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Olivia's House

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers, Inc. Alcoholism Recovery Services, Inc will provide substance abuse treatment services at Olivia’s House. Olivia’s House provides holistic care for chemically dependent women and their children. Children, up to age 10, live with their mothers at Olivia’s House during the course of residential treatment, a period of up to twelve months.

Children will be seen for routine sick and well child care at the Birmingham Health Care for the Homeless Pediatric Clinic (BHHPC), the Maternal Infant Network at University Hospital (MIN) Clinic, Children’s Hospital, or the Jefferson County Public Health Clinic. At all of these resources they will also receive vision, hearing, and dental care.

Children needing specialized care will be referred to the appropriate community resource. Coordination of children’s services will be a function of case management, the child development staff, and the nursing staff. Separate records documenting service delivery will be kept on all children. These services, including medical care, will be available for all of the women’s children who are in residence with her. In addition, referrals will be made as needed for non residential children of clients up to are seventeen (17).

The following services are provided for women:

  • Assessment services
  • Residential and outpatient substance abuse group therapy
  • Medical screens
  • Medication monitoring
  • Individual counseling and specialized groups addressing mental health issues
  • Domestic violence, sexual abuse, spirituality, relationships, health care, and nicotine addiction
  • Parenting training
  • Twelve-step support groups
  • Living skills training
  • Family counseling and education

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers, Inc. Alcoholism Recovery Services, Inc will provide substance abuse treatment services at Olivia’s House. Olivia’s House provides holistic care for chemically dependent women and their children. Children, up to age 10, live with their mothers at Olivia’s House during the course of residential treatment, a period of up to twelve months.

Children will be seen for routine sick and well child care at the Birmingham Health Care for the Homeless Pediatric Clinic (BHHPC), the Maternal Infant Network at University Hospital (MIN) Clinic, Children’s Hospital, or the Jefferson County Public Health Clinic. At all of these resources they will also receive vision, hearing, and dental care.

Children needing specialized care will be referred to the appropriate community resource. Coordination of children’s services will be a function of case management, the child development staff, and the nursing staff. Separate records documenting service delivery will be kept on all children. These services, including medical care, will be available for all of the women’s children who are in residence with her. In addition, referrals will be made as needed for non residential children of clients up to are seventeen (17).

The following services are provided for women:

  • Assessment services
  • Residential and outpatient substance abuse group therapy
  • Medical screens
  • Medication monitoring
  • Individual counseling and specialized groups addressing mental health issues
  • Domestic violence, sexual abuse, spirituality, relationships, health care, and nicotine addiction
  • Parenting training
  • Twelve-step support groups
  • Living skills training
  • Family counseling and education

Address

  • 8017 2nd Ave S
  • Birmingham
  • AL
  • 35206
  • United States

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Olivia's House

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Birmingham

Birmingham Holistic | Birmingham Residential Long-Term

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Transitional Housing | Sober Living | Aftercare

Alabama Treatments by Gender and Age

Women

Alabama Types of Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation | Assessment

Alabama Cities

Birmingham

Alabama Special Services

Alternative Rehab | Holistic Services

Alabama Counties

Shelby County

Alabama Types of Insurance

Medicare | Medicaid

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