bridge, wildlife trail, and nature sanctuary provide patients the perfect atmosphere for meditation and introspection, while the town’s extensive aquatic and exercise facility offers diverse recreational opportunities
Mobile Campus/westwood Program Bridge Inc
Location: Mobile, AL - 36695
Contact Phone: (251) 633-0475
Website: http://www.bridgeinc.org
Description: Founded in 1974, The Bridge provides substance abuse treatment and behavioral rehabilitation programs for adolescents (ages 12-18). Westwood Addiction Treatment Center (ATC) provides substance abuse treatment services for males between the ages of 12 and 18 who require a more intensive treatment experience than intensive outpatient treatment. This level of care is designed to offer highly structured intensive treatment to clients whose condition is sufficiently stable but whose illness has progressed so as to require consistent near-daily treatment intervention. The Westwood program offers no less than twenty hours of programming per week in a structured program. Services are available seven days per week with the length of stay to be determined by a client’s condition and functioning.
Lodge/mental Retardation Board Inc Cheaha Regional Mental Health/caradale
Location: Sylacauga, AL - 35150
Contact Phone: (256) 249-2395
Website: http://crmhc.org/
Description: Cheaha Regional Mental Health Center (CRMHC) is a public, non-profit corporation which is governed by a 21 member Board of Directors. CRMHC provides a continuum of services for persons with intellectual disabilities, serious mental illness and substance abuse in a four county area in east Alabama, which includes Clay, Coosa, Randolph, and Talladega Counties. The Caradale House was established in 1976 in collaboration with Avondale Mills, hence the name Care and dale or Caradale. It was located in what was known as the Cotton Bowl because it was the outlet for the sales of material overruns by Avondale Mills. It started with twelve male beds and gradually grew to house twelve males and four females. In 1986 a new facility was dedicated across the street from the original facility and the name was changed to Caradale Lodge. This beautiful facility originally housed twelve males and four females in a state of the art building. The facility has since grown to include a separate women’s facility that houses eight additional beds and provides an array of treatment and prevention services to the community and the State.
Substance Abuse Services Riverbend Center For Mental Health
Location: Florence, AL - 35630
Contact Phone: (256) 764-3431
Website: http://www.rcmh.org
Description: Established in 1950, Riverbend provides a variety of mental health, substance abuse, and psychiatric services to citizens of Northwest Alabama. Riverbend is a locally operated, public not-for-profit facility serving over 6,500 clients each year throughout Colbert, Franklin, and Lauderdale counties. Riverbend provides intensive outpatient treatment for the chemically dependent client with both morning and evening programs available. Each of these programs consists of twelve hours weekly of service based upon the twelve-step and medical models of treatment. In addition to traditional substance abuse group therapy, both individual and family therapies are required, as is attendance at Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings. Riverbend also provides an aftercare program for clients who have successfully completed our outpatient program. For the dually diagnosed client, psychiatric services are available as appropriate from Riverbend's psychiatric services program.
Substance Abuse Services Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare
Location: Guntersville, AL - 35976
Contact Phone: (256) 582-4465
Website: http://www.mlbhc.com/
Description: Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcares substance abuse services facility, Cedar Lodge, provides a Level III.5 - Clinically Managed High Intensity Residential Program that serves both men and women from all areas of the state of Alabama. Treatment at Cedar Lodge is affordable for everyone. Fees are established for all categories of services provided. PEEHIP and SEIB preferred provider for Blue Cross/Blue Shield; major credit cards are accepted and payment plans can be arranged.
East Alabama Mental Health Center - Opelika Addictions Center
Location: Opelika, AL - 36801
Contact Phone: (334) 742-2130
Website: http://www.eastalabamamhc.org/
Description: We provide services for persons with mental illness, substance abuse problems, and intellectual disabilities. The Center operates intensive outpatient treatment programs (IOP) for adults who are chemically dependent or who abuse substances, and their families. IOP services are designed to assist consumers in recovering from the disabling effects of substance abuse while promoting healthy alcohol/drug free lifestyles through maximizing consumer and family strengths and skills for coping with situational stressors.
Army Substance Abuse Program
Location: Fort Rucker, AL - 36362
Contact Phone: (334) 255-7509
Website: http://www.rucker.amedd.army.mil/
Description: Our mission is to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army’s total workforce and to enhance the combat readiness of its Soldiers. Objectives: Increase individual fitness and overall unit readiness; Provide services, which are adequate and responsive to the needs of the total workforce and emphasize alcohol and other drug abuse deterrence, prevention, education, and treatment; Implement alcohol and other drug risk reduction and prevention strategies that respond to potential problems before they jeopardize readiness, productivity, and careers; Restore to duty those substance-impaired Soldiers who have the potential for continued military service; Provide effective alcohol and other drug abuse prevention and education at all levels of command, and encourage commanders to provide alcohol and drug-free leisure activities; Ensure all military and civilian personnel assigned to ASAP staff are appropriately trained and experienced to accomplish their mission; Achieve maximum productivity and reduce absenteeism and attrition among DA civilian employees by reducing the effects of the abuse of alcohol and other drugs; Improve readiness by extending services to the total Army; Ensure quality customer service. Our focus it to be your first choice for substance abuse and/or alcohol treatment or prevention needs. We are unique in that we understand the needs of aviation and non-aviation patients and are intensely dedicated to meeting your needs. Our staff provides outpatient treatment or preventive counseling for alcohol and drug rehabilitation. We provide assessments, short-term and long-term treatments that include individual, group counseling, and special needs (Relapse Prevention) for patients with an addiction to alcohol or other drugs. Our counselors are certified in addiction counseling.
