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The state capitol of Alabama, Montgomery is a thriving city with more than 200,000 residents. Located in the central portion of the state on the Alabama River, Montgomery combines history, culture, commerce and residential living. It is home to Alabama State University, Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base, the Montgomery Zoo and the Montgomery Regional Airport. Montgomery's diversity and charm make it an ideal city for patients looking to create a new home after a stay at a rehab facility.

Healthcare in Montgomery

Healthcare options in Montgomery are abundant and include the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (CAVHCS), Obelisk Healthcare, Baptist Medical Center (east and south campuses) and Jackson Hospital. Jackson Hospital is centrally located, adjacent to Alabama State University and the city's historic Oak Park. Oak Park spans 40-acres and features four gardens, a fish pond, walking trails, playgrounds and sheltered picnic areas.

The Lighthouse Counseling Center is an Intensive Outpatient Unit and treatment center. The center focuses on substance abuse disorders and is located on South Boulevard (Highway 82) just west of the Baptist Medical Center's south campus. Montgomery also is home to the Montgomery Metro Treatment Center for substance abuse and the Chemical Addictions Program, a treatment center designed specifically for adolescents coping with addiction.

Montgomery Living: Recreation and Culture

Oak Park is only of many public parks located throughout Montgomery. The city boasts more than 60 public parks as well as 9+ miles of scenic walking trails. With mild temperatures (average temp: 65 degrees) most of the year, it's easy to enjoy outdoor activities, year-round. Outdoor activities include swimming, fishing, boating, tennis and golf. Riverfront Park features the city's Amphitheatre, Riverwalk Stadium and the historic Union Station Train Shed.

Montgomery offers many cultural venues for residents and visitors, from theater to music and museums. The city is home to the nationally recognized Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Hank Williams Museum, Rosa Parks Museum and the Civil Rights Memorial. The city was named #1 Best Historic City in the 10Best Readers' Choice travel award contest from USA Today.

Employment Opportunities

Larger cities can offer more opportunities for recreation, culture, shopping, dining, housing and employment. Montgomery is a large city with varied employment options. One of the best places to start a search for new employment within Montgomery is found on the city's official website. The Montgomery City-County Personnel Department's online employment system provides links and information for various job openings throughout both Montgomery city and county.

Places to Stay

Visitors and newcomers to Montgomery have many lodging choices. The city is easily accessible from Interstates 65 and 85 and has its own Regional Airport on the city's southwest side off I-65. Lodging options include hotels, bed-and-breakfasts plus campgrounds. Hotels vary and even include luxury accommodations with spa facilities.

Montgomery offers something for everyone. It's a charming city in the heart of the south that is proud of its history but that has embraced today's modern culture.

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