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The listings in Camden , Alabama and surrounding areas provide the following services:

(1) Mental Health Services
(6) Drug/Alcohol Detoxification
(16) Outpatient
(3) Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment
(2) Short term Residential Care 30 Days or Less
(6) Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment
(2) Hospital Inpatient
(2) Teens and Adolescents
(1) Seniors/Older Adults
(1) Driving Under The Influence/Driving While Intoxicated Offenders
(2) Clients With Legal Issues
(7) American Sign Language
(4) Methadone Maintenance
(4) Women That Are Pregnant or Postpartum
(3) Halfway House
(4) Services for Co-occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders
(2) Persons with HIV/AIDS
(2) Males
(2) General Health Services
(3) Females
(1) Methadone Detoxification
(2) Residential Beds for Children
(1) Mix of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
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Do you live in Camden, Alabama and have an addiction to drugs or alcohol? Is someone you know or care about battling drug or alcohol addiction and needs help? Drug and alcohol addiction exists everywhere in society today, and when an individual is caught up in addiction it can seem that there is no way out. There is in fact a way out, and it can be found at an Alcohol Treatment or Drug Rehabilitation Facility in Camden.

An Alcohol Treatment or Drug Rehabilitation Facility in Camden treats drug addiction and alcoholism by teaching the individual how to overcome problems in life with real solutions, and that drugs and alcohol are not the answer. This can empower the individual, and put them in a position to start winning and achieving their goals. The end result of treatment at a Drug Rehabilitation or Alcohol Rehab Facility in Camden would be the individual being able to work their way through life and its obstacles, without the need or desire to use drugs or alcohol.

Due to the varying needs of individuals seeking treatment, there are a number of treatment programs available in Camden to care for someone addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. There are Short-term Addiction Recovery Facilities, Inpatient Drug Rehabilitation Facilities, Long-term Drug Rehabilitation Programs, Outpatient Rehabs, support group meetings, drug counseling, halfway houses and sober living.

Treatment at an Alcohol Rehabilitation or Drug Rehab Facility in Camden will hone in on the two main causes of addiction, physical and psychological. Over time, the individual's brain adapts to the use of a psychoactive substance, lessening the effect of the drug. Physical tolerance develops as a result. The person ends up having to take more and more drugs or alcohol to try and get back to that first initial high that got them hooked.

Upon commencing treatment, an individual will address the physical aspect of addiction by taking part in a detoxification program in Camden, Alabama, which will get him through the uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that are caused by abrupt cessation of a substance. Withdrawal symptoms can typically last for days, weeks or months depending on the type of substance you're dealing with. Heroin withdrawal for example may take quite some time to get through, and is particularly painful. Detoxification along with psychological counseling will get the individual in the right frame of mind to start addressing the psychological issues that are involved with the addiction to drugs or alcohol. This method greatly increases the individual's chances of a successful recovery and prevents relapse.

A Drug Rehab or Alcohol Treatment Facility in Camden, AL. offers a sane environment that is conducive to a successful recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The individual will be taught how to properly handle life situations and control their own behavior in response to their environment. When the individual returns home following treatment, he will do so with a new mindset on how to engage with friends, family etc. The influences which may have triggered addiction in the individual will not have the same power over him. As part of treatment the individual will have addressed these psychological stressors as a priority and they will no longer have an effect on him.

Studies have shown that an individual who is addicted to drugs and alcohol shows changes in their brain, specifically the way it functions and responds to situations. This is an important reason that professional help at an Alcohol Rehab or Drug Rehabilitation Program in Camden, AL. is the best option to try and beat addiction.

Someone who is caught up in the destructive cycle of addiction is up against a lot, the odds may seem against him. But they aren't if he pursues treatment at a Drug Rehabilitation or Alcohol Treatment Center in Camden, AL. Treatment exists so that the addict is given the best chance at a successful recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. There is hope for you or someone you care about. Addiction has a cure, and treatment at a Drug Rehab or Alcohol Treatment Program in Camden is that cure. Don't wait another minute to get the help you deserve.