Mobile Regional Facility Bradford Health Services
Location: Mobile, AL - 36695
Contact Phone: (800) 333-0906
Website: http://www.bradfordhealth.com
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Family Life Center - Centre Office
Location: Centre, AL - 35960
Contact Phone: (256) 927-4722
Website: http://familylifecenter.ws/
Description: Our mission: To fight substance abuse, mental and emotional problems through quality counseling services and drug testing. Family Life Center is a nonprofit state certified outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility now celebrating 20 years of service to our communities. We offer a multitude of services from individual, group and couples counseling to educational and therapeutic groups for substance and alcohol abuse. FLC offers domestic violence prevention, parenting classes and a certified Anger Management Program. We also offer education groups for at-risk youth. Lastly, we offer an Employee Assistance Program which assists companies in protecting their most valuable asset, their employees.
Huntsville Metro Treatment Center
Location: Huntsville, AL - 35805
Contact Phone: (256) 881-1311
Website: http://www.methadonetreatment.com/
Description: Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) is a unique organization of fifty-seven (57) private outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics that have been successfully treating opiate dependence since 1986. CMG operates as outpatient clinics specifically designed for persons addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including prescription pain medications and heroin. Patients are enrolled into a comprehensive program, which includes individual and group counseling to address psychological and social needs in addition to their chemical dependence. At CMG, we strive to be the premier provider of medication-assisted treatment in the United States. We believe in the disease concept of addictive illness and will treat our patients with dignity and respect in all phases of their treatment experience. Because of this belief, we will focus our clinical practice in terms of addiction disease management and strive always to improve the quality of the lives of the patients we serve. We will strive to institute current research findings in our delivery of services. We will also be a resource to the communities we serve by helping to educate the public on the disease of addiction and advocating at all times the value of treatment in improving the welfare of our communities. Our staff will at all times keep our mission statement as the guiding principle in their work.
Alcohol And Drug Abuse Program Indian Rivers Mental Health Center
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL - 35401
Contact Phone: (205) 391-3131
Website: http://www.irmhc.org/
Description: Indian Rivers provides outpatient services including group, individual, and family counseling to introduce sobriety as a way of life and to begin recovery from the disease of addiction. Recovery education is also available for those who do not require treatment.
Tuscaloosa Regional Office Bradford Health Services
Location: Northport, AL - 35473
Contact Phone: (800) 891-9673
Website: http://www.bradfordhealth.com
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Ecd Program
Location: Mobile, AL - 36609
Contact Phone: (251) 341-9504
Website: http://ecdprogram.net/
Description: ECD Programs strives to offer recovering drug addicts the ability to control their addiction by using methadone treatment. There are many effective treatments for opiate-based addiction. The kind of treatment depends on the individual. Methadone blocks the effects and suppresses withdrawal symptoms of opiates including but not limited to: Morphine - Dilaudid - Percocet - Codeine - Hydrocodone - Lortab - OxyContin - Demerol - Lorcet - Heroin. Methadone has been an effective treatment for opiate addiction for over 30 years. It is taken orally and suppresses cravings and withdrawal symptoms for 24 to 36 hours. Methadone is taken daily and is medically safe, even after years of treatment. Combined with our on site counseling and support it enables patients to stop taking opiate drugs and return to a normal productive life.
Alcohol And Drug Abuse Treatment Centers Inc - Zukoski Center
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35211
Contact Phone: (205) 785-5787
Website: http://adatc.org/
Description: The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATC) operates three facilities that allow people to overcome substance abuse and enjoy life again. Pearson Hall, Olivia's House, and the Zukoski Center provide services operated by ADATC, which is certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health-Mental Retardation. Like any other disease, alcoholism or drug addiction requires professional treatment. It is a primary, progressive, and fatal disease. Without treatment it will get worse. However, with professional treatment and abstinence, there is a one hundred percent chance of recovery. The Zukoski Center is a substance abuse outpatient treatment program which is operated by Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers, Inc. (ADATC). The center is located in the Western section of Birmingham, Alabama. The Zukoski Center has been providing quality treatment services for over twenty-five years.
Adult Day Program/partial Hosp Program Grandview Behavioral Health Program
Location: Gadsden, AL - 35904
Contact Phone: (256) 546-9265
Website: http://www.mtnviewhospital.com/
Description: The Partial Day Program is designed to assist older adults with emotional, behavioral, and substance abuse problems. Each Center provides clients with a supportive, structured environment without interrupting family life. The Program is tailored to each individual’s needs, level of functioning, and ability to progress. With a full range of services, we are dedicated to providing for the emotional, behavioral, and/or substance abuse needs of adults. This is accomplished through an individualized, structured schedule of group therapy and activities throughout the day. The Partial Day Program was created to help our clients improve their quality of living. The Partial Day Program offers treatment for a wide variety of clients with emotional or behavioral disorders meeting admission criteria. The Center offers intensive group therapy which includes, but is not limited to, stress management, education regarding depression, anxiety, addiction/substance abuse, anger management, relapse prevention techniques, grief and loss, self esteem, and relaxation techniques. Individual and family therapy sessions are provided according to the individual client’s needs.
