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Mobile Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers

The coastal metropolis of Mobile, Alabama is a glittering jewel on the state's landscape. It's brimming with cultural significance, opportunity, and, most of all, resources. Those afflicted with a substance abuse problem of any sort can easily take advantage of the city's myriad resources and rehabilitation centers.

Drug Abuse in Alabama

According to research collected by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), in any given month during 2012 and 2013, over 21% of the Alabama population ages 12 and older engaged in binge alcohol use and over 7% engaged in in illicit drug use. As both are often symptomatic of or likely to lead to substance abuse, these statistics should not be taken lightly. If addiction affects you or someone you love, consider utilizing one of Mobile's many drug rehabilitation sites. Included below are a few of them.

Frank Primary Health Center

The Franklin Primary Health Center, located on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, has been serving the Mobile community for nearly 40 years. As a comprehensive medical center, it provides state-of-the-art substance abuse services in addition to many others. Addiction is a complex issue, and it often creates other tricky health issues. Franklin Primary Health Center, through its innumerable social and health care services, is prepared to tackle them all.

The Bridge, Inc.

The Bridge, Inc. is a youth network that directly assists adolescents affected by substance abuse. It connects young people from all across the state to whatever medical, physical, and mental resources they need to recover and thrive. In Mobile, the Bridge specifically helps patients through the Point Academy Program and the Campbell Center. Their programs also help teens in other issues such as anger management, stress management, and self-esteem growth.

Bradford Health Service

Like the Bridge, Inc., Bradford Health Service is part of a comprehensive, statewide network against substance abuse. This organization, however, includes adults. For over 30 years, it has used its connections, history, and resources to combat addiction in every corner of Alabama. Programs available specifically at the Mobile office include a General 12-Step Meeting, General Family Support, Adult Outpatient Detox, Adult Continuing Care, Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program, and Adolescent Continuing Care. Other programs are easily available throughout the state.