Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services in Birmingham, Alabama
Bradford Health Services provides drug and alcohol rehab treatment services throughout the Birmingham area.
Intervention Services, Birmingham, AL (and regional locations)
Consultation With Our Crisis Team 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week - Bradford offers a no-cost consultation. We ask questions, listen carefully, gather information, and make recommendations to patients and their families. We assist those we serve by helping them make life-changing decisions for themselves and their family members.
Concerned Person's Group offered at Bradford's Regional Office in Birmingham, AL (and other regional offices).
This group educates those affected by chemical dependency, and helps lead them on a path to their own recovery.
Intervention Specialists - Working with our Intervention Specialist involves a face-to-face meeting to plan, educate, and develop a strategy to confront the addicted person with his or her illness. Financial arrangements are made with the specialist.
Warrior Lodge – Residential Inpatient Program
The Warrior Lodge Inpatient Program is located just 30 minutes north of the Birmingham International Airport, it is easily accessible from all regions of the country.
Inpatient Adult Care Programs and Services in Birmingham, Alabama
All patients receive a multidisciplinary assessment to determine the need for treatment.
Medical detoxification and medical stabilization are provided 24 hours a day as needed.
Family Programs - Family members join the patient and learn about drug and alcohol addiction and the family's role in the recovery process.
Counseling - based on the 12-Step philosophy, and is conducted in individual, group, and specialized sessions.
Partial Hospitalization -Provided as the risk of withdrawal subsides, physical complications improve, and the emotional crisis diminishes.
Adventure-based programs teach patients to challenge their own self-imposed limits. They help build self-confidence, trust, teamwork, and respect for others.
Services Extended Care Program – Providing additional time for more intensive care. This includes examining internal and external factors that prohibit sobriety, such as family-of-origin issues, work-related issues, and other simultaneously occurring problems.
Healthcare Professionals Program – Healthcare professionals receive treatment designed to address their unique needs, including occupational hazards, access to prescription medication, professional enabling, stress, co-dependency, licensing issues, and re-entry into their specific area of practice.
Legal Professionals Program - Judges and attorneys are trained to ascertain the problem and implement a solution. They may often dedicate more time to their profession than to themselves or their families. This absence of balance can cause legal professionals to ignore their own problems and needs.
Athletes Program - Often beginning at a very young age, athletes are under extreme pressure from family, coaches, fans, and themselves to excel on and off the field. They're taught to never surrender, never quit, and win at all cost, which may be fine in the game itself. But, off the field, this sense of invincibility can hinder the athlete's ability to admit that he or she has a real problem, and can therefore exacerbate an addiction.
Military Program - The military community is trained to tough it out and get the job done at virtually any and all costs. This highly focused way of life, combined with a soldier's aura of invincibility, can make it easy to ignore a drinking or drug problem. But confronting the problem as early as possible is the best way to overcome it.
Intensive Outpatient Program, Birmingham Regional Office
As patients progress in adult and adolescent treatment, the risk of relapse lessens and the patient is able to return home. He or she must continue to work under closely monitored conditions in Bradford's Intensive Outpatient Program. Several times per week, patients attend special sessions designed to treat their continual risk of relapse and environmental stressors. Less critical emotional stressors are treated as well. When appropriate, some patients actually enter treatment through the Intensive Outpatient Program, as it is also designed to help those in the early stages of chemical dependency.