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Fentanyl Resources, Treatment, and Hotlines in Alabama

The effects of fentanyl use, addiction, and overdose have reached devastating levels in the United States, including Alabama. Help is available. Call to connect with an American Addiction Centers (AAC) admissions navigator about treatment options for fentanyl use.


Fentanyl Help Lines in Alabama

If you are looking for free and confidential help for you or your loved one’s drug addiction, a help line is a great place to start. Drug addiction hotlines are staffed with professionals who know and understand what you are going through. They can provide referrals for rehab, offer guidance on treatment options, or just listen to your concerns. There are several fentanyl help line options in Alabama:


988 Lifeline – 988
 The 988 Lifeline encompasses a network of local crisis centers across the nation, providing no-cost and confidential emotional support to individuals undergoing suicidal crisis or emotional distress in the United States, available around the clock. Committed to improving crisis services and advocating for suicide prevention, they empower individuals, advocate for professional best practices, and increase awareness of mental health issues.

Alabama Department of Mental Health – 1-844-307-1760
The Alabama Department of Mental Health offers a 24/7 addiction helpline, providing services to individuals in the state of Alabama who struggle with addiction and need support, and to families and friends in need of more information. Certified recovery support specialists receive all calls and use lived experiences to determine the recovery resources necessary for the caller’s needs.

American Addiction Centers Addiction Helpline
American Addiction Centers (AAC) is a nationwide provider of expert substance addiction and mental health treatment. AAC is committed to providing caring and compassionate support that meets each person where they’re at. When you call the AAC fentanyl helpline, an admissions navigator will listen to your needs and help you figure out your next step. They can help connect you with rehab and treatment options that best suit your personal, financial, and geographical needs.

NAMI Alabama – 1 (800) 950-NAMI (6264)
The NAMI Alabama HelpLine is an information and referral service which can be reached by calling 1 (800) 950-NAMI (6264), Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.- 10 p.m., EST. NAMI Alabama’s vision is to ensure that “people affected by mental illness have access to quality care and live a meaningful life in a compassionate and supportive society.”

National Drug Helpline – 1-844-289-0879
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, this free helpline is designed to answer your questions about substance use. The National Drug Helpline can help you understand your insurance coverage if you are uncertain about whether rehab or treatment is covered.

National Rehab Hotline – 1-866-210-1303
Free and confidential, support specialists at the National Rehab Hotline can help you through a mental health or substance use crisis, as well as provide information about counseling, mental health, legal services, and more.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline – 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline offers confidential treatment referrals and information services 24/7, every day of the year, at no cost. It extends support to individuals and families managing mental health and/or substance use disorders in English and Spanish.


Local Fentanyl Resources in Alabama

Residents of Alabama can choose from a variety of treatment options for fentanyl addiction. Services such as support groups, therapy and counseling, treatment services, and sober living homes are available through local and community organizations.

To learn more about what treatment options are available in your area, speak with one of our admission navigators by calling . If you prefer, you can search online using our treatment directory and verify your health insurance coverage.

The following local resources are available to those living in Alabama and in need of comprehensive support and assistance for fentanyl use and addiction:

  • Alabama Department of Mental Health (ADMH) offers addiction treatment services for those 18 and older. Alabama’s treatment providers offer withdrawal management, residential treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, and medication-assisted treatment. One or more of these services is offered in 59 of Alabama’s 67 counties. Treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders and substance use disorders, as well as women’s treatment services are also available through the Alabama Department of Mental Health.
  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a global, community-based organization founded in 1953.1 It is a nonprofit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem.1 Narcotics Anonymous members meet regularly to help each other stay sober. Members hold more than 72,000 meetings weekly in 143 countries (see the NA Regions Around the World Map), including meetings throughout the state of Alabama.1
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Alabama helps connect residents with free mental health support, crisis and information help lines, support groups (in-person and online), and mental health resources and education. NAMI Alabama is an organization of families, friends, and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. NAMI Alabama advocates for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness.
  • Sober living homes provide a substance-free living environment for Alabama residents recovering from fentanyl addiction.2 Sober living can be a safe, stable, and effective way for people in recovery to transition back to their daily lives.3 Those interested in conducting an online search to find a sober living home can use the National Alliance for Recovery Residences.

Alabama Fentanyl Statistics

According to the State Health Officer of the Alabama Department of Public Health, Alabama has experienced an alarming increase in the number of fentanyl-related overdose deaths in recent years.4 Data from 2018–2020 includes:4

  • 121 overdoses in 2018.
  • 193 overdoses in 2019.
  • 428 overdoses in 2020.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that there were 106,699 drug overdose deaths in the United States in 2021, with 1,408 of these deaths occurring in Alabama.5 About 66% of these overdose deaths involved synthetic opioids/fentanyl.5

Get Fentanyl Help in Alabama

Help is available when you are ready. Knowing that there are so many addiction treatment resources in Alabama should help put you and your loved ones’ minds at ease. To learn more about your treatment options, contact an AAC admissions navigator at . We are here to help you on your path to recovery.

