Bradford at BBH Addiction Program & Medical Detoxification
The epidemic of addiction to opiates, tranquilizers and alcohol spans across age, race, gender and income and finds many families across central Alabama struggling to find initial medical assistance needed on the path to recovery. To help those families
and their loved ones take the first step in healing, Brookwood Baptist Health has partnered with Bradford Health Services to provide a medical detox unit at Walker Baptist Medical Center.
Medical detox units can serve an important role as a precursor to full rehabilitation by easing the physical side effects of the process. The physical illnesses associated with withdrawals, such as muscle aches, nausea, excessive sweating and high blood
pressure can be extremely dangerous to experience alone. Patients undergoing medical detox receive medications that help alleviate withdrawal symptoms, coupled with 24-hour supervision by licensed nurses, therapists and physicians.
What to Expect
Medically Supervised Detoxification
Medicare, Medicaid & Most Major Insurances accepted
Coordinated Care with your Primary Care Physician
10-Bed Addiction Program at both Citizens and Walker Baptist Medical Centers
All Private Rooms—Male and Female
Initial Consultation Provided at No Cost
Therapy Provided by Licensed Clinicians
Average Length of Stay 3-7 Days
Alcohol & Drug Dependency Education
Group & Individual Therapy
12-Step Philosophy of Treatment
Individualized Discharge Planning and Referral Placement
Walker Baptist Medical Center
3400 Hwy 78 Jasper, AL 35501 Phone: 205-387-4961 (Referrals Accepted 24 Hours a Day)
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