Substance Abuse Resources
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Anniston Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Substance abuse and drug addiction is causing a major problem for many individuals all over America. This is true for residents of the town of Anniston in the state of Alabama. Both illegal substances like heroin, marijuana and cocaine as well as legal substances like alcohol and prescription medications (Xanax, hydrocodone, Adderall, etc.) are doing a lot of damage to individuals and families throughout America.

The state of Alabama has had many difficulties with its citizens being affected by substance use disorder. In the entire country, Alabama has the highest rate of prescription narcotic use. Stimulants (Adderall, Vyvanse), opiates (hydrocodone, OxyContin) and benzodiazepines (Valium, Klonopin) can be dangerous. While they do have legitimate uses when prescribed by doctors, some patients can become dependent upon them and misuse them.

You don’t need to suffer any more if you have been affected by substance use disorder. You can seek the treatment that you deserve.

For those who are looking for drug addiction treatment in Anniston, Alabama, there are a number of resources that are available to you.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

0.7
million people drove impaired in 2012

Alcohol addiction can be just as problematic as drug addiction. In 2013, a survey found that 28.7 million people drove drunk at least once in the year before. Whether you suffer from drug addiction, alcohol addiction or both, it is never too late to ask for help. Call us today at The Recovery Village, and we can provide you with a path to healing.

Finding Help in Anniston

Anniston, Alabama Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers

The problem of drug and alcohol addiction has reached the entire state of Alabama. Substance use disorder doesn’t discriminate. Those who are addicted harmful substances come from all races, ages, genders and nationalities. Anniston citizens who want to break free from their addictions can find several kinds of treatment options available in the area. It can be overwhelming to sort through all of the options to determine the best treatment program for you. The following treatment programs are available.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    In a residential (also called retreat-based or inpatient) treatment program, patients stay in the facility and have round-the-clock access to medical supervision from healthcare professionals and addiction specialists. In this program, patients will have therapy, classes and other healing activities.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    In a partial hospitalization program (PHP), patients are in the facility during the day for 6 – 8 hours a day, and then they go home in the evenings, assuming that they have a safe and stable environment in which to live or the facility provides housing. In this program, patients will have therapy, classes and other healing activities as well.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    In an outpatient treatment program, patients are in the facility throughout the week for 10 to 15 hours and then they stay at home the rest of the time assuming they have a safe and stable environment in which to live or the facility provides housing. In this program, patients will have therapy, courses and other healing activities just like residential and PHP patients.

When seeking treatment for a substance use disorder, there are a lot of different options for local facilities. It might be wise to find a national treatment center like The Recovery Village. At a facility like The Recovery Village, there are experienced addiction specialists that will assess your situation and determine which treatment program is going to be the most effective for you.

Detox Centers

Detoxification can be a vital step on the recovery journey if you are coming off certain substances like benzodiazepines or opioids. You may need medical assistance when you are going through this process. Medical supervision can keep you comfortable so that the detox process is not painful or dangerous. Detox centers are a great place to get medical assistance with this process.

While a detox center might be helpful, it is much better to find a facility that will enroll you in a treatment program after you detox. Going to a detox center that does not offer treatment programs will only address the physical component of your addiction and not the psychological or mental components. The Recovery Village offers treatment programs as well as detox programs.

Recovery Meetings Near You

After you have gone through detox and a treatment program, you have taken major steps on the road to recovery, but your journey is far from over. It’s important that you join a recovery group like Alcoholics Anonymous or SMART Recovery.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

International non-profit organizations like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) have regular meetings. AA offers understanding and support for people who suffer from an addiction to alcohol. AA utilizes a 12-step program that’s an integral part of a patient’s rehabilitation and recovery. Here are a few AA meetings in Anniston.

  • 1020 1/2 Noble St.
    Where:
    Anniston, AL 36201
    1411 Gurnee
    Anniston, AL 36201


  • Where:
    101 S. Christine Ave.
    Anniston, AL 36207

    Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

    Narcotics Anonymous (NA) 12-step program like AA, but it is dedicated to those who are addicted to drugs and not just alcohol. NA is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1953. There are NA meetings in over 130 countries. Here is a meeting in the Anniston area.


    • Where:
      1020-A Noble St.
      Anniston, AL 36201

    SMART Recovery Meetings

    Self-Management for Addiction Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery is a relatively new recovery program that provides an alternative to 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Instead of encouraging members to look to a higher power for help with addiction, SMART Recovery focuses on self-reliance by looking at addiction as a series of destructive behaviors. Here are the closest SMART Recovery meetings to Anniston.

    • The Moore Institute
      Where:
      4126 Autumn Ln.
      Vestavia Hills, AL 35243

    • Your Therapist Office
      Where:
      90 Commerce Dr.
      Fayetteville, GA 30214

    • Foundations Atlanta at Midtown
      Where:
      1708 Peachtree St. NW
      Atlanta, GA 30309

    Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

    When you are the friend, wife, husband, boyfriend, girlfriend or family member of someone who suffers from addiction to alcohol or drugs, there may be times when you need support from other people who understand what you are going through. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are two support groups that provide that purpose. Here is an Al-Anon meeting in the Anniston area.

    • Al-Anon
      Where:
      RMC’s Physicians’ Center
      901 Leighton Ave #406
      Anniston, AL 36201

    While there are many options for those who are looking for drug or alcohol rehab treatment facilities in Anniston, Alabama, there are also many helpful resources in nearby cities that you may want to look into.

    Local Communities Served

    • 36201
    • 36202
    • 36203
    • 36204
    • 36205
    • 36206
    • 36207

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    Anniston was last modified: August 16th, 2017 by The Recovery Village