Northwest Alabama Mental Health Center
Location: Jasper, AL - 35501
Contact Phone: (205) 387-0541
Website: http://www.nwamhc.com
Description: Since 1969 the Northwest Alabama Mental Health Center has grown in its ability to provide services to the mentally ill, those with intellectual disabilities, and persons suffering from chemical dependency in the 5 county area. In this 5 county area, no one is to be more than 20 minutes away from services. The Center prides itself in the quality of services and the well-developed continuum of care. There is a heavy emphasis on services to children, families, and geriatric age groups as well as the seriously mentally ill, those with intellectual disabilities and those suffering from chemical dependency. Substance abuse services are provided for adolescents and adults in Walker County at main offices of Northwest Alabama Mental Health in Jasper, Alabama.
Family Life Center
Location: Guntersville, AL - 35976
Contact Phone: (256) 582-1471
Website: http://familylifecenter.ws/
Description: Our mission: To fight substance abuse, mental and emotional problems through quality counseling services and drug testing. Family Life Center is a nonprofit state certified outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility now celebrating 20 years of service to our communities. We offer a multitude of services from individual, group and couples counseling to educational and therapeutic groups for substance and alcohol abuse. FLC offers domestic violence prevention, parenting classes and a certified Anger Management Program. We also offer education groups for at-risk youth. Lastly, we offer an Employee Assistance Program which assists companies in protecting their most valuable asset, their employees.
Cullman County Treatment Center
Location: Cullman, AL - 35056
Contact Phone: (256) 739-5595
Website: https://cullmantreatmentcenter.com/
Description: Methadone Maintenance Treatment is used to prevent opiate withdrawal symptoms and cravings by administering a daily dose of methadone; for people who are addicted to opioids. Methadone should not be a first step in getting treatment, but used when inpatient and other detoxes have not been successful. In addition to dispensing methadone, we require our patients to attend counseling sessions and meet with medical personnel regularly. All patients are supervised when dosing, by our medical staff. Our mission is total rehabilitation of persons served by restoration of physical and mental health and functional status. Cullman County Treatment Center believes that addiction is a disease that affects the individual, the family, and the community. We believe people should have access to needed services that achieve optimal outcomes. Our patients have the right to be treated with dignity and respect and be empowered to make informed choices.
Chemical Addictions Program Inc
Location: Montgomery, AL - 36108
Contact Phone: (334) 269-2150
Website: http://www.capmgm.com
Description: The Chemical Addictions Program, Inc., or CAP, is a private non-profit agency certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation to provide outpatient substance abuse treatment for Elmore, Montgomery, Autauga and Lowndes counties and adult male inpatient treatment for the state of Alabama. Mission statement: Our primary responsibility is to provide substance abuse treatment for those who lack insurance coverage or other financial resources necessary to obtain treatment through the private sector.
Behavioral Services Crestwood Medical Center Of Huntsville
Location: Huntsville, AL - 35801
Contact Phone: (256) 429-5480
Website: http://www.crestwoodmedcenter.com
Description: At Crestwood Medical Center, we offer behavioral health services designed to treat emotional and psychiatric conditions. Our goal is to provide a supportive environment to enable individuals to learn how to cope with the problems and pressures they face.
Aletheia House
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35204
Contact Phone: (205) 324-6502
Website: http://www.specialkindofcaring.org/
Description: Aletheia House is a community-based organization that has been providing substance abuse treatment and prevention services to low-income individuals, and the communities in which they live, since 1972. It is one of Alabama’s largest providers of substance abuse treatment, substance abuse/HIV prevention, employment services and affordable housing.
Recovery Center For Teens/tuscaloosa Bridge Inc
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL - 35405
Contact Phone: (205) 344-6483
Website: http://www.bridgeinc.org
Description: Tuscaloosa Outpatient Addiction Treatment Center (ATC) is located adjacent to the Tuscaloosa County Juvenile Court and Detention Center. The program is designed for youth between the ages of 12 and 18 who meet the American Society of Addiction Medicine's criteria for Level I or Level II treatment placement. The Tuscaloosa ATC offers outpatient, intensive outpatient, continuing care services and TASS, an evening reporting center. The service model is based on a blended therapeutic approach, drawing from four theoretical frameworks (Rogerian, behavioral, cognitive, and reality). The program emphasizes an individualized treatment plan that includes the family unit as well as the adolescent. Referrals are accepted from the courts, school systems, parents, and other community agencies. A call to the ATC to schedule a time for screening and assessment is all that is required. Following the assessment, recommendations by the therapist to the client and his / her family of the appropriate level of care will be discussed. The Tuscaloosa ATC offers four service tracks. The client will be assigned to the least restrictive service track based on the clinical needs identified during the assessment. Each track incorporates treatment strategies and methods that have been demonstrated to be effective in helping people who are abusing drugs or alcohol. Having multiple tracks of service enables us to match clients to the most appropriate service level.
