Residential substance abuse treatment program for men, women, and women with are pregnant.
Beds: 66 men, 32 women.
Men's Residential is a supportive residential treatment program designed to help men who have long histories of addiction, unemployment and/or homelessness recover from their drug and alcohol use, find a job, and connect to affordable, drug free housing.
SUPPORTIVE RESIDENTIAL CARE
INDIVIDUAL GROUP AND FAMILY COUNSELING
LIFE SKILLS TRAINING
LINKAGES TO OTHER SOCIAL SERVICES
These services are FREE until participants are employed and begin paying a modest program fee.
Mother's Hope is a substance treatment program that specializes in the treatment of pregnant women, newly post-partum mothers, and women with dependent children aimed at helping these women recover from their use of drugs or alcohol. The program is open to ALL Medicaid-eligible women and accepts referrals from across the state of Alabama.
ROOM & BOARD (WOMAN PLUS ONE CHILD UNDER 6 YEARS OLD)
INDIVIDUAL, GROUP, & FAMILY COUNSELING
LIFE SKILLS COACHING
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT FOR WOMEN WHO DO NOT REQUIRE RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT
Is this treatment center really free?
Most of the listings on this website are free; however, we decided it would also be helpful for our visitors to see sliding scale treatment centers and low cost rehab centers for low income persons.