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Where is Addiction Treatment Located in Birmingham, AL?

When it comes to addiction treatment—including alcohol and drug rehabs, detox centers, and more—several levels of care are available near Birmingham, Alabama. While the state is home to more than 130 substance use disorder treatment facilities, roughly 40 of them are situated within 50 miles of Birmingham.1

Additionally, leading evidence-based treatment centers are located in neighboring states, such as the accredited Oxford Treatment Center in Etta, MS, which is just 2.5 hours northwest of Birmingham. While it may seem counterintuitive to travel out of state for treatment, finding a rehab that suits your needs is essential to effective care. Sometimes, that facility is in your own backyard. But other times, an out-of-state rehab—which can put literal and symbolic distance between you and substance misuse triggers—may be the best option to promote recovery.

What is the Cost of Rehab in Birmingham, AL?

Just as everyone is unique, each treatment program is equally as distinctive. Thus, treatment costs vary according to a host of factors, such as:

  • The level of care you need (e.g., inpatient, outpatient, intensive outpatient programs, etc.).
  • The location of the facility. (Higher cost of living areas tend to have higher facility fees.).
  • Treatment duration.
  • Amenities and services (e.g., fitness centers, pools, equestrian therapy facilities, etc.).
  • Payment method (e.g., insurance, self-pay, government funding, sliding fee scales, etc.).

The best way to determine exactly how much you’ll pay—and how much any health insurance plans will cover—is to speak to a facility directly. For example, American Addiction Centers (AAC), the parent company to Oxford Treatment Center, offers a 24/7 confidential helpline () that can verify insurance benefits, discuss costs and payment options, etc. for any of its various U.S. treatment and detox centers. Additionally, AAC offers an online form to verify insurance benefits at one of its facilities. And if you don’t feel like talking, you can sign up for 24/7 text support.

Does Insurance Cover Costs for Rehab in Birmingham, AL?

Almost all insurance companies cover at least some costs for alcohol and drug rehab in Birmingham, AL, and elsewhere. The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) safeguard your access to proper substance use disorder and mental health services.2,3 Still, your coverage level can vary depending on your specific insurance plan.

Along with private insurance, many detox centers and drug and alcohol rehabs near Birmingham accept public forms of insurance such as Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare, and more. Of the more than 130 treatment facilities throughout Alabama, the following types of payment are accepted at the respective number of facilities (all of which are within 50 miles of Birmingham):1

  • Private health insurance: 26.
  • Medicaid: 25.
  • Medicare: 22.
  • Federal military insurance (e.g., Tricare): 13.

It’s also important to note that many facilities accept multiple types of insurance plans. For example, Oxford Treatment Center accepts most major insurance plans such as:

Can I Go to Rehab Without Insurance?

Individuals can pay for alcohol and drug treatment centers via a host of methods. That is, while insurance can certainly help, it’s not the only available payment method. Other options include:

  • Self-pay. Many rehabs accept cash or credit, including major credit cards such as Mastercard, Visa, and American Express. Other options include loans from banks, loved ones, and/or treatment financing companies.
  • Payment plans. Some treatment centers offer payment plans based on your financial situation. You’ll pay a fixed monthly amount until you pay the balance.
  • Sliding fee scales. Some rehabs use sliding fee scales to adjust the cost of your program based on what you can afford.
  • Grants and scholarships. Organizations may provide local, state, or federal funding to cover the cost of addiction treatment based on your eligibility. For example, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers block grants to qualified individuals.
  • Low-cost or free rehabs. Many states have free or low-cost treatment programs for those who qualify.

To provide some context, following number of facilities within 50 miles of Birmingham accept the respective payment types:1

  • Cash/self-pay: 36.
  • SAMHSA funding/block grants: 21.
  • Payment assistance: 9.
  • Sliding fee scales: 16.

Types of Addiction Treatment in Birmingham, AL

Since recovery looks different for everyone, each treatment plan is unique in terms of services, intensity, and requirements. However, levels of care for detox as well as alcohol and drug treatment centers near Birmingham and elsewhere include:4,5

  • Detox. Detox is often the first step in treatment before transitioning to another level of care. As a standalone treatment, it rarely supports long-term recovery. Medically managed detox ensures the patient is as safe and as comfortable as possible during withdrawal.
  • Inpatient. Inpatient rehab provides a stable space to live with 24/7 care and support along with a highly structured environment to promote recovery. Addiction specialists use multiple treatment approaches—such as behavioral and medication therapies, education, individual and group therapy, etc.—to help patients gain relapse-prevention skills and promote long-term sobriety.
  • Outpatient programs. Outpatient options can offer similar therapeutic approaches as inpatient rehab, only at a lower level of intensity and with patients living at home. Outpatient services vary in intensity, from less structured programs to immersive ones. In additional, telehealth options may also be part of outpatient programs.
  • PHPs/HIOPs. Similar to traditional outpatient programs, partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), aka high-intensity outpatient programs (HIOPs), allow patients to live at home. However, patients participate in intensive care for several hours a day and multiple days per week.
  • IOPs. Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are also structured outpatient programs but generally require less time commitment and offer a slightly lower intensity than PHPs.
  • Aftercare and sober living. Mental health professionals recommend remaining in aftercare and/or sober living once you complete treatment. Transitional living, ongoing therapy, and 12-Step groups are available to help individuals stay focused on recovery while transitioning back to daily life.

The following levels of care and their respective quantities are available within 50 miles of Birmingham:1

  • Inpatient: 10.
  • Hospital detox: 1.
  • Outpatient detox: 9.
  • PHP/HIOP: 1.
  • IOP: 10.
  • Outpatient: 35.
  • Telehealth: 33.

Also note that some facilities such as Oxford Treatment Center offer multiple levels of care, enabling patients to complete their continuum of care with one rehab center. For example, Oxford offers: medical detox, inpatient, IOP, PHP/HIOP, outpatient, and more. Additionally, Oxford provides specialty programs couples, those with co-occurring disorders, Veterans and first responders, sexual and domestic trauma survivors, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and more.

How to Find Rehab Centers in Birmingham, AL

Alabama is home to several free addiction resources and peer support groups. The 988 crisis line (available by simply dialing 988) is an exceptional resource for emergency mental health and SUD assistance and referrals. This hotline offers crisis stabilization programs, providing acute services and follow-up care.6  

Peer support groups, including Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), are also available throughout Birmingham. These groups provide a safe space to share your story and connect with peers as you work together to maintain recovery.7,8

Whether you’re searching for group therapy in Birmingham, detox centers, or even which Birmingham rehabs accept Tricare insurance, FindTreatment.gov is a great source. You can tailor your search by location and by different rehab characteristics, such as level of care, payment types accepted, and treatment approaches. You can even drill down to details such as Birmingham methadone clinics offering  maintenance, facilities that prescribe naltrexone, and more.1

When it comes to evidence-based care and industry accreditations, American Addiction Centers (AAC) is another invaluable treatment option. AAC provides multiple treatment centers scattered across the United States, including the aforementioned Oxford Treatment Center not far from Birmingham, AL.

AAC offers a 24/7 helpline at that’s staffed with admissions navigators who will not only listen to your story but also answer questions about treatment and assist in locating a facility that might meet your needs.

If you’re not sure which Alabama rehab center is best for you, “How to Choose a Rehab Facility” provides a list of several factors to consider.

No matter which facility you choose, help is available whenever you’re ready. Reach out via or sign up for a 24/7 text support today.

 

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