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16 Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Birmingham, Alabama

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Anyone who is looking for the hustle and bustle of a big city will appreciate what Birmingham has to offer. Birmingham has a population of 212,000 people, and it is located in central Alabama, as the county seat of Jefferson County. It encompasses 150 square miles, although the greater metropolitan area is much larger and is home to over 1 million people.

The weather in Birmingham is just what people expect from the deep South. Summers are quite hot and humid, with average daytime highs above 80 degrees from May through September. Winters are mild, with daytime highs typically above 50 degrees and lows usually above freezing, although there is an occasional dusting of snow.

Traveling to Birmingham

Anyone looking to visit or move to Birmingham will have an easy time getting there. Because Birmingham is such a large city, traveling to the city and getting around is very convenient. The Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport has over 100 flights each day to more than 40 cities, many of which are large hubs with connections to the whole country. Once in the city, the Birmingham bus and trolley systems make it easy to reach most locations.

Travelers can choose from hundreds of hotels, motels, and inns scattered throughout the metropolitan area. There is sure to be something available in anyone's budget and desired neighborhood. Many of the hotels in the downtown area are within walking distance of theaters, shopping, and dozens of diverse restaurants.

Life in Birmingham

People who spend some time in Birmingham often find themselves wanting to stay. Cultural events, entertainment, fine dining, shopping, and other recreational opportunities abound in Birmingham, which helps keep life interesting. Like other cities of its size, Birmingham does have its fair share of difficulties, though. Alcohol abuse and substance abuse are problems in Birmingham, and the city is known as a hot-spot for prescription drugs, especially narcotics. This can pose some difficulties for people who have completed rehab and are trying to get their life back in order.

The economy in Birmingham is thriving, with many different types of job opportunities available. One of the single largest employers is the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Other industries with many jobs include steel production and processing, banking, insurance, construction, health care, and soft drink bottling. Because of the abundant jobs, good salaries, and low cost of living, Birmingham is an ideal place to live, work, and build net worth.

  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers Inc/Pearson Hall
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
    • Residential short-term inpatient treatment (30 days or less)
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Aletheia House Women Only
    • Addiction treatment for pregnant/postpartum women
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Residential beds for clients' children
    • Residential long-term inpatient treatment (60, 90, 120 days)
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Aletheia House
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • Court ordered addiction treatment
    • ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Birmingham Healthcare
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
  • Birmingham Metro Treatment Center
    • Addiction treatment for Christians
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
  • Bradford Health Services Birmingham Regional Office/Jefferson
    • Adolescents (teen) addiction treatment
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
  • Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    • Dual diagnosis treatment (Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders)
    • ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
  • Fellowship House Inc
    • Dual diagnosis treatment (Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders)
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • Aftercare addiction treatment (Halfway houses, sober living facilities)
    • Residential long-term inpatient treatment (60, 90, 120 days)
  • Jefferson Cnty Committee for Econ Opp Community Substance Abuse Program
    • Court ordered addiction treatment
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
  • Oakmont Center
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Olivias House
    • Addiction treatment for pregnant/postpartum women
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Residential beds for clients' children
    • ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
    • Residential long-term inpatient treatment (60, 90, 120 days)
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Saint Annes Home Inc
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Aftercare addiction treatment (Halfway houses, sober living facilities)
    • Residential long-term inpatient treatment (60, 90, 120 days)
  • Tri County Treatment Center
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham Addiction Recovery Program
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Inpatient partial hospitalization/day treatment/work programs
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham Beacon Addiction Treatment Center
    • Adolescents (teen) addiction treatment
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Inpatient partial hospitalization/day treatment/work programs
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Zukoski Outpatient
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment

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