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Alabama Drug & Alcohol Rehabs for Law Enforcement & First Responders

Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation for Members of Law Enforcement members in Alabama

Throughout most of Alabama are many different forms of drug and alcohol treatment, and some of these services can help people who work in law enforcement and may be struggling with addiction or alcohol abuse. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration do provide directories for the treatment centers on hand in the state, but there is not a specific directory for programs available for members of law enforcement. Within Alabama, the SAMHSA website directory does list over five different facilities that do help members of the military and may be capable of providing help for members of law enforcement.

How do these programs help law enforcement?

These types of facilities recognize that people who work within law enforcement are putting themselves in very dangerous and stressful situations, and put his or her life above everyone else’s to serve and protect their environment and the people. Because of all this, it is not uncommon that some members of law enforcement struggle with addiction, whether it is alcohol abuse or drug abuse. Drug treatment for members of law enforcement is specific programs that can help provide the necessary counseling for these individuals to work through even the most difficult problems and addictions.

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor and interventionist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction.

Alabama Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Alabama Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of Law Enforcement First Responders Rehab Centers in Alabama. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

LIST OF TREATMENTS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT & FIRST RESPONDERS IN ALABAMA