Addiction and Treatment Statistics for Abbeville, Alabama
The city of Abbeville, Alabama is located in southeast Alabama in Henry county 95 miles from Montgomery. With a population of 2,688 people Abbeville has a small town southern feel as it sits in between the Tennessee and Florida borders. The city offers a few rehabilitation programs including the local Care Clinic, Intensive Outpatient Program and Day Treatment.
Tourism & Events
If you have a loved one enrolled in a drug or alcohol rehab center in Abbeville and plan to visit, there are some scenic and historic events held in the city. One of the largest is the Yatta Abba Day where the local community celebrates the start of spring and blooming of the dogwood trees with a local festival. The event hosts live music, a sock hop and other children’s events and food. Lake Eufaula, the largest landmark, is also nearby where visitors can enjoy fishing, boating and wildlife. The weather in Abbeville is mild with summer temperatures between 70℉ and 90℉ and winter temperatures ranging between 60℉ and 40℉.
Restaurants and Hotels in Abbeville
Abbeville has a handful of restaurants within the town as well as 30 miles away in the neighboring towns of Eufaula and Dothan. The town has a local hotel where families and loved ones can stay during their visit called the Guesthouse Inn.
The closest airport to Abbeville, Alabama is the Abbeville Municipal Airport. The Montgomery Regional Airport is set up for travelers who would drive a little less than two hours to arrive in Abbeville.
Drug Addiction Issues In Abbeville
According to a 2009 report from the National Institute on Drug Abuse Abbeville share similar problems that the entire state of Alabama face. Some of these include meth labs as well as abuse of drugs like marijuana, cocaine, prescription drugs (painkillers), stimulants and other opiate drugs like heroin. The crime rate in Abbeville is slightly higher than the US national average.