Alabama 2017-11-10T09:54:42-06:00

Alabama Sobriety and Treatment Hotlines

Finding an Alabama alcohol or drug dependence recovery treatment center can help get you or your loved one’s life back on track.

Athens (256) 217-4276
Auburn (334) 246-5330
Bessemer (205) 417-2555
Birmingham (205) 588-1625
Decatur (256) 217-4788
Florence (256) 263-4262
Gadsen (256) 399-0220
Huntsville (256) 217-4779
Jackson (251) 589-7828
Mobile (251) 281-2090
Montgomery (334) 649-3039
Tuscaloosa (205) 210-4979

For people who are suffering from alcoholism and drug abuse, their families and friends, it is important to know that there is help available in Alabama. Coming clean with yourself and to others that you, or someone you love, have a problem with either alcohol and/or drugs are the first step to intervention and getting help. It is a known fact that Alabama drug abuse and alcoholism creates chaos in any kind of relationship, be it personal or professional. Addictions destroy careers, relationships, marriages, entire lives and quality of life. Incarceration or death is the certain end of continual alcoholism and drug abuse. Alabama drug intervention programs, alcohol treatment facilities and various types of Alabama services are all accessible to addicts and their families.

Alabama statistics for alcoholism and drug abuse in 2005 show that 246,000 people had a problem with alcoholism or dependency and 113,000 Alabama individuals had a drug addiction or dependency to an elicit drug. The same studies also show that 229,000 alcohol dependents didn’t receive the alcohol intervention or rehabilitation that they required and 92,000 drug abusers didn’t have any drug intervention or go to any drug rehab facility.

Addiction Intervention

Drug and alcohol intervention is a move forward towards the addiction recovery process. Most often, it is not the addict themselves who is seeking help, but rather a friend or family member. Alcoholics and drug abusers are often far too dependent to recognize that they have a dependency problem, which makes them unable to ask for assistance and help from an Alabama drug or alcohol treatment center. However, without intervention from loved ones where help is received from an alcohol intervention program or drug treatment center, the addict will likely continue to get more and more deep-rooted in their addiction of choice or will get into more elicit drugs and then slip even further away from the people that love them and rehabilitation.

Alabama Addiction Treatment Programs

The communities throughout Alabama are also affected by a lack of Alabama alcohol rehab facilities and Alabama drug treatment centers. The statistics of people who are drug abusers or alcoholics is growing extensively and while these numbers rise, so do the instances of crime, violent acts and poverty. It is unfortunate that the addiction recovery rates in existing drug treatment centers and alcohol rehab programs is low, despite the commitment, concern and hard work of dedicated professionals in the Alabama treatment centers. Addiction recovery takes time and patience from the addict, the family and friends of an addict, as well as the health care professionals involved in the intervention and addiction recovery process. The solution to this major problem in Alabama treatment centers is to increase the number of Alabama alcohol treatment programs and drug rehabilitation centers.

There are current Alabama alcohol rehab facilities and drug treatment centers for drug abusers, alcoholism, and those with a dual diagnosis. There are short programs such as outpatient counseling and 30 day inpatient programs to longer term residential treatment for drug abuse and alcoholism such as a 60 day or more intervention and treatment program. While the intervention and Alabama treatment programs are very important, the follow up care and after care for addicts is also important, as is the support and care from family and friends.

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