Getting Help

Call toll free 1-888-852-5869 and speak to a professional Registered Addiction Specialist or simply fill out the Camden, Alabama Alcohol Rehab or Drug Treatment Program request form and counselor will contact you shortly.

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There are no listings in Camden , AL. so we have provided 20 treatment facilities from Alabama:

Mountain View Hospital Gadsden, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol and Drug Recovery Facility
Services Offered: Teens and Adolescents, American Sign Language, Clients With Legal Issues, Drug/Alcohol Detoxification, Driving Under The Influence/Driving While Intoxicated Offenders, Hospital Inpatient, Mental Health Services, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment, Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment, Short term Residential Care 30 Days or Less, Seniors/Older Adults
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)
A New Direction Wetumpka, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol Treatment and Drug Rehab Program
Services Offered: Drug/Alcohol Detoxification, Hospital Inpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)
Jefferson Cnty Committee for Econ Opp Birmingham, AL
Primary Service: Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehab Center
Services Offered: Outpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicare
Sumter County Treatment Center Livingston, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol Rehabilitation and Drug Treatment Center
Services Offered: Drug/Alcohol Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Outpatient, Women That Are Pregnant or Postpartum
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Private health insurance
Herring Houses of Dothan Dothan, AL
Primary Service: Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehab Program
Services Offered: Clients With Legal Issues, Services for Co-occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders, Halfway House, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Males, Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment
Army Substance Abuse Program Fort Rucker, AL
Primary Service: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center
Services Offered: Outpatient
Family Life Center Fort Payne, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program
Services Offered: Teens and Adolescents, Outpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Private health insurance
Central Alabama Veterans Tuskegee, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol and Drug Rehab Program
Services Offered: American Sign Language, Services for Co-occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders, General Health Services, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment, Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment, Females
Northwest Alabama Treatment Center Bessemer, AL
Primary Service: Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehab Program
Services Offered: American Sign Language, Residential Beds for Children, Services for Co-occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders, Methadone Detoxification, Drug/Alcohol Detoxification, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Methadone Maintenance, Outpatient, Women That Are Pregnant or Postpartum, Females
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Private health insurance
Oakmont Center Birmingham, AL
Primary Service: Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehab Facility
Services Offered: Outpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid
Gulf Coast Treatment Grand Bay, AL
Primary Service: Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program
Services Offered: American Sign Language, Methadone Maintenance, Outpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment
Chemical Addictions Program Inc (CAP) Millbrook, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol Rehabilitation and Drug Rehab Center
Services Offered: Outpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance
VA Central Alabama Healthcare System Tuskegee, AL
Primary Service: Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center
Services Offered: Drug/Alcohol Detoxification, General Health Services, Outpatient, Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)
Indian River MH Center and Subst Abuse Carrollton, AL
Primary Service: Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program
Services Offered: American Sign Language, Services for Co-occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders, Mix of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Outpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)
SpectraCare Abbeville, AL
Primary Service: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program
Services Offered: American Sign Language, Outpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Birmingham, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol Rehabilitation and Drug Rehab Program
Services Offered: American Sign Language, Drug/Alcohol Detoxification, Short term Residential Care 30 Days or Less
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)
Huntsville Recovery Inc Huntsville, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program
Services Offered: Methadone Maintenance, Outpatient, Women That Are Pregnant or Postpartum
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment
Freedom House Rogersville, AL
Primary Service: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Facility
Services Offered: Residential Beds for Children, Halfway House, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment, Women That Are Pregnant or Postpartum, Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment, Females
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment
Jefferson County Economic Opportunity Birmingham, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol and Drug Rehab Program
Services Offered: Outpatient
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare
Pathfinder Inc Huntsville, AL
Primary Service: Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program
Services Offered: Halfway House, Males, Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment
Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment

Did You Know? ...
Interesting Facts and Statistics:

As was the case from 2002 through 2007, the rate of substance dependence or abuse for boys aged 12 or older in 2008 was about twice as high as the rate for girls. For boys in 2008, the rate was 11.5 percent, which was down from the 12.5 percent in 2007, while for girls, it was 6.4 percent, which was higher than the 5.7 percent in 2007. Among teens aged 12 to 17, however, the rate of substance dependence or abuse among boys was lower than the rate among girls in 2008 (7.0 vs. 8.2 percent).

