Frequently Asked Questions
Addiction is complex and no two recoveries are alike. All of our clients come from different background with different needs. No matter if you’re struggling with alcoholism, methamphetamine addiction, or heroin addiction, our rehab in Birmingham, Alabama can help those struggling begin to recover. Here are some of our most frequently asked questions:
How Long Is The Length of Stay at Birmingham Recovery Center?
All treatment at Birmingham Recovery Center is specifically tailored to each individual client’s unique needs and objectives. Although it is common to be part of our program for 10-12 weeks or longer, our compassionate admissions staff must complete an initial assessment to provide a more accurate time frame. Meeting with our staff prior to admission is a great way to learn more about our program and the potential length of stay.
What Type of Addictions Do You Treat?
We specialize in treating those struggling with addictions to alcohol, opiates, methamphetamines, benzodiazepines, and other drugs. Combined with a number of modalities to help individuals recover, we also help those struggling with co-occurring mental health disorders.
How Often Does Therapy Happen?
Depending on your level of care, group therapy can occur on a daily basis. Throughout your time in our program, you will be assigned a licensed therapist who will conduct a 50-minute individual session every single week. A combination of group and individual therapy is considered the best approach for treating addictive and co-occurring disorders.
What Is the Admissions Process?
Admitting into Birmingham Recovery Center is a simple process. The first step is to speak with one of our Admissions Coordinators. During that time, they will answer any questions and explain what treatment entails including costs, insurance, and take an assessment to ensure that you or your loved one is appropriate for our programming. Learn more about the admissions process.
I Am Concerned About My Loved One, But I Have No Idea Where To Start?
Seeking the right treatment can be difficult and scary, particularly during times of crisis. This is why our experienced staff can meet with you to discuss your situation, answer your questions, and provide treatment recommendations even if we think there are better options than our program. There is no charge for this initial consultation and we are happy to be a resource for the Birmingham community.