With Sara Dungan and Michael Wilkerson “When you are looking at the TV or on the radio, all of the things that are going on, the morbidity and mortality from the Coronavirus can be overwhelming,” [...]
Depression is the most common mental health issue facing adults in our country. Fortunately, it is very treatable. However, many individuals, especially men, don’t seek out the support necessary [...]
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In 2012, I was diagnosed as alcohol-dependent by my military substance abuse counselor. Based on my history of drinking, I was recommended for 30 days of inpatient treatment. This was not what I [...]
I started drinking heavily around the age of 21. I knew alcohol wasn’t helping me live my best life, but I never felt able to control it so I continued drinking. I was out with friends one night [...]
Question: Is involuntary commitment for drug abuse legal in Alabama? Answer: No, forcing someone into substance abuse treatment, also known as involuntary commitment, is not legal for adults in [...]
Bradford Health Services is dedicated to creating effective and affordable chemical dependency treatment programs. Through a variety of innovative inpatient and outpatient services, we’re bringing new hope to patients and their families – committing ourselves to providing treatment that can work for everyone involved.
Bradford Health Services
2101 Magnolia Avenue South, Suite 518
Birmingham , AL 35205
All Bradford Health Services primary facilities are accredited by The Joint Commission.
Bradford Health Services accepts most major insurances and provides private pay options.
Bradford Health Services is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.