Addiction Treatment in Alabama

The Haven
831 John D Odom Road Dothan, AL 36303
4.7
(2)
The Lovelady Center
7916 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35206
4.4
(34)
A New Beginning Recovery Center
122 Helton Court Florence, AL 35630
4.2
(13)
Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders
162 Magnolia Creek Drive Columbiana, AL 35051
4.1
(11)
Fellowship House Inc
1625 12th Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35205
3.9
(12)
Bradford Health Services
1600 Browns Ferry Road Madison, AL 35758
3.4
(22)
Olivia's House
8017 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35206
3.3
(3)
Bradford Health Services
1189 Allbritton Road Warrior, AL 35180
ADATC - Pearson Hall
2701 Jefferson Avenue SW Birmingham, AL 35211
3.2
(12)
Clinic 5 Addiction Recovery
1 Independent Drive Rainbow City, AL 35906
2.0
(2)
MedMark Treatment Centers Oxford
118 E Choccolocco Street Oxford, AL 36203
1.8
(6)
The Shoulder
31214 Coleman Lane Spanish Fort, AL 36527
Birmingham Metro Treatment Center
2500 4th Avenue S. Birmingham, AL 35233
MedMark Treatment Centers Dothan
9283 W US Highway 84 Newton, AL 36352
Montgomery Metro Treatment Center
6001 East Shirley Lane Montgomery, AL 36117
Huntsville Metro Treatment Center
2227 Drake Avenue, Suite 19 Huntsville, AL 35805
Mobile Metro Treatment Center
1924 Dauphin Island Parkway Mobile, AL 36605
New Season Treatment Center - Tri County
5605 Clifford Circle Birmingham, AL 35210
Kolbe Clinic
2121 9th Street Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
1.0
(1)
Kolbe Clinic
3400 Highway 78 East Jasper, AL 35501
Shelby County Treatment Center
750 Highway 31 South Alabaster, AL 35007
BHG Stevenson Treatment Center
196 County Road 85 Stevenson, AL 35772
Stateline Medical LLC
26928 Main Street Ardmore, AL 35739
AltaPointe Health Outpatient - West Mobile
4211 Government Boulevard Mobile, AL 36693
A New Direction
500 Hospital Drive Wetumpka, AL 36092
Troy Regional Medical Center
1330 Highway 231 South Troy, AL 36081
Kolbe Clinic
80 Herron Hill Road Tallassee, AL 36078
Huntsville Recovery, Inc.
4040 Independence Dr NW Huntsville, AL 35816
SpectraCare Adult Outpatient Services
1672 Columbia Highway Dothan, AL 36303
BHG Cullman Treatment Center
1912 Commerce Avenue NW Cullman, AL 35055
Marion County Treatment Center
1879 Military Street South Hamilton, AL 35570
Gadsden Treatment Center
1121 Gardner Street Gadsden, AL 35901
BHG Shoals Treatment Center
3430 North Jackson Highway Sheffield, AL 35660
New Pathways
1508 Bunt Drive Pell City, AL 35125
SpectraCare Outpatient Clinic - Dale County
134 Katherine Avenue Ozark, AL 36360
Aletheia House Women's Hope North
1525 Sparkman Drive NW Huntsville, AL 35816
Walker Recovery Center Inc
2195 North Airport Road Jasper, AL 35504
Decatur Morgan Hospital Parkway Campus
1874 Beltline Road Decatur, AL 35601
MedPlex, Inc.
1508 Highway 78 East Jasper, AL 35501
Riverview Regional Medical Center
600 South 3rd Street Gadsden, AL 35901
Self Recovery Medical Detox
509 Wilson Avenue Eutaw, AL 35462
Jackson Medical Center
220 Hospital Drive Jackson, AL 36545
WellStone, Inc.
4040 Memorial Parkway SW Huntsville, AL 35802
New Pathways Addiction Treatment Center
1203 U.S. Highway 98 Daphne, AL 36526
Chilton County Treatment Center
2100 Holiday Inn Drive Clanton, AL 35046
Kolbe Clinic
109 Foothills Parkway Chelsea, AL 35043
Washington County Hospital and Nursing Home
14600 Saint Stephens Avenue Chatom, AL 36518
Kolbe Clinic
1830 Montclair Road Birmingham, AL 35210
New Season Treatment Center - Tri County
5605 Clifford Circle Birmingham, AL 35210
Birmingham East VA CBOC
7901 Crestwood Boulevard Birmingham, AL 35210
Calhoun Treatment Center
118 East Choccolocco Street Anniston, AL 36203
Journey Detox and Recovery LLC
83825 Highway 9 Ashland, AL 36251
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Insurance Coverage for Addiction Treatment in Alabama

82
Accept Private Insurance
54
Accept Medicare Insurance
88
Accept Medicaid
51
Accept Military Insurance

Addiction Treatment Center Options in Alabama

115
Total Rehab centers in Alabama
31
Offer Inpatient Rehab
90
Offer Outpatient Rehab
10
Offer Outpatient Detox Rehab

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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Alabama

C.E.D. Fellowship House

strength:Food and board weakness: Staff Find somewhere else for treatment

- anonymous
4 out of 5
Gadsden, AL

A New Beginning

this is a long term state certified program. They are wonderful counselor and their staff is awesome. they are all in recovery and they show you how to change not just tell you!

- Connie
5 out of 5
Florence, AL

Phoenix House

Treatment was effective.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Tuscaloosa, AL