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Cardiff, AL Detox and Rehab Centers

Looking for a great detox center in Cardiff that can help you or someone you care about recover fully from an addiction? Whether you want to break free from from Hash, Suboxone, alcohol or any other drug you are addicted to, your road to recovery does not have to be a lonesome one. We offer a large online listing of executive inpatient or outpatient rehab facility, as well as a host of other options that can provide assistance for you with your goal of getting clean and sober.

Addiction treatment centers near Cardiff, AL

Fellowship House Inc
1625 12th Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35205
- 12 Miles Away
3.9
(12)
ADATC - Pearson Hall
2701 Jefferson Avenue SW Birmingham, AL 35211
- 12 Miles Away
3.2
(12)
Bradford Health Services
1189 Allbritton Road Warrior, AL 35180
- 12 Miles Away
Birmingham Metro Treatment Center
2500 4th Avenue S. Birmingham, AL 35233
- 12 Miles Away
The Lovelady Center
7916 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35206
- 13 Miles Away
4.4
(34)
Olivia's House
8017 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35206
- 13 Miles Away
3.3
(3)
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Oxford Treatment Center
Destination Facility
Lakeside
Luxury
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Wilderness
297 County Road 244 Etta, MS 38627
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Treatment Philosophy
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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One of the greatest takeaways from OTC is to realize that one of my strengths to understand that worry is a lack of faith. This treatment center has afforded me a better way of living and for that I am so grateful. It's been a blessing to be here.
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Alabama

The Haven

Aftercare consisted of meetings: AA and N/A.

- James
5 out of 5
Dothan, AL

Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders

MC is a good trmt ctr. Yes, there are kinks in the program but I’m sure every treatment center has some kinks. Housing is kept clean. Program is good for clients needing to restore wt. Nursing staff was great! In house staff counselors were grt too, some were a little young & immature for some of the responsibilities handed over to them. Seemed to be short staffed for the amount of responsibilities given. My opinion only. I would recommend Mag Creek & I would trust one of my family members to be in the hands @ MC facility. I was there as a patient during Summer, 2019. Chef needed improvement, but food was good. Doctors were good. I have a lot of medical problems & the physical doctor addressed my issues very wise & w/ cautious! My primary therapist was great. Was not impressed w/ Nutritionist. Came across as treating her clients more of a competition to her peers. Very sad she’s in this kind of job to be claiming to try to help others. Magnolia Creek is a good Ed treat center. It’s not a 5 star program but is a good program w/ caring staff, clean housing. They are very HARD on you if you don’t complete your meals and they are discrete ab it. They take your phone time away from you & make you sit @ the table & give you an accountability sheet for not completing all of your food or meals @ end of day. Meals are huge, large & not always accurately measured out for your correct portions. Then they document you for not eating larger amounts that shouldn’t go against you anyways. They have you eating every 2 hours, hungry OR NOT you EAT!

- Kimberly
3.7 out of 5
Columbiana, AL

The Lovelady Center

I cannot say enough good about this program. The heart that the staff had for me and other participants just cannot be described. Every possible resource, program or procedure that the Director deems beneficial for a woman changing her life and getting back on her feet and being restored to her children is researched and implemented. There are naysayers, of course. Usually they are those who have been dismissed or had a family member dismissed and are mad about it. Like many other shelters and programs, we suffered through the bed-bug epidemic years back and spent a LOT of money fixing it. So did many hotels. Get over it. I could talk about how there IS a phenomenal cook running our kitchen but I didn\'t even eat anything on drugs anyhow so enough said. I will tell you this - I was a 15+ year meth and opiate addict with drug trafficking charges and actually lost count with how many times I had been arrested. I have been clean a decade because of this place (2011) and have not relapsed once. Recovery is what you surrender to.

- Jeanne
5 out of 5
Birmingham, AL
Finding a Detox Center Near Me in Cardiff
Looking for a highly-rated detoxification clinic in Cardiff that can help you or someone you love reach a full recovery from an addiction? Whether you want to get clean and sober from Dextroamphetamine, Amytal, alcohol or some other drug you are addicted to, your path to drug or alcohol recovery doesn't have to be a lonesome one. We offer a enormous online listing of private in-patient or out-patient rehab clinic, as well as a host of other options that can provide assistance for you with your journey towards getting clean and sober.
Cardiff Detox Centers for Drugs and Alcohol
Detoxing from illicit drugs or alcohol can be uncomfortable and even unsafe without proper supervision. If you or someone you care about is ready to attain a drug-free and sober life, it's important to seek medical attention to ensure the most effective recovery possible. Whether you are looking for a Suboxone treatment center to combat detox addiction, or a detox center to help recover from alcohol or any other illicit or prescription substance abuse, browse the listings below to find inpatient and out-patient treatment choices in Cardiff, AL.
More Questions About Cardiff Detox Centers?
Abuse of drugs or alcohol is one of America's costliest problems. Addiction treatment facilities accessible from Cardiff will get you started on escaping the grip of addiction with a clean body and mind. Searching for the best detox near Cardiff that accepts your insurance and suits your [needs] can make a major difference in your recovery, so don't forget to search our database. Finding detox in or around Cardiff doesn't need to be difficult. Our directory can make sure it's easy to get in touch with the highest quality detox services and ensuring that you recover without worry. The withdrawal syndrome following abuse of prescription stimulants, marijuana, or other drugs is questionable with the potential to be risky, so try to be safe and check out our database to learn more.