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Anniston, AL Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

Treatment Center Directory.com is the premier destination for locating alcohol treatment, drug addiction rehab centers and detox programs in Anniston, Alabama. Our database of Anniston treatment centers includes 5 centers, facilities and doctors.

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NameAddress / PlatformTreatment ProgramsInsuranceRegion
Health Services Center Corrections and Offender Re Entry CORE 801 Noble Street Suite 100 Outpatient Medicaid Anniston
Cleburne Mental Health Center Anniston 331 East 8Th Street Outpatient Medicaid / Private Anniston
Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center Behavioral Health 400 East 10th Street Inpatient / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Anniston
Behavioral Health Programs at RMC 400 East 10th Street Outpatient Medicaid Anniston
Anniston Fellowship House Anniston 106 East 22Nd Street Inpatient N/A Anniston
MedMark Treatment Centers Oxford 118 East Choccolocco Street Detox / Outpatient / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Oxford
Highland Health Systems New Directions 1640 Coleman Road Detox / Outpatient Medicaid Oxford
Bradford Health Services Oxford 1713 Hamric Dr E Suite 2 Detox / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Oxford
Birmingham VAMC Anniston Oxford CBOC\ 96 Ali Way Creekside South Outpatient Private Oxford
Self Recovery 2250 Us Highway 78 W Detox / Outpatient N/A Oxford

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