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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near De Armanville, Alabama

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with drug addiction in De Armanville, AL, Rehabs.com maintains extensive online database of luxury clinics, as well as an array of other choices. We can help you find addiction care programs for a variety of addictions. Search for an excellent rehab center in De Armanville now, and set out on the road to a sober life.

Treatment Centers near De Armanville, AL

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Riverwalk Recovery Center
Riverwalk Recovery Center
7446 Shallowford Rd Chattanooga, TN 37421
- 103 Miles Away
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Telehealth
Sober Living Home
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Senior/Elderly
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Health First Health Plan
Tufts Health Plan
Schaller Anderson Aetna Better Health of Ohio
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At Riverwalk Recovery Center, we understand that recovery is an inside job. Recovery is journey, not a destination. Overcoming addiction or managing mental health challenges requires a change in lifestyle. Our program is designed to foster the insight needed to achieve this. More importantly, we are a team of compassionate professionals who are invested in your success.
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Wonderful experience. The facility had great accommodations, but the staff are what make it great. They were caring, understanding, and very knowledgeable on mental health and substance abuse.
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Harmony Oaks Recovery Center
Harmony Oaks Recovery Center
7609 Shallowford Rd Chattanooga, TN 37421
- 103 Miles Away
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Telehealth
Detox Services
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Adult Age
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Wellpoint
UnitedHealthcare
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TRICARE East
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At Harmony Oaks Recovery Center we provide a patient-centered approach to addiction treatment and mental health services to put you on the path to a successful and long-lasting recovery.
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Great amenities and accommodations! The staff are what make the facility the best in the area! High level clinicians with tons of experience. 10/10
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More Treatment Centers near De Armanville, AL

MedMark Treatment Centers Oxford
118 E Choccolocco Street Oxford, AL 36203
- 5 Miles Away
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Calhoun Treatment Center
118 East Choccolocco Street Anniston, AL 36203
- 4 Miles Away
Highland Health Systems
1640 Coleman Road Oxford, AL 36203
- 5 Miles Away
Anniston Fellowship House, Inc.
106 East 22nd Street Anniston, AL 36201
- 7 Miles Away
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Oxford Treatment Center
Destination Facility
Lakeside
Luxury
Private/Secluded
Wilderness
297 County Road 244 Etta, MS 38627
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Telehealth
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Health Plan of NV/Sierra Health/BHO
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Oxford Treatment Center is a 110 acre campus located within the Holly Springs National Forest. With a 5-acre lake, ducks, geese and beautiful undisturbed forest land, the rural setting at Oxford Treatment Center offers a tranquil healing environment. Our approach to addiction treatment is a holistic one, seeking to restore hope and health to individuals who come to us out of painful, self-destructive patterns. It’s not enough to end a physical dependency through successful medical detox. On the other side of that first step, the individual in recovery must have the right support in place to break those old habits and replace them with new ones. He or she must find a new way to fill the void that drugs or alcohol once did — essentially, find a new meaning in life. At Oxford Treatment Center, our team of dedicated professionals consists of a medical director, a board certified addictions psychiatrist, a board certified internist, and 6 board certified nurse practitioners. The most unique hallmark of our team of medical providers is an average of 8 year tenure at Oxford Treatment Center. The medical provider cohort is proud of the stability and commitment it provides to our patients.
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OTC is filled with loving people who care and really want to help and I'd like to thank Mr Terrell, and Ms Clara in art therapy for helping me see my worth. I will recommend this place to everyone I know with addiction problems.
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The Lovelady Center

I have been an addiction for 30 years 30 years addiction robbed me of my life. MyFather spent a fortune on rehabs.When I came to the Lovelady center I was broke and broken 47 years old I thought it was too late for me. But God!!!The Lovelady center equip me with resources and tools I would need for recovery it was my decision to use them and I did my life has been forever changed never have I experience the love of Christ like I have at the Lovelady Center. I am now 51 with 3 year 11 months clean. I am going to school, work. My relationship with my family has been restored. I am walking free from addiction &abuse. I will forever be grateful. Matthew 25;35...

- Kellie
5 out of 5
Birmingham, AL

The Haven

Strengths include: group therapy daily, counseling one-on-one, religious services, and cleanliness. However, there were not enough activities like exercise or watching tv. I don't think it's worth the money, many I have talked to have returned over and over so obviously their forms of treatment are not working.

- Anonymous
4.3 out of 5
Dothan, AL

Fellowship House

I was ready for a change. I became willing to listen to what people in recovery were trying to tell me. It took me to the age of 55 to know something had to change, but thank God I had enough willingness to try. My mom died in 2004 and I was there for my family.

- FZ
4.3 out of 5
Birmingham, AL