Alabama Drug Rehab

Drug addiction is a very serious problem in the state of Alabama. Marijuana, cocaine, prescription pain killers, and stimulants such as methamphetamine and crystal meth are among the most commonly abused drugs in the state. The consequences of addiction in Alabama are evident in the hundreds of deaths associated with drug and alcohol addiction each year, as well as other criminal justice, health and social consequences that go hand in hand with addiction in society and in the state. Because of these consequences and the problems associated with drug addiction in Alabama, every effort must be made to get drug and alcohol addicted individuals help; primarily in the form of effective drug rehab which can get addicted individuals through drug and alcohol detoxification and follow through with actual treatment to address all of the issues which must be resolved to ensure they don't relapse.

It can be difficult for individuals and their loved ones to come to terms with the fact that drug and alcohol addiction don't usually resolve on their own, no matter how hard the person wants to quit. This can be very discouraging, because most individuals will often try and quit on their own to no avail and wind up in an even deeper hole of addiction. There are so many reasons why people begin using drugs, many of which are very personal and particular to each individual. Likewise, there are many different tools which can be used to help bring these reasons to the surface so they can be resolved. Just trying to detox oneself from drugs isn't resolving these issues and is only addressing the surface physical symptoms. That's why so many individuals who do try and quit on their own without the help of drug rehab usually return to drug and alcohol use.

The solution to drug and alcohol addiction in Alabama is to receive help at any of the various different types of drug rehab programs in the state which will not only address the physical symptoms of addiction, but fully rehabilitate the addict but ensuring any emotional and psychological attachments and triggers are also resolved. This will ensure that the individual is given the best chance at a sober future with the least chance of relapse. The drug rehab program which is best for each individual should be determined on an individual basis, based on their particular needs and circumstances. For example, an individual who has a severe physical dependence and addiction to drugs or alcohol should be in a drug rehab program which provides a stable and therapeutic environment, typically an inpatient or residential drug rehab program in Alabama. These types of drug rehab programs are proven to be the most effective because the individual is able to immerse themselves in treatment in a distraction free environment that will provide them with everything they need to become fully rehabilitated.

If someone you care about in Alabama is drug addicted and is hesitant to accept the help that is being offered in the form of drug rehab, it is sometimes necessary to convene a drug intervention. An intervention is a tool which can be used to help persuade a drug or alcohol addicted individual to accept help even if others efforts to do so have failed. A drug intervention is a very exact process that helps the addicted individual reach a point of awareness of their problem and how it has affected themselves and others, and what they can ultimately do to resolve addiction once and for all. An intervention usually entails working with a professional interventionist and the drug rehab of choice to ensure all arrangements are in order when the individual does accept help, and to make preparations for the actual meeting itself. The drug intervention meeting will be a forum of truth for loved ones and friends to let the addicted individual know how their addiction has caused deterioration in their lives and in their relationships and how things can change if they do or do not accept help. If the individual doesn't accept help after the intervention, family members and loved ones enforce repercussions and ultimatums so that they are no longer enabling the person's habit. This is sometimes in itself enough pressure to get the individual to accept the help being offered, with the outcome being the same in the end.

Once an addicted individual does accept help in Alabama, they can begin their road to rehabilitation. Rehabilitation at a drug rehab most often begins with a drug detoxification which assists individuals through the symptoms of withdrawal and also ensures that detox is a safe and smooth process. Detoxing from certain substances can cause complications if not overseen properly, which is why individuals coming off of drugs should always be in a professional detox setting with medical assistance always on hand. Detox in itself is not treatment; and individuals who only detox and don't follow through with a thorough drug rehab program typically have outcomes as if they had not done rehab at all. Therefore, if someone is going to make an effort to come off of drugs, they should put their best foot forward and fully dedicate themselves to the entire process which includes intensive education, counseling and therapy following detox.

Once detox is complete, individuals in drug rehab in Alabama will work intensively with treatment counselors to resolve the real issues which got them addicted and will keep them addicted if left unresolved. Individual and group counseling will help reveal many of these issues which can be very particular and personal, and is one reason why individuals should be allowed to remain in treatment as long as needed until all of these issues are resolved. For one person it could take 60 days, while someone else with more deeply rooted addiction issues would need a longer course of treatment. A drug rehab program in Alabama which requires at least a 90 day stay is going to offer the best chance at complete rehabilitation.

Treatment Listings in Alabama:
  • Gulf Coast Treatment Center
    12271 Interchange Road Grand Bay Alabama, 36541
  • Marion County Treatment Center
    1879 Military Street South Hamilton Alabama, 35570
  • UAB Community Psychiatry Program
    908 20th Street South Birmingham AL., 35294
  • Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare
    508 Gregory Street Scottsboro AL., 35768
  • Pickens County Satellite
    140 Courthouse Square East Carrollton Alabama, 35447
  • Chemical Addictions Program Inc
    1153 Air Base Boulevard Montgomery Alabama, 36108
  • Huntsville Hospital
    101 Sivley SW Road Huntsville AL., 35801
  • Regional Medical Center Jacksonville
    1701 Pelham Road South Jacksonville AL., 36265
  • Indian Rivers Mental Health Center
    2439 Main Street Brent Alabama, 35034
  • DeKalb Regional Medical Center
    200 Medical Center Drive SW Fort Payne Alabama, 35968
  • SpectraCare
    6154 Old Webb Road Webb AL., 36376
  • Chilton Shelby Mental Health Center
    110 Medical Center Drive Clanton AL., 35045
  • Pickens County Medical Center
    241 Robert K Wilson Drive Carrollton Alabama, 35447
  • West Alabama Mental Health Center
    401 1st Street Greensboro Alabama, 36744
  • Rehab Day Montezuma Complex
    205 Academy Drive Andalusia AL., 36420
  • Hillwood Home
    210 North Elm Avenue Sylacauga AL., 35150
  • Home9 Eastlake
    7744 1st Avenue South Birmingham Alabama, 35206
  • CED Fellowship House Inc
    4209 Brooke Avenue Gadsden Alabama, 35904
  • Bradford Health Services
    1600 Browns Ferry Road Madison AL., 35758
  • Cullman County Treatment Center
    1912 Commerce Avenue NW Cullman AL., 35056
  • Cherokee Etowah Dekalb CMHC
    901 Edith Street Centre Alabama, 35960
  • Anniston Fellowship House Inc
    106 East 22nd Street Anniston Alabama, 36201
  • Crisis Residential Center
    3911 Triana Boulevard SW Huntsville AL., 35805
  • Cherokee Etowah Dekalb CMHC
    301 14th Street NW Fort Payne AL., 35967
  • Shoulder
    31214 Coleman Lane Spanish Fort Alabama, 36527
  • Tuscaloosa Treatment Center
    1001 Mimosa Park Road Tuscaloosa Alabama, 35405


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