Intensive/outpatient Indian River Mh Center Substance Abuse
Location: Carrollton, AL - 35447
Contact Phone: (205) 367-8159
Website: http://www.irmhc.org/
Description: Indian Rivers provides outpatient services including group, individual, and family counseling to introduce sobriety as a way of life and to begin recovery from the disease of addiction. Recovery education is also available for those who do not require treatment.
Bridge Inc
Location: Gadsden, AL - 35904
Contact Phone: (256) 546-6324
Website: http://www.bridgeinc.org
Description: Founded in 1974, The Bridge provides substance abuse treatment and behavioral rehabilitation programs for adolescents (ages 12-18). Our programs are staffed with caring and qualified professionals using proven, evidence-based practices. Our commitment to quality and excellence is evident throughout the organization as we continue to seek ways to enhance and broaden our services. Our organizational goal is to be the provider of choice for adolescent treatment and rehabilitative services. The seventy-two acre Gadsden Campus is located in Etowah County, Alabama and provides a beautiful and rural treatment setting. The Bridge-corporate office and four distinct residential programs (Alpine, Northwood, Kennington and Mitchell) share the facilities, administrative and support staff services of the campus.
Oakmont Center
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35218
Contact Phone: (205) 787-7100
Website: http://www.theoakmontcenter.com/
Description: Oakmont Center is a private nonprofit (501-C-3) facility. It is dedicated (mission) to providing services for individuals, family members, and relevant others who are adversely affected both directly and/or indirectly by substance abuse and dependency. An additional component of the program includes anger management.
Fellowship House Inc
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35205
Contact Phone: (205) 933-2430
Website: http://fshbhm.org/
Description: Established in 1965, the Fellowship House is a Non-Profit Agency funded primarily by the United Way, donations, the Alabama Department of Mental Health, and sliding-scale fees. The house provides a substance abuse recovery program designed to serve the special needs of an individual who suffers from alcoholism, drug addiction and co-occurring disorders. Our goal is to aid the individual in the personal, social and vocational adjustment necessary for the maintenance of a sober and productive life. We provide a substance abuse recovery program designed to serve the special needs of an individual who suffers from alcoholism, drug addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Bradford Health Services - Florence Regional Office
Location: Florence, AL - 35630
Contact Phone: (256) 760-0200
Website: http://bradfordhealth.com/
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Men Only Aletheia House
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35204
Contact Phone: (205) 324-6502
Website: http://www.specialkindofcaring.org/
Description: Aletheia House is a community-based organization that has been providing substance abuse treatment and prevention services to low-income individuals, and the communities in which they live, since 1972. It is one of Alabama’s largest providers of substance abuse treatment, substance abuse/HIV prevention, employment services and affordable housing. The organization was founded by a group of dedicated volunteers to address the needs of teens who were living on the streets in Birmingham, Alabama. They selected the name Aletheia because it means “truth” or “ to be truthful with yourself.” Men's Services helps men who have been using drugs and alcohol for many years, including those who have been to prison, change their lives forever.
Dauphin Way Lodge
Location: Mobile, AL - 36604
Contact Phone: (251) 438-1625
Website: http://salvationarmyalm.org/coastalalabama/how-we-help/dauphin-way-lodge/
Description: Dauphin Way Lodge is a state certified facility for alcohol and drug rehabilitation. Clients have access to a variety of treatment programs that address the physical, mental, emotional and social needs of each client. Case management is tailored to meet each client’s specific needs – whether one needs four hours per month of counseling or 28 hours per week of counseling. Dauphin Way Lodge is directed by a team of masters-level counselors with special training in treating drug and alcohol dependencies.
Montgomery Metro Treatment Center
Location: Montgomery, AL - 36117
Contact Phone: (334) 244-1618
Website: http://www.methadonetreatment.com
Description: Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) is a unique organization of fifty-seven (57) private outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics that have been successfully treating opiate dependence since 1986. CMG operates as outpatient clinics specifically designed for persons addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including prescription pain medications and heroin. Patients are enrolled into a comprehensive program, which includes individual and group counseling to address psychological and social needs in addition to their chemical dependence. At CMG, we strive to be the premier provider of medication-assisted treatment in the United States. We believe in the disease concept of addictive illness and will treat our patients with dignity and respect in all phases of their treatment experience. Because of this belief, we will focus our clinical practice in terms of addiction disease management and strive always to improve the quality of the lives of the patients we serve. We will strive to institute current research findings in our delivery of services. We will also be a resource to the communities we serve by helping to educate the public on the disease of addiction and advocating at all times the value of treatment in improving the welfare of our communities. Our staff will at all times keep our mission statement as the guiding principle in their work.
Limited Partnership Birmingham Metro Treatment Center
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35211
Contact Phone: (205) 941-1799
Website: http://methadonetreatment.com
Description: Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) is a unique organization of fifty-seven (57) private outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics that have been successfully treating opiate dependence since 1986. CMG operates as outpatient clinics specifically designed for persons addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including prescription pain medications and heroin. Patients are enrolled into a comprehensive program, which includes individual and group counseling to address psychological and social needs in addition to their chemical dependence. At CMG, we strive to be the premier provider of medication-assisted treatment in the United States. We believe in the disease concept of addictive illness and will treat our patients with dignity and respect in all phases of their treatment experience. Because of this belief, we will focus our clinical practice in terms of addiction disease management and strive always to improve the quality of the lives of the patients we serve. We will strive to institute current research findings in our delivery of services. We will also be a resource to the communities we serve by helping to educate the public on the disease of addiction and advocating at all times the value of treatment in improving the welfare of our communities. Our staff will at all times keep our mission statement as the guiding principle in their work.
