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Contact Information

Indian Rivers Mental Health Center
2209 9th Street
Tuscaloosa, AL, 35401
205-391-3131 x1043
http://www.irmhc.org

Treatment Services



Self payment


Medicaid


Outpatient treatment services

Outpatient treatment services are helpful resources to obtain info about the various outpatient treatment methods. When an individual is entered into an outpatient treatment program they attend meetings at a facility on a regular basis. However, they do not live at the treatment facility. Outpatient treatment services can offer such information as the locations of qualified outpatient treatment programs, how to choose an outpatient treatment program that is right for you and much more.


Mental health services

Mental health services provide information pertaining to the many aspects of an individual's mental health. There one will find resources such as help in finding treatment, research information, and other individuals who share the same issues. Mental health services will be able to provide a person with all the information and resources they need to address any problem or question they may have.


Medicare


Private health insurance


Military insurance (e.g., VA, TRICARE)


ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired


Services for co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders

Services for co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders are important for the physical safety and overall health of the individual struggling with these problems. With co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders the overall health risks are greater; the impairment of life skills is greater; and the chances for successful treatment are diminished. There are many organizations whose sole purpose is to advocate increasing the understanding of key issues in the area of substance abuse and co-occurring mental disorders.

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