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

Millions of people are being negatively affected by drug and alcohol addiction. Substance abuse is costing our country hundreds of billions of dollars. In 2007, drug and alcohol addiction caused healthcare costs, lost productivity costs and legal fees to escalate to $200 billion.

The state of Alabama has been affected by this as well. To illustrate this point, a recent study found that 3.0% of individuals aged 12 or older in the state of Alabama misuse or are dependent on illegal drugs. Residents of Madison have felt the effects of this epidemic as well.

If you have drug or alcohol addiction, it is never too late for you to seek the treatment that you deserve. There are many resources available to help you begin your recovery journey.

If you are looking for drug and alcohol treatment facilities in Madison, Alabama, there are a number of resources available to you that will be outlined in this guide.

 

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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yearly alcohol-related deaths in Alabama

A recent study found that every year in Alabama, there were 238 alcohol-related fatalities. Just because a substance is legal does not mean it is any less dangerous. Fortunately, you can avoid becoming just another statistic by pursuing treatment at a national treatment center like The Recovery Village. Give us a call today, and allow us to show you the way to healing.

Finding Help in Madison

Madison Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

There are many recovery options available for residents of Madison, Alabama. These include inpatient treatment programs, partial hospitalization programs, outpatient treatment programs, detox centers, medication-assisted treatment or a combination of all of these. Here is a more in-depth description of the different programs that are available.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Those patients who are suffering from a severe addiction are typically the best fit for residential treatment programs. Patients in this program are typically those who have opiate dependence or a history of relapses. The patient lives at the facility until treatment is finished and receives psychological, medical and supportive services.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    A partial hospitalization program is typically short term. The program consists of the same activities as residential treatment – group and individual therapy, etc. – but the patients are permitted to go home during the evenings. Usually when a patient finished a PHP, they proceed to outpatient treatment.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Individuals who have a less severe drug or alcohol addiction or individuals who have already completed a partial hospitalization or a residential treatment program are usually the best fit for outpatient treatment. Patients will attend rehabilitation activities at the facility for 10 to 20 hours during the week, which allows them to be able to work, attend school or take care of any family commitments.

Addiction specialists are available at national treatment centers like The Recovery Village to help you find the recovery program that is going to be the most effective for you in your unique situation. In addition, The Recovery Village features world class amenities and a supportive atmosphere in which you can find healing.

Detox Centers

In the recovery process, the most critical first step is often detoxification. The length of the detox process will depend on what substance you are stopping. It can be unsafe to detox without medical supervision, which is why many people go to a detox center. At a detox center, medical assistance is provided for those who are stopping substances like opiates or benzodiazepines.

A detox center will be helpful in that it will offer medical assistance while you are detoxing. However, it is often better for a patient to detox at a national treatment facility like The Recovery Village because after detoxing, the patient can immediately begin a treatment program, where the psychological, mental and emotional aspects of your substance misuse will be addressed.

Recovery Meetings Near You

The journey of recovery is a journey that involves many steps. Detox and treatment programs are two essential steps, but they are not the only steps. It is important to find a recovery group (like SMART Recovery or Narcotics Anonymous) that will allow you to attend regular meetings as a part of your aftercare. Aftercare is just as important as the other steps along your journey.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

The international, established 12-step aftercare program for people who struggle with alcohol addiction is called Alcoholics Anonymous. Those who are recovering from a dependence on alcohol have the goal to achieve long-term sobriety, and for this purpose, AA will provide long-term support to its members, holding consistent meetings in both small and large cities. Here is an option for an AA meeting in Madison.

  • Madison Hopeful Group
    Where:
    8006 Old Madison Pike
    Suite 1B
    Madisosn, AL 35758

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Often, individuals who have an addiction to harder substances like heroin, cocaine or methamphetamine have a higher tendency to relapse. For this reason, Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings are essential. NA is the 12-step group for those who have an addiction to drugs. In NA, members will find support from the community that will help them to replace destructive behaviors with healthier choices. Here is an option for an NA meeting.


  • Where:
    127 Church St.
    Madison, AL 35758

SMART Recovery Meetings

The 4-point aftercare recovery program that deviates from the 12-step approach of NA and AA is called SMART Recovery. Meetings in SMART Recovery are structured differently, but they still provide those in attendance with support and therapy. SMART Recovery focuses on the values of self-reliance and self-empowerment, and it is grounded in the latest research. Here is the SMART Recovery meeting that is closest to Madison.

  • Christ’s Church
    Where:
    1580 Jeff Rd. NW
    Huntsville, AL 35806

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Nar-Anon and Al-Anon are two programs that are meant to provide the family members and friends of those who suffer with addiction with support and understanding. Sister programs to NA and AA, Nar-Anon and Al-Anon have consistent meetings meant for the daughters, sons, sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, cousins, relatives, friends, spouses and other loved ones of those individuals who are suffering from substance use disorder. Here are a few options for meetings in the Madison area.

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Beating Our Addictions Together of Huntsville
    First Baptist Church
    600 Governor’s Dr. SW
    Huntsville, AL 35801

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Grace Presbyterian Church
    5555 Wall Triana Hwy.
    Madison, AL 35758

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    St. Andrew’s Anglican Mission Church
    9 Eastview Dr.
    Madison, AL 35758

For those who are searching for information on alcohol or drug rehab in Madison, Alabama, there are many resources. However, additionally, there are resources in surrounding communities.

Local Communities Served

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