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Auburn Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Auburn, Alabama, is most famous for the university and its popular football team. Residents of Auburn, Alabama, are a joyful group of people. Unfortunately, there is a darker issue that is affecting the citizens of this town: substance abuse. Substance use disorders are affecting many people in the town of Auburn, the state of Alabama and the entire country of America.

Just because a substance is technically legal does not make it any less dangerous. Alcohol use disorder affects many people throughout the state of Alabama and the entire country. For example, 6.1% of individuals aged 12 or older in the state of Alabama are dependent on alcohol. Only 0.4% of these people sought treatment.

If you are suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, you don’t need to suffer any longer. You can seek the treatment that you need.

If you are looking for drug or alcohol rehab treatment in Auburn, Alabama, there are many different resources that you will find. This guide will inform you of your options with treatment programs, detox centers and recovery programs.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

0.5
million Americans misuse cocaine

There are numerous substances that continue to do damage to the lives of millions in America. Substances like methamphetamine and cocaine can wreak serious havoc on the lives of individuals and families. 1.5 million adults in the United States used cocaine as reported in 2013. Are you suffering from a substance use disorder? Find effective treatment for you. Call us today at The Recovery Village.

Finding Help in Auburn

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Auburn, Alabama

In order to determine the type of treatment program that will be most effective for you, you will need to think about the substance you are currently addicted to, the length of this addiction, your history with addiction, your current living situation and other factors. In Auburn, Alabama, there are typically three levels of treatment programs in most drug and alcohol rehab centers.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Residential (also known as retreat-based) treatment programs provide the patient with round-the-clock access to medical care from healthcare professionals. For those who need to go through detox first or those who have severe addictions, this is an ideal program. In a residential treatment program, the patient will stay in the facility. The patient will take part in group therapy, individual therapy, classes and other recreational and healing activities.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    In a PHP or partial hospitalization program, the patient is given a little more flexibility and freedom. Although the patient still takes part in group therapy, individual therapy, classes and other recreational and healing activities, he or she will not stay at the facility overnight.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    In an outpatient treatment program, a patient is still able to fulfill work or family commitments. The patient will still take part in group therapy, individual therapy, classes and other recreational and healing activities, but only for 10 to 15 hours during the week.

National treatment facilities like The Recovery Village are chosen by many people because you will have care from the most experienced professionals and experts in the recovery field who will help you to come up with an individualized treatment plan.

Detox Centers

Throughout the detox process, a detox center can be beneficial as it provides medical assistance. If a patient attempts to undergo painful withdrawal symptoms by himself or herself, he or she is likely to relapse. Some substances (like opiates) can have dangerous, painful and even fatal withdrawal symptoms. This is why having medical supervision while you detox is so important.

Detox is certainly important, but you also have to remember that it only addresses the physical aspect of drug or alcohol addiction. Mental, emotional, spiritual and psychological aspects of addiction will be addressed in a treatment program at a national treatment facility like The Recovery Village. Fortunately, The Recovery Village also offers medically assisted detox so you don’t have to go to two different facilities.

Recovery Meetings Near You

You should feel proud of yourself for completing a residential treatment program, partial hospitalization program and/or an outpatient treatment program. It is beneficial to join a recovery program like Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous if you want to avoid relapse.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international organization that provides support for women and men with alcohol addiction. It has been a great help to millions of people since it was founded in 1935. At a typical AA meeting, a discussion leader will introduce a topic (sometimes by reading literature like The Big Book) and then anyone who is at the meeting may share their thoughts or experiences on the topic (or off the topic if related to alcohol addiction). Here is an option for an AA meeting in Auburn.

  • Auburn United Methodist Church
    Where:
    127 S. Gay St.
    Auburn, AL 36830

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is the second largest recovery group on the planet. It is a fellowship like Alcoholics Anonymous, and it was founded in 1953 by Jimmy Kinnon. It focuses on drug addiction as opposed to alcohol addiction. NA also utilizes the 12 steps of AA, and in meetings, there is an open and honest discussion where members are able to share their thoughts and feelings with each other. Here are a few options for NA meetings in Auburn.

  • Auburn United Methodist Church
    Where:
    137 S. Gay St.
    Auburn, AL 36830

  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church
    Where:
    800 1st Ave.
    Opelika, AL 36801

  • Macon County Commissioner’s Chambers
    Where:
    213 N. Main St.
    Tuskegee, AL 36083

SMART Recovery Meetings

While 12-step programs like NA and AA are popular, they do not resonate with everyone. SMART Recovery offers an alternative. Their 4-point system encourages members to rely on themselves by focusing on principles like managing thoughts and behaviors and coping with any urges that come up. Here are the closest SMART Recovery meetings to Auburn.

  • MACH
    Where:
    6600 Van Aalst Blvd.
    Fort Benning, GA 31905

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

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

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

The person that has a substance misuse problem is not the only one who goes through a difficult time. The relatives, friends and other loved ones of those who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction also suffer and they often need their own support program. Nar-Anon and Al-Anon are 12-step support groups that are meant for the loved ones of those who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction. Here are the meetings available in the Auburn area.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
    100 Church Dr.
    Auburn, AL 36830

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Cornerstone United Methodist Church
    2123 Hamilton Rd.
    Auburn, AL 36830

Seeking drug addiction treatment in Auburn, Alabama will produce a lot of different results. Fortunately, there are also many different resources that are available in other nearby cities.

Local Communities Served

  • 36801
  • 36830
  • 36832
  • 36849
  • 36879

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