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Alabama Treatment Centers

Alabama AA Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous – A comprehensive list of AA meetings in Alabama including local websites and telephone numbers to assist those suffering from alcohol addiction in finding local support.

Central Alabama AA – For residents looking for local Alcoholics Anonymous support in the central Alabama region.

Birmingham, Alabama AA – For residents of Birmingham and surrounding areas in need of alcohol addiction recovery support.

Mobile, Alabama AA – For residents of Mobile and surrounding towns in search of quality support for alcohol addiction recovery.

North Alabama AA – Alcoholics Anonymous groups located in the northern Alabama region.

Eastern Shore Alabama AA – Alcoholics Anonymous support groups and listings in the Eastern Shore area of the state.

Al-Anon

Al-Anon family groups provide support services for those who have a loved one or family member who is addicted to alcohol and who’s alcohol abuse has caused them suffering or pain.

Al-Anon Alabama – The Alabama & Northwest Florida chapter of Al-Anon Family groups.

Greater Birmingham, Al-Anon – The division of Al-Anon Family Groups providing support to residents of Greater Birmingham and surrounding communities.

Al-Anon / Al-Ateen Birmingham – The Birmingham area division of Al-Anon and Al-Ateen family groups and support for both adults and teens who have been victims of a loved one’s alcohol abuse.

Mental Health

The Alabama Department of Mental Health – Residents in need of mental health services or treatment can contact the Alabama Department of Mental Health toll free at 1-800-367-0955.

NAMI Alabama – The National Alliance on Mental Illness, Alabama location can be reached toll free at 1-800-626-4199 for help finding and choosing effective mental health treatment.

Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority – Providing quality mental health care and referrals to those living in Montgomery and surrounding areas.

Mental Health Association Morgan County – Mental health treatment for residents of Morgan County, Alabama.

Anonymous Support Groups

Alabama NA Schedule – Narcotics Anonymous scheduled meetings throughout Alabama.

Cocaine Anonymous Alabama – Cocaine Anonymous support groups throughout Alabama for those in recovery from Cocaine addiction.

Crystal Meth Anonymous Alabama – Support groups in Alabama for those in recovery from methamphetamine addiction.

Alabama Marijuana Anonymous – Marijuana Anonymous groups providing support and a helping hand to those suffering from marijuana addiction in Alabama.

Alabama Helplines

Jefferson County DHR Child Abuse Hotline – For child abuse situations, contact 205-423-4850

Alabama AIDS Hotline – For information and treatment referrals pertaining to AIDS, contact 800-228-0469

National Substance Abuse Hotline – Individuals suffering from substance abuse can get treatment referrals, support and answers by calling 800-729-6686

Suicide Prevention Lifeline – If suicide or depression is a problem, contact a caring professional at 800-784-2433

Treatment & Detox Guide

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