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1 Alabama 1 Bradford: Carraway 1600 Carraway Boulevard 9 North Birmingham, AL Fax: Dedicated to creating individualized treatment programs for addicted individuals. Other Programs: Detox Program Average Stay: 4 days Staff/Residents: 18 Residents Insurances Accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Program Director: Denise Freeman 2 Bradford: Oxford 410 Dodson Street Oxford, AL Fax: Dedicated to creating effective and affordable substance abuse and mental health programs. Programs Offered to: Males, Females, Adolescents, Adults Staff/Residents: 2 Counselors Certification & License Information: JCAHO, State Department Insurances Accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, Community Health Plan, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, Self-Pay Medical Director: Dr Fiest Executive Director: William Weaver Adolescent Program Director: Phil Holladay Adult Program Director: Mike Smith Admissions: Kim Gordon 3 Bridge: Gadsden 3232 Lay Springs Road Gadsden, AL Fax: Age Range: Ages 18 and under Other Programs: Behavioral Program Programs Offered to: Males, Females, Adolescents Fee, weekly unless noted: Varies Average Stay: 30 days-1 year Staff/Residents: 13 Counselors, 109 Residents Insurances Accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, Self-Pay, Most insurances Executive Director: Tim Naugher Clinical Director: Mark Sperlock Admissions: Shawn Smith Psychological Counseling: Brandy King 4 Bridge: Jasper 4436 Calumut Road PO Box 1508 Jasper, AL Fax: Age Range: Ages 18 and under Other Programs: Behavioral Program Programs Offered to: Males, Females, Adolescents Average Stay: 30 days-1 year 1

2 5 Bridge: North Alabama Campus 3232 Lay Springs Road Gadsden, AL Fax: Serves adolescents with substance abuse problems through honor, excellence, and integrity. The emphasis on values and character is important to this treatment program. Programs Offered to: Adolescents Executive Director: Tim Naugher 6 City of Hope Rescue Mission & Recovery Center th Avenue North Bessemer, AL Fax: Restores hope and rebuilds the lives of the homeless and addicted through Christ-centered recovery, and offers faith-based treatment. Age Range: Ages Fee, weekly unless noted: $100 entry fee, then varies Average Stay: months Staff/Residents: 6 Counselors, 125 Residents President/CEO: Reverend Bill Heintz Director of Finance: Michele Heintz Program Director: Reverend George King Jr Director of Development: Leslie Freeman Admissions: Reverend Mike McCluskey, Men Family & Education Counseling: Mary Ann Culver, Women Counselor(s): Reverend Mike Farrell, Reverend Mike Cochrane, Reverend Jimmy Hutchins, Marrianne Culver 7 Dale County Rescue Mission 182 Martin Street Ozark, AL Fax: Fee, weekly unless noted: $6 per day Average Stay: 30 days Staff/Residents: 3 Counselors, 15 Residents President/CEO: Rufus Johnson Vice-President: Bill Warren Executive Director: Charles Gann MD Admissions: Karen Gann Counselor(s): Charles Gann MD, Thomas Mixon MD, Karen Gann 8 Downtown Jimmie Hale Mission PO Box Birmingham, AL Fax: Ministers to the spiritual and physical needs of the poor and addicted through faith-based programs. Age Range: Ages Programs Offered to: Males Average Stay: 16 weeks Staff/Residents: 4 Counselors, 74 Residents Director of Finance: Dale Cooper, Business Administrator Executive Director: Tony Cooper 2

3 9 Huntsville Adult and Adolescent Treatment Center 1600 Browns Ferry Road Madison, AL Provides treatment programs for drug and alcohol addicted adults and adolescents. Programs Offered to: Males, Females, Adolescents, Adults 10 Huntsville Metro Treatment Center 2227 Drake Avenue Suite 19 Huntsville, AL Fax: Fee, weekly unless noted: $91 Average Stay: 1 year Staff/Residents: 10 Counselors, 550 Residents, State Department, Clients seek insurance reimbursement upon billing. President/CEO: Mark Gallagher Medical Director: Dr George Gray Clinical Director: Kimberly Haley 11 Rapha Christian Home 677 West Covington Avenue Attalla, AL Fax: Faith-based treatment programs. Programs Offered to: Males Fee, weekly unless noted: $290 Average Stay: 6 months-1 year Staff/Residents: 6 Counselors, 37 Residents President/CEO: Henry Colt Director of Finance: Steve Yarborough Program Director: Jeffrey Cothran Medical Director: Marilyn Yarborough RN Executive Director: William M. Hays Clinical Director: William M. Hays Admissions: William M. Hays Registered Nurse(s): Marilyn Yarborough RN 3

4 12 Shoulder PO Box Battleship Parkway Spanish Fort, AL Fax: Provides effective residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment for those desirous of treatment. No one will be turned away because of the lack of financial resources. Fee, weekly unless noted: $135 Average Stay: 150 days Staff/Residents: 3 Counselors, 35 Residents President/CEO: Phillip Drane Director of Finance: Fran Andrews Director of Operations: Phillip Drane Program Director: Joe Donaldson Director Public Relations: Ashleigh Barker Director of Development: Phillip Drane Medical Director: Jep Cob Executive Director: Phillip Drane Clinical Director: Joe Donaldson Nurse Practitioner: Sue Grindel Admissions: Ashleigh Barker Family & Education Counseling: Joe Donaldson Counselor(s): David Brown, John French, Joe Donaldson 13 Waterfront Rescue Mission 206 State Street Mobile, AL Offers faith-based treatment for chemical dependency; uses 12-step recovery programs. Fee, weekly unless noted: None Average Stay: 6 months Staff/Residents: 4 Counselors, 30 Residents President/CEO: Leo Gray Director of Finance: Sam Scott Program Director: Bob Rogers Director of Development: Bob Ham 4

5 Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Facilities/Alaska 14 Akeela House 2804 Bering Street Anchorage, AK Alaska Statewide provider of alcohol and drug abuse prevention, education, training, intervention and treatment services in Alaska. Akeela is dedicated to assisting Alaskans in developing and sustaining healthy communities by working toreduce and eliminate the incidence and prevalence of alcohol, and other drug abuse and related problems. Executive Director: Robert P. Galea, PhD Counselor(s): Melanie Allen, Paul Allis, Gail Gladle, Brady Tomberlin 15 Alaska Addiction Rehabilitation Services: Nugen s Ranch PO Box Wasilla, AK Executive Director: Karen Nugen-Logan 16 Alaska Human Services PO Box Anchorage, AK Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission 2823 E Tudor Anchorage, AK Bill Brady Healing Center 204 Seward Avenue Sitka, AK Changing Tides Counseling Services PO Box 1350 Petersburg, AK Fax: Serves to strengthen the alcoholic or chemically dependent person s capability to: abstain from alcohol and/or other drugs; actualize his/her human potential; demonstrate personal freedom and responsibility; exercise self-determination and personal choice; realize personal growth and change; and maintain meaningful effective relationships with other people. Executive Director: Bob Denton Adolescent Program Director: Glenna Ellis Adult Program Director: Mery Armin CAC II 20 Clitheroe Center 1709 South Bragaw Suite B Anchorage, AK To provide affordable, appropriate, accessible professional treatment of adult individuals who suffer from addition to alcohol and other drugs. Other Programs: Detox Program, Dual Diagnosis, Aftercare Program Average Stay: 7-9 months Staff/Residents: 1 Counselors, 15 Residents President/CEO: Don Bettis Program Director: Bobby Gardner Jr 5

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