Find Rehabilitation Centers in Alabama

Alabama drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers are available. Prevalent drugs in the southern part of the United States in areas like Alabama run from cocaine and crack cocaine to heroin and prescription drugs. Having many open areas within the state of Alabama makes it possible for those producing and selling methamphetamine to thrive. Therefore, drug addiction in these areas is on the rise. Residents of this state are looking for help.

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Association in 2006-2007 illicit drugs include Marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or prescription-type psycho-therapeutics used non-medically. There are a wide range of psychiatric drugs that are used today which are highly addictive and generally abused in large amounts. There are many different types of rehabilitation centers for treatments in Alabama including detoxification, outpatient counseling, short-term inpatient treatment (30-day programs) and long-term residential rehabilitation centers for treatment (longer than 60 day programs). Within the state of Alabama and nation wide, other addiction treatment programs are available which are generally referred to as “medical model” drug rehabs. This type of treatment often uses substitute drugs in the treatment process. For instance, the use of Suboxone for long term relief of withdrawal symptoms has become highly popular for people suffering from Opiate addiction. Opiate drugs include, but are not limited to, heroin, OxyContin, Percocet, Roxicet, vicodine, Lortab, and Hydrocodone. This treatment model basically prescribes drugs to the individual to get the person off drugs. Much controversy has arisen from this approach and Holistic programs are becoming ever popular. Medically assisted detox might be necessary for several types of addictions but all are available locally and nationwide.

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