Community Substance Abuse Program Jefferson County Economic Opportunity
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35204
Contact Phone: (205) 787-3040
Website: http://www.jcceo.org/
Description: The JCCEO Community Substance Abuse Prevention Program (CSAPP) is the primary provider of intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment and prevention to low-income, uninsured residents of Jefferson County, Alabama. Prevention services provide an array of family-based and school-based services designed for youth, families, and the community. Activities include education, alternatives, community-based and environmental strategies conducted during school, after school, on weekends, and during the summer. Services provided in outpatient treatment are individual, group, and family counseling for adults ages 18 and above. (Persons 18 years of age require parental consent.) Outreach and referrals from the Municipal Court and other treatment/local community agencies enable JCCEO CSAPP to provide an alternative to medical institutionalization and/or incarceration for individuals with alcohol and drug problems. The intensive outpatient treatment program offers a range of interactive, therapeutic, human and education services to addicted individuals and their families.
Women Only Aletheia House
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35222
Contact Phone: (205) 279-3999
Website: http://www.specialkindofcaring.org/
Description: Aletheia House is a community-based organization that has been providing substance abuse treatment and prevention services to low-income individuals, and the communities in which they live, since 1972. It is one of Alabama’s largest providers of substance abuse treatment, substance abuse/HIV prevention, employment services and affordable housing. Women's Hope and Mother's Hope provide women and their children with the tools they need to succeed in a loving and safe environment. Mother's Hope is a substance treatment program that specializes in the treatment of pregnant women, newly post-partum mothers, and women with dependent children aimed at helping these women recover from their use of drugs or alcohol. The program is open to ALL Medicaid-eligible women and accepts referrals from across the state of Alabama. Women's Hope provides women with a comprehensive substance abuse outpatient program designed to address the specific needs of women and their children. Services are FREE for Medicaid-eligible women.
Birmingham Healthcare
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35203
Contact Phone: (205) 323-5311
Website: http://bhamhealthcare.com/
Description: BHC offers Substance Abuse Treatment through our Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs at the Metro Health Center. Patients receive three months of treatment through participation in-group, individual, and family counseling sessions. Afterwards, patients are expected to attend after-care sessions weekly. The goal of our substance abuse treatment program is to help individuals fight their addiction and return to society as a self-sustaining individual. As for our homeless patients suffering with addiction, after completing the substance abuse treatment program, case managers assist them with job training, employment, and permanent housing.
Family Life Center
Location: Fort Payne, AL - 35967
Contact Phone: (256) 997-9356
Website: http://familylifecenter.ws/
Description: Our mission: To fight substance abuse, mental and emotional problems through quality counseling services and drug testing. Family Life Center is a nonprofit state certified outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility now celebrating 20 years of service to our communities. We offer a multitude of services from individual, group and couples counseling to educational and therapeutic groups for substance and alcohol abuse. FLC offers domestic violence prevention, parenting classes and a certified Anger Management Program. We also offer education groups for at-risk youth. Lastly, we offer an Employee Assistance Program which assists companies in protecting their most valuable asset, their employees.
Tuscaloosa Treatment Center
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL - 35405
Contact Phone: (205) 752-5857
Website: http://www.ttcrecovery.com/
Description: Tuscaloosa Treatment Center provides a recovery program for the addiction to opiate drugs, which includes all pain medication from Lortab to Morphine as well as Heroin. We assist with recovery by providing a combination of counseling therapy and medication using Methadone and Bupernorphine (Suboxone).
Center For Psychiatric Medicine University Of Alabama At Birmingham
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35233
Contact Phone: (205) 934-7008
Website: http://www.uabmedicine.org/
Description: The Addiction Recovery Program at UAB is a place where individuals struggling with alcohol, drug, and substance abuse can find a helping hand, a network of support, and the first step toward a fresh start. Our experienced, compassionate staff tailors each patient’s recovery to his or her unique needs. Renowned specialists, innovative treatments, advanced research, and state-of-the-art medicine unite to bring holistic and compassionate care to each person we treat. UAB Addiction Recovery is based within The Center for Psychiatric Medicine at UAB, which is staffed by more than 1,000 experts in 35 medical fields, including psychiatrists, psychologists, and mental health professionals from the UAB Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology. The Addiction Recovery program is helmed by our medical director, a medical doctor who specializes in addiction recovery. Our knowledgeable and caring staff is comprised of licensed and certified counselors and social workers who work individually and in groups with patients to provide thoughtful and thorough treatment of addiction.
