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Substance Abuse and Addiction in Montgomery

In Montgomery, where the majority of people live in an urban setting (98 percent), there are about 205,293 people in total who call this city home, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Census bureau. Approximately 9 people are in halfway houses or homes set up for drug and alcohol abuse, according to the most recent statistical information from City-Data.

Montgomery Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Facilities

If you have determined that you need professional assistance with your substance abuse issues, you should know that a number of outstanding treatment facilities are open in Montgomery to help you enter into recovery.

For example, professionals have been treating patients with their addiction issues for more than 30 years at the Bradford Health Services Montgomery Regional Office. Here, adolescents and adults will get the tools and treatment they need to get their lives back on a healthy path that is free of alcohol and drugs. This facility�s intensive outpatient program lets patients stay at home at night and attend special rehabilitation sessions that will keep them from relapsing. With protocols based on the 12-step program, patients have options including partial hospitalization and inpatient treatment and access to qualified addiction physicians and counselors.

The Chemical Addictions Program (CAP)�s Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program is a private and non-profit entity that offers substance abuse treatment services for adults on an outpatient basis. CAP�s mission statement asserts that its main responsibility is to offer substance abuse treatment for all in Montgomery even if they do not have insurance coverage for treatment.

At the Lighthouse Counseling Center Intensive Outpatient Unit, patients can take advantage of both daytime and nighttime sessions. Based on the 12-Step movement�s method for combating addiction, this facility has specialized programs for women with dependent children as well as services for people with dual diagnosis (such as a confirmed addiction with a diagnosis of mental illness). Lighthouse has been providing services since 1971.

Montgomery Metro Treatment Center was established in 1986 and brings outpatient clinical services for people who have become addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including heroin and medications prescribed by physicians to treat pain. To that end, this facility provides individual and group counseling sessions and helps reduce the symptoms that occur with opioid abuse.

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