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Birmingham Drug Rehab Centers

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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.

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