Dothan Outreach Bradford Health Services
Location: Dothan, AL - 36303
Contact Phone: (334) 671-1677
Website: http://www.bradfordhealth.com
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Huntsville Madison Inpatient And Outpatient Bradford Health Services
Location: Madison, AL - 35758
Contact Phone: (800) 879-7272
Website: http://www.bradfordhealth.com
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Located in Madison, Alabama, the facility is less than 10 miles from the Huntsville International Airport. Families arrive via our beautiful tree-lined drive and are greeted by our caring and compassionate staff. The inpatient treatment program offers adults an opportunity to heal mind, body, and spirit through a variety of individual, group, and family therapies in a relaxing and calming environment. In addition to substance abuse services for adult patients, the Madison facility is home to Bradford Health Services’ adolescent inpatient program. The adolescent program helps adolescents and their families find their way back from substance abuse and behavioral problems with treatment designed to address the special needs of adolescents, emphasizing individualized academic programs, therapy through recreation, and proven clinical approaches. Both our adult and adolescent inpatient programs provide a safe, protected, supervised environment for the best recovery experience of the patient and peace of mind for their loved ones.
The Haven Spectracare
Location: Dothan, AL - 36303
Contact Phone: (334) 794-0907
Website: http://spcare.com/
Description: The Haven is a substance abuse crisis residential (short term) treatment center located in Dothan, Alabama. The philosophy of the Haven is that chemical dependency is a psychosocial, bio-genetic disease that when properly treated can enable an individual to live a chemically free lifestyle, indefinitely, without relapse provided he/she maintains a long term recovery program. Upon admission to the Haven, the client will be assigned a primary therapist who is responsible for devising and implementing a well defined, realistic individualized treatment plan for resolving clinical issues blocking the client’s efforts of achieving long term sobriety. The program offers services to clients in a setting that provides extensive and intensive therapy and educational services, as well as food and shelter. The core functions of the Haven include a full time residential environment, all meals; group, individual and family therapy; supportive counseling; substance abuse education; case coordination; continuing care planning, and emergency medical response. Treatment plans are individualized, but include individual counseling, group therapy, family therapy, lectures and discussion, family strengthening groups, recreation therapy, AA/NA meetings and a weekly continuing care program. The Haven can accommodate up to 26 male and 10 female residents. Length of stay averages 14 to 28 days.
Family Life Center - Gadsden Office
Location: Gadsden, AL - 35901
Contact Phone: (256) 459-4494
Website: http://familylifecenter.ws/
Description: Our mission: To fight substance abuse, mental and emotional problems through quality counseling services and drug testing. Family Life Center is a nonprofit state certified outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility now celebrating 20 years of service to our communities. We offer a multitude of services from individual, group and couples counseling to educational and therapeutic groups for substance and alcohol abuse. FLC offers domestic violence prevention, parenting classes and a certified Anger Management Program. We also offer education groups for at-risk youth. Lastly, we offer an Employee Assistance Program which assists companies in protecting their most valuable asset, their employees.
Alcohol And Drug Abuse Treatment Centers Inc
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35211
Contact Phone: (205) 923-6552
Website: http://adatc.org/
Description: The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATC) operates three facilities that allow people to overcome substance abuse and enjoy life again. Pearson Hall, Olivia's House, and the Zukoski Center provide services operated by ADATC, which is certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health-Mental Retardation. Like any other disease, alcoholism or drug addiction requires professional treatment. It is a primary, progressive, and fatal disease. Without treatment it will get worse. However, with professional treatment and abstinence, there is a one hundred percent chance of recovery. Clients entering our inpatient program at Pearson Hall are met with a warm, loving hug. Treatment services are then planned by the medical and counseling staff to meet each client’s individual needs. Days at Pearson Hall are filled with informational films and lectures, individual and group therapy, nutrition and fitness programs, and constant medical evaluation. Clients are also introduced to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and/or Narcotics Anonymous (NA).
Montgomery Outreach/montgomery Bradford Health Services
Location: Montgomery, AL - 36117
Contact Phone: (800) 873-2887
Website: http://www.bradfordhealth.com
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Mobile Metro Treatment Center
Location: Mobile, AL - 36605
Contact Phone: (251) 476-5733
Website: http://www.methadonetreatment.com/
Description: Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) is a unique organization of fifty-seven (57) private outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics that have been successfully treating opiate dependence since 1986. CMG operates as outpatient clinics specifically designed for persons addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including prescription pain medications and heroin. Patients are enrolled into a comprehensive program, which includes individual and group counseling to address psychological and social needs in addition to their chemical dependence. At CMG, we strive to be the premier provider of medication-assisted treatment in the United States. We believe in the disease concept of addictive illness and will treat our patients with dignity and respect in all phases of their treatment experience. Because of this belief, we will focus our clinical practice in terms of addiction disease management and strive always to improve the quality of the lives of the patients we serve. We will strive to institute current research findings in our delivery of services. We will also be a resource to the communities we serve by helping to educate the public on the disease of addiction and advocating at all times the value of treatment in improving the welfare of our communities. Our staff will at all times keep our mission statement as the guiding principle in their work.
Gadsden Treatment Center Inc
Location: Gadsden, AL - 35901-3331
Contact Phone: (256) 549-0807
Website: http://www.thetreatmentcentersinc.com/
Description: Located in Gadsden, Alabama, The Gadsden Treatment Center was founded in 1993 in the hopes of helping the community battle opiate addiction. Gadsden Treatment Center is the only certified methadone clinic in Etowah County. With a qualified medical and clinical staff, Gadsden Treatment Center is dedicated to providing individualized treatment for each person interested in becoming abstinent from illicit opiate use. Gadsden Treatment Center is certified through CARF, receiving their highest level of accreditation with exemplary findings.
