Addiction Recovery

We offer an individualized approach to the assessment and treatment of alcohol and substance dependence in a world class hospital.  Our staff is comprised of licensed and certified counselors and social workers who work individually and in groups with patients to provide thoughtful and caring treatment of addiction.  We understand the stress and anxiety that often accompany the realization that a problem has developed and know how concerns about family and work responsibilities can interfere in a person’s willingness to seek help.  At the Addiction Recovery Program we can provide an opportunity for a confidential evaluation and discuss the treatment options available through our program.  Our medical director will meet with you personally to determine the best level of care to meet your needs.  We offer residential and outpatient treatment; many of our patients have been successfully treated in our Outpatient Program, which allows an individual to attend programming from 8:30am – 3:00pm, Monday through Friday.  This enables a patient to meet family obligations while still receiving treatment for an addiction.

Many aspects of our program are highlighted in the following pages. Please feel free to contact us by telephone or email if you have any questions. A response can be expected within one working day.

Admissions
Treatment Services Resources

 

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Physical Address
Center for Psychiatric Medicine
1713 6th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35294-0018                                                                                                                                         

Telephone: 205-975-7350

UAB Addiction Recovery

Substance Abuse Programs

Beacon Recovery

Assessment • Outpatient • Intensive Outpatient • Day Treatment

UAB Beacon Recovery provides assessment and substance use treatment for adults and adolescents age 13-18. We offer a variety of treatment options tailored to meet the individual needs and recovery goals of each patient. Our clinical team is comprised of licensed and certified counselors with expertise in addiction and recovery, trauma, grief, relationships, and family dynamics. The program adheres to evidence-based practice models to ensure the highest quality of care, and we ensure that patients and their families are part of the treatment process, from admission through completion. To accomodate busy schedules we offer treatment groups in the morning, afternoon, evening and weekends.

The initial assessment is free - regardless of income - and no one is turned away due to an inability to pay.  Program fees range from $0 to $100 per month and are set based on a sliding scale.  Evening groups and weekends are available for individuals who cannot attend during the day. Walk-ins are accepted Monday-Friday from 9-10am. If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment, call 205-917-3733 ext. 103 or email beacon@uabmc.edu. Follow the link below to learn more about our program.
UAB Beacon Recovery

 

Adult Programs
401 Beacon Parkway West
Birmingham, AL 35209
Telephone: 205-917-3733 ext. 103
                    Adolescent Programs
530 Beacon Parkway West, Ste. 301
Birmingham, Alabama 35209
Telephone: 205-801-5845
Community Justice Programs

Community Justice Programs offers comprehensive case management, support and advocacy to individuals with behavioral health disorders at all points of the justice-system continuum. Through a variety of multi-system programs, Community Justice Programs offers services pivotal to the health and wellbeing of individuals and families affected by substance abuse and mental illness.The program relies on research-based strategies to identify needs, develop solutions to address system gaps and evaluate program effectiveness to improve service coordination. Working with our internal research team, University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers and researchers from other institutions, Community Justice Programs is active in using program data to advance knowledge in the areas of treatment, recidivism, and systems change through research. Collaborative partnerships and support from agencies across health and justice systems have been and continue to be essential to the development, expansion and sustainability of programs. Follow the link below to learn more about Community Justice Programs.  UAB Community Justice Programs