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Alabama Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

The National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) reported 138 drug and alcohol rehab centers in Alabama. The number of treatment centers have remained stable since 2002, of which 66 are private for-profit and 43 are private non-profit. In addition, the federal, state or local government own and operate the remaining 29 treatment centers in Alabama.

The majority of the drug and alcohol rehab centers in Alabama, 114, offer outpatient services. Residential care is offered by 38 rehab centers in Alabama, and 19 treatment facilities offer an opioid rehab program.

Managed care organizations hold contracts with 39 drug and alcohol rehabs in Alabama, as well as 77 facilities receiving funds from Federal, State, county or local government. This makes drug and alcohol rehab programs highly accessible in Alabama for those in need of treatment.

Reports from the N-SSATS and the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) showed a total of 14,953 clients in treatment, of which 13,855 were in outpatient treatment and 1,541 were under the age of 18.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Admissions in Alabama

Studies also report a steady decline in alcohol and cocaine admissions, but an increase in the mentions of methamphetamines and opiates other than heroin. While admissions have declined from 29% to 14% for strictly alcohol treatment, there has been a significant increase from 17%-48% for drug-only admissions. Latest studies show an estimated 92,000 Alabama citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for drug use. If you or a loved one are suffering fromthe addiction of alcohol or drugs contact us today for help.

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