Family Life Center - Athens Office
Location: Athens, AL - 35611
Contact Phone: (256) 216-3917
Website: http://familylifecenter.ws/
Description: Our mission: To fight substance abuse, mental and emotional problems through quality counseling services and drug testing. Family Life Center is a nonprofit state certified outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility now celebrating 20 years of service to our communities. We offer a multitude of services from individual, group and couples counseling to educational and therapeutic groups for substance and alcohol abuse. FLC offers domestic violence prevention, parenting classes and a certified Anger Management Program. We also offer education groups for at-risk youth. Lastly, we offer an Employee Assistance Program which assists companies in protecting their most valuable asset, their employees.
Recovery Center For Teens/fort Payne Bridge Inc
Location: Fort Payne, AL - 35967
Contact Phone: (256) 845-7767
Website: http://www.bridgeinc.org
Description: Fort Payne Adult Addiction Treatment Center (ATC) is unique from other Bridge programs in that it provides intensive outpatient services for adults (ages 18 and over) and outpatient services for adolescents (ages 12 to 18) who are experiencing substance abuse problems. The program provides treatment for males and females, adolescents and adults, suffering from chemical abuse or dependence. The treatment team ensures that treatment is comprehensive and thorough. Individualized treatment plans, combined with small group therapy, provide a supportive environment where people can practice new behaviors and learn new ways to relate to themselves and others. All of the staff are seasoned professionals with extensive experience in the treatment of substance abuse. The goal of the adult intensive outpatient program (IOP) is to fully support the person's ability to meet the day-to-day challenges of sobriety by effectively using recovery skills. Morning and evening programs are available and include 9-12 weeks of comprehensive professional support and treatment.
Bradford Health Services - Jacksonville Office
Location: Jacksonville, AL - 36265
Contact Phone: (256) 782-4330
Website: http://bradfordhealth.com/
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Russell County Clinic East Alabama Mh/mr Center
Location: Phenix City, AL - 36868
Contact Phone: (334) 298-2405
Website: http://www.eastalabamamhc.org/
Description: We provide services for persons with mental illness, substance abuse problems, and intellectual disabilities. The Center operates intensive outpatient treatment programs (IOP) for adults who are chemically dependent or who abuse substances, and their families. IOP services are designed to assist consumers in recovering from the disabling effects of substance abuse while promoting healthy alcohol/drug free lifestyles through maximizing consumer and family strengths and skills for coping with situational stressors.
Uab Substance Abuse Programs University Of Alabama In Birmingham
Location: Birmingham, AL - 35209
Contact Phone: (205) 917-3733
Website: http://www.uab.edu/medicine/substanceabuse/beacon-home
Description: For more than 25 years, Beacon Addiction Treatment Center has served the people of Birmingham, Jefferson County and surrounding counties with professional outpatient substance abuse treatment. We offer a variety of treatment components in the context of a 12-step environment and the understanding that addiction is a disease. We provide treatment for adults and adolescents. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by alcohol and other drug use through treatment and education. We see each client as an individual and we strive to provide substance abuse treatment that meets individual needs. It is our intent to assist clients in learning to make healthier choices and to function more effectively in their personal lives and in the community.
Franklin Primary Health Center
Location: Mobile, AL - 36604
Contact Phone: (251) 434-8195
Website: http://www.franklinprimary.org/
Description: Franklin Primary Health Center is a non-profit, federally qualified health center founded in 1975 by Dr. Marilyn Aiello and a group of concerned citizens who recognized the need for quality health care in the underserved Davis Avenue community (now Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue community). Franklin's General Outpatient Program (GOP) is designed to serve chemically dependent individuals who want to achieve sobriety and learn how to deal with problems created by addiction on an outpatient basis.
Phoenix House Inc
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL - 35401
Contact Phone: (205) 758-3867
Website: http://www.phoenixhousetuscaloosa.com/
Description: The Phoenix House, Inc. of Tuscaloosa, Alabama is a free-standing, non-profit halfway house that began operation in the late 1960's and evolved to it's current mission and structure in 1972. During this period, the Phoenix House provided opportunities for addiction recovery in both residential and outpatient levels of care. In June, 1994, operations moved to its current location at 700 35th Ave. The main facility houses 16 females and 24 males. Residents stay from a minimum of 90 days to the maximum of one year. Our primary mission is to assist individuals in their recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and help them return to society as productive members. Success is achieved through individual and group counseling, family counseling, vocational and adult education, life skills training, and job training and placements. Our program focuses on two axioms: Responsibility & Self Discipline; Self-honesty & Self Help
Recovery Center For Teens/mobile Bridge Inc
Location: Mobile, AL - 36609
Contact Phone: (251) 338-1780
Website: http://www.bridgeinc.org
Description: Mobile OUtpatient Addiction Treatment Center (ATC) is designed for youth between the ages of 12 and 18 who meet the American Society of Addiction Medicine's criteria for Level I or Level II treatment placement. The Mobile Outpatient ATC offers outpatient, intensive outpatient, and continuing care services. The service model is based on a blended therapeutic approach, drawing from four theoretical frameworks (Rogerian, behavioral, cognitive, and reality). The program emphasizes an individualized treatment plan that includes the family unit as well as the adolescent. Referrals are accepted from the courts, school systems, parents, and other community agencies. A call to the ATC to schedule a time for screening and assessment is all that is required. Following the assessment, recommendations by the therapist to the client and his / her family of the appropriate level of care will be discussed. The Mobile ATC offers four service tracks. The client will be assigned to the least restrictive service track based on the clinical needs identified during the assessment. Each track incorporates treatment strategies and methods that have been demonstrated to be effective in helping people who are abusing drugs or alcohol. Having multiple tracks of service enables us to match clients to the most appropriate service level.
