Alabama, the Yellowhammer State, is home to more than just their beautiful state bird. Our search for the best drug rehab centers in Alabama includes the following 10 rehabs which have been ranked according to criteria like staff, food and nutrition, overall experience, and effectiveness and, after ranking and filtering the list, found the 10 best rehabs in Alabama.
1. The Zukoski Center, Birmingham
One of three facilities operated by The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATC), The Zukoski Center is a substance abuse outpatient treatment center with day sessions 3 times per week and night sessions 3 times per week. In addition to offering group and individual counseling and education for both men and women, they offer HIV screening, case management, and lectures.
For more information on this facility go to https://adatc.org/
2. Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation, Inc, Birmingham
The Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation, Inc (JAFI) was started in the early eighties by a group of businessmen who were recovering alcoholics. The purpose of the facility is to assist those recovering from alcoholism by providing a place where people can attend meetings and conferences and support each other in their recovery. The foundation generally follows the AA and 12-Step principles, and the foundation clubhouse is open 365 days a year.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.jafibham.com/
3. Truth in Love Ministries, Birmingham
Truth in Love Ministries is an on-location ministry that travels to local churches to give counseling and discipleship services. They also offer help for individuals struggling with addictions and do so through outpatient biblical counseling. For those looking for residential treatment, they have partnerships with people, churches, and programs.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.histruthinlove.com/
4. Magnolia Creek, Columbiana
A treatment center for women, Magnolia Creek provides residential treatment and partial hospitalization for women over 18. In addition to struggling with substance abuse, their clients may struggle with mood disorders, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and a variety of other illnesses and disorders. Clients participate in individual and group therapy as well as meet with the medical director, nurse, and dietician.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.magnolia-creek.com/
5. Joan E. Leary Counseling, Birmingham
Joan Leary is a professionally-trained counselor whose philosophy it is to be kind to one’s self by seeking counseling, if needed, to tend to the body, mind, and spirit. Her therapeutic techniques include existential meaning-of-life therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, spirituality, motivational enhancement therapy, creative art modalities, and reality therapy. Sessions are 50 minutes long and are confidential.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.joanlearycounseling.com/
6. New Horizons Recovery Center, Huntsville
Part of WellStone Behavioral Health, New Horizons Recovery Center is an outpatient treatment center for adults who struggle with substance abuse. Clients can also receive intensive outpatient counseling. New Horizons also works with the Huntsville-Madison County criminal justice system to give substance abuse treatment to individuals in the Adult Drug Court and Family Drug Court Programs.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.wellstone.com/
7. Alabama Psychological Services Center, Huntsville
Alabama Psychological Services Center provides a wide range of mental health services to people with differing mental health issues, including substance abuse. The staff are highly-trained and experienced clinicians who place an emphasis on evidence-based interventions like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. They specialize in providing short-term, cost effective treatment.
For more information on this facility go to http://alapsych.com/
8. C.E.D. Fellowship House, Gadsden
Certified by the State of Alabama, C.E.D. Fellowship House is a residential treatment center for substance abusers. They are able to provide services for twenty adult males at a given time. To be admitted into the home, prospective clients have to undergo an adult psychosocial assessment by someone trained in the profession who holds a Master’s Degree prior to applying for admittance. As payment, Fellowship House accepts 30 percent of the client’s weekly net income (not to exceed $75.00 per week) for room and board. Rides to and from work are $2.00 (not to exceed $20.00 per week).
For more information on this facility go to https://cedfellowshiphouse.org/
9. The Gadsden Treatment Center, Gadsden
This treatment center is dedicated to helping those who struggle with opiate addiction, including heroin, morphine, lortab, vicodin, oxycontin and other dangerous drugs. The Gadsden Treatment Center is a certified methadone clinic and, as such, are prepared to ease the uncomfortable process that is recovery from opiate addiction. The facility is open and services are provided 365 days a year, including holidays.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.thetreatmentcentersinc.com/
10. Rapha Treatment Center, Attalla
Rapha Treatment Center is a non-profit, private, state-certified drug and alcohol treatment facility that Christian values in their programs. The Center has 54 beds and uses a phased program approach which allows clients to receive up to a year of continuous residential care. Males ages 18 and up are are accepted into the treatment program.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.raphaministries.net/
Alabama Counties Drug and Alcohol Rehabs
- Barbour (3)
St. Clair (1)