A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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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

Types of Pain Killer Addiction Treatment

Pain killer addiction treatment program

Pain killer addiction can pose serious challenges in treatment.  Many different methods of pain killer addiction treatment exist to help people who suffer from physical dependence to reclaim their lives and get on the right path to sobriety and long term recovery.  For most recovering addicts, the first step in healing is to spend time….

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Alcoholism among older people may be overlooked

As people age, they may tend to mix alcohol with prescription drugs. Disaster can ensue. Research suggests alcoholism among the elderly may not be diagnosed or is simply overlooked. Todd Wagner, clinical director at Blue Mountain Counseling in Dayton, said alcoholism among seniors is a growing problem, often going unnoticed. Maybe providers aren’t asking seniors….

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My endless battle with the bottle

Mike (not his real name) started drinking as a teen and found himself drawn into alcoholism. “I started drinking when I was about 15 or 16, but it wasn’t a regular occurrence,” he said. “At university it became more regular, but I didn’t think I had an alcohol problem, and at that point I was….

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Causes and symptoms of substance abuse

substance abuse treatment

The causes of substance abuse are many like family factors and the social factors. Children and adults who live in chaotic home environment are at a greater risk of causing substance abuse. In effecting parenting and lack of parental attachment along with lack of nurturing can also contribute to be a cause of the substance….

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