Quest Rec Center Substance Abuse Treatment Mental Health Center Of North Central Al
Location: Decatur, AL - 35603
Contact Phone: (256) 353-9116
Website: http://www.mhcnca.org
Description: Quest provides substance abuse treatment, education and prevention services.
Mountain View Hospital
Location: Gadsden, AL - 35904
Contact Phone: (800) 245-3645
Website: http://www.mtnviewhospital.com
Description: Mountain View Hospital is a private, specialized psychiatric hospital serving children through senior adults. Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, Mountain View Hospital is the only treatment facility of its kind that offers a complete continuum of inpatient and outpatient services throughout Alabama. Our primary goal at Mountain View Hospital is to provide the highest quality of care through our broad range of services and our devoted and caring staff.
The Shoulder - Foley
Location: Foley, AL - 36535
Contact Phone: (251) 943-7950
Website: http://www.theshoulder.org/
Description: The Shoulder is a Christian, nonprofit, treatment center meeting the needs of those suffering from substance abuse problems.
Family Life Center - Huntsville Office
Location: Huntsville, AL - 35801
Contact Phone: (256) 601-8846
Website: http://familylifecenter.ws/
Description: Our mission: To fight substance abuse, mental and emotional problems through quality counseling services and drug testing. Family Life Center is a nonprofit state certified outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility now celebrating 20 years of service to our communities. We offer a multitude of services from individual, group and couples counseling to educational and therapeutic groups for substance and alcohol abuse. FLC offers domestic violence prevention, parenting classes and a certified Anger Management Program. We also offer education groups for at-risk youth. Lastly, we offer an Employee Assistance Program which assists companies in protecting their most valuable asset, their employees.
Jcceo Community Substance Abuse Prevention Program - Bessemer Location
Location: Bessemer, AL - 35020
Contact Phone: (205) 428-7362
Website: http://www.jcceo.org/
Description: The JCCEO Community Substance Abuse Prevention Program (CSAPP) is the primary provider of intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment and prevention to low-income, uninsured residents of Jefferson County, Alabama. Prevention services provide an array of family-based and school-based services designed for youth, families, and the community. Activities include education, alternatives, community-based and environmental strategies conducted during school, after school, on weekends, and during the summer. Services provided in outpatient treatment are individual, group, and family counseling for adults ages 18 and above. (Persons 18 years of age require parental consent.) Outreach and referrals from the Municipal Court and other treatment/local community agencies enable JCCEO CSAPP to provide an alternative to medical institutionalization and/or incarceration for individuals with alcohol and drug problems. The intensive outpatient treatment program offers a range of interactive, therapeutic, human and education services to addicted individuals and their families.
Bradford Health Services - Huntsville Regional Office
Location: Huntsville, AL - 35816
Contact Phone: (256) 895-3848
Website: http://bradfordhealth.com/
Description: Bradford Health Services has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction for more than 30 years. Bradford’s addiction treatment services are specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and their families in terms of both effectiveness and cost. Bradford Health Services believes chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness, which exists when the use of mood-altering substances causes increasingly severe problems in major areas of a person’s life, including physical, psychological, emotional, social, vocational, and spiritual aspects. Other harmful consequences may include eating disorders, psychiatric illness, and family dysfunction. All Bradford treatment facilities are designed to meet the multiple needs of patients, their families, and those who refer them to us. We offer comprehensive programs to assess and affect positive changes in chemically dependent patients. Abstinence from alcohol and all mood-altering drugs is our immediate and primary goal for patients. The ultimate goal of treatment is to help patients and their families become better functioning and more productive without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Recovery begins with the cessation of alcohol or drug use, and continues during treatment with the learning of new activities and behaviors that support a lifestyle of sobriety. Helping patients discover a healthy and fulfilling life is our mission.
Family Life Center - Decatur Office
Location: Decatur, AL - 35601
Contact Phone: (256) 355-3703
Website: http://familylifecenter.ws/
Description: Our mission: To fight substance abuse, mental and emotional problems through quality counseling services and drug testing. Family Life Center is a nonprofit state certified outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility now celebrating 20 years of service to our communities. We offer a multitude of services from individual, group and couples counseling to educational and therapeutic groups for substance and alcohol abuse. FLC offers domestic violence prevention, parenting classes and a certified Anger Management Program. We also offer education groups for at-risk youth. Lastly, we offer an Employee Assistance Program which assists companies in protecting their most valuable asset, their employees.

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