From the 1960s onward, amphetamine has been popular with many youth subcultures in Britain and other parts of the world as a recreational drug.

Among teens aged 12 to 17 in 2005, the rate of current illegal drug use was highest among American Indians or Alaska Natives, about twice the overall rate among teens (19.2 vs. 9.9 percent, respectively). The rates for other groups were 11.0 percent among blacks, 10.1 percent among whites, 9.7 percent among those reporting two or more races, 9.4 percent among Hispanics, and 3.3 percent among Asians.

Numerous inhalants are located in the utility cabinets of many homes. Some examples of inhalants are air fresheners, markers, glue, fingernail polish, and many common household cleaners.

The percentages of persons aged 12 or older with dependence on or abuse of illegal drugs remained the same between 2007 (2.8 percent) and 2008 (2.8 percent) and were stable between 2002 (3.0 percent) and 2008. During the 7-year period, the percentages of persons with dependence on or abuse of alcohol remained stable as well (7.7 percent in 2002, 7.5 percent in 2007, and 7.3 percent in 2008).

In 2006, the treatment type most often reported by adults aged 18 or older was prescription medication (10.9 percent), followed by outpatient treatment (6.7 percent). Rates of prescription medication and outpatient treatment in 2006 were similar to the rates in 2005 (10.7 and 6.8 percent, respectively). Respondents could report more than one type of treatment.


The following survey was completed by residents of Camden%0A, Alabama as part of the USNODRUGS monitoring program. The survey below is a representation of perceptual drug and alcohol usage rates in Camden%0A, Alabama. We cannot guarantee complete accuracy, but our monitoring team uses the highest standards for survey compilation.
You do not have to answer all of the survey questions, you should only answer questions that are relevant to your thoughts and experiences.
Survey results as of December 1, 2014
Perception of marijuana in Camden%0A, Alabama.
Do you believe that using marijuana can be harmful?
Maybe
No
Yes
Marijuana use in Camden%0A, Alabama.
Have you used marijuana in your lifetime?
No
Yes
Have you used marijuana in the past month?
No
Yes
Do you use marijuana regularly?
Maybe
No
Yes
Perception of Alcohol in Camden%0A, Alabama.
Do you believe that drinking alcohol can be harmful?
Maybe
No
Yes
Have you had a binge drinking experience in the past month?
No
Yes
Do you consume alcohol daily?
Maybe
No
Yes
How old were you when you first experimented with alcohol?
0-10
11-21
22-31
32 or older
What motivated you to use drugs or alcohol for the first time in Camden%0A, Alabama?
Boredom
Curiousity
Drugs were all around
Family problem
Hopelessness
It was easy to get
None of the above
Peer Pressure
To fit in
Unhappiness
Most common first drug experience in Camden%0A, Alabama?
Alcohol
Club Drug
Crack Cocaine
Ecstasy
Heroin
Inhalants
Marijuana
Meth
Over The Counter Drug
Powder Cocaine
Prescription Drug
Psychedelic Drug
Use of drugs and alcohol in Camden%0A, Alabama schools.
Have you ever gone to school in Camden%0A, Alabama under the influence of marijuana?
Maybe
No
Yes
Have you ever gone to school in Camden%0A, Alabama under the influence of alcohol?
Maybe
No
Yes
What is the most common drug used in your school in Camden%0A, Alabama?
Alcohol
Club Drug
Crack Cocaine
Ecstasy
Heroin
Inhalants
Marijuana
Meth
Over The Counter Drug
Powder Cocaine
Prescription Drug
Psychedelic Drug
Your Age?
0-10
11-21
22-31
32 or older
Your Gender?
Female
Male
Surveys updated monthly.

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