Fort Payne, AL Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers

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About Fort Payne, Alabama

Fort Payne is a relatively small city in Alabama, with approximately 14,104 residents (about 47 percent urban and 53 percent rural). While there are no official governmental statistics on the scope of addiction and substance abuse specifically in Fort Payne, the health risks and threats to people's jobs, homes and families posed by drugs in this community are serious and should be addressed as soon as possible.

Fortunately, there are a number of treatment facilities to help people in Fort Payne to overcome their addictions in a professional, peaceful setting.

Fort Payne Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Facilities

At the Family Life Center, licensed professionals offer an intensive outpatient program that takes place over 7 months. Based on the 12-Step principles developed by Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, this facility's programs are designed to treat all people who are currently dependent on mood-altering substances. This center provides individual counseling sessions to help patients as they embark on the road to recovery. The Biblical Counseling program applies spiritual principles to help patients during their transition to a drug-free lifestyle.

The Bridge Inc.'s Fort Payne Recovery Center focuses on delivering services to adolescents and adults who are currently experiencing substance addiction issues. Every patient receives a customized therapeutic plan, which will include motivational enhancement therapy sessions as well as cognitive behavior therapy sessions.

About 28 miles away in neighboring Gadsen, people facing serious addiction issues can take advantage of the professional services available at the Gadsen Treatment Center.

There are individual counseling sessions as well as intensive group therapy meetings where patients learn about managing their substance abuse patterns and develop a new way to move forward with their lives, so they can eliminate drugs and alcohol. This facility is suitable for those who need to take care of their families and go to work every day, as they can continue with their usual routines as they get their treatment on an outpatient basis at the center.

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