Home About Us Our Programs Resources Family Connect In The News Contact Us
Our Programs
Residential Treatment Programs
Kennington Residential Treatment Program
Kennington Residential Treatment Program provides residential treatment for males between the ages of 12 and 18. The length of stay is approximately 90 days, depending on progress in treatment. The program is located on just over 72 acres of land on The Bridge - Gadsden campus in Etowah County, Alabama. Three distinct programs share the facilities, administrative and support staff services of the campus.

Read More...
Mitchell Residential Treatment Program
Mitchell Residential Treatment Program provides residential treatment for males between the ages of 12 and 18. The length of stay is approximately 90 days, depending on progress in treatment. The program is located on just over 72 acres of land on The Bridge - Gadsden campus in Etowah County, Alabama. Three distinct programs share the facilities, administrative and support staff services of the campus.

Read More...
Northwood Residential Treatment Program
Northwood Residential Treatment Program​ provides residential treatment for males between the ages of 12 and 18. The program is located on just over 72 acres of land on The Bridge - Gadsden campus in Etowah County, Alabama. Three distinct programs share the facilities, administrative and support staff services of the campus.
Read More...
Westwood Residential Treatment Program
Westwood Residential Treatment Program is a clinically managed medium intensity (Level III.5) residential treatment program providing treatment for males between the ages of 12 and 18. This level of care is designed to offer highly structured intensive treatment to clients whose condition is sufficiently stable but whose illness has progressed so as to require consistent near-daily treatment intervention. The Westwood program offers no less than twenty hours of programming per week in a structured program. Services are available seven days per week with the length of stay to be determined by a client’s condition and functioning.
Read More...
Outpatient Treatment Programs
Baldwin County Outpatient Program
The Baldwin County Outpatient Program  is designed for males and females between the ages of 12 and 18 who meet the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria for Level 0.5 or Level I treatment placement. The Program emphasizes an individualized treatment plan that includes the family unit as well as the adolescent.
Read More...
Cullman Outpatient Program
The Cullman Outpatient Program is designed  for males and females, ages 12 to 18, who are at risk for, or are actively experiencing substance use problems. Referrals are accepted from the court,  school systems, and other community agencies; however, participants do not have to be referred from such sources.  A call to the Program to schedule a time for screening and assessment is all that is required.

Read More...
Dallas County Outpatient Program
The Dallas County Outpatient Program is designed for males and females, ages 12 to 18, who are at risk for, or are actively experiencing substance use problems. Referrals are accepted from the court,  school systems, and other community agencies; however, participants do not have to be referred from such sources. A call to the Program to schedule a time for screening and assessment is all that is required.
Read More...
Fort Payne Adult Outpatient Program
The Fort Payne Adult Outpatient Program provides outpatient services for male and female adults (ages 18 and over) who are suffering from chemical abuse or dependence. The Fort Payne Program serves DeKalb and Cherokee counties.

Read More...
Mobile Outpatient Program
The Mobile Outpatient Program is designed for males and females between the ages of 12 and 18 who meet the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria for Level 0.5 or Level I treatment placement. The program emphasizes an individualized treatment plan that includes the family unit as well as the adolescent.

Read More...
Tuscaloosa Outpatient Program

The Tuscaloosa Outpatient Program is designed for males and females, ages 12 to 18, who are at risk for, or are actively experiencing substance use problems. Referrals are accepted from the court,  school systems, and other community agencies; however, participants do not have to be referred from such sources. A call to the Program to schedule a time for screening and assessment is all that is required. 


Read More...
Community-Based Programs
Mobile County Transitions Program

As an alternative to placement in the Department of Youth Services, The Mobile County Transitions Program offers highly individualized services to adolescent males and females between the ages of 13 and 17½ experiencing behavioral and legal issues. The program varies in duration and intensity depending on the adolescent’s needs and motivation for change, but usually lasts from three to six months. 


Read More...
Montgomery County Transitions Program
As an alternative to placement in the Department of Youth Services, The Montgomery County Transitions Program  offers highly individualized services to adolescent males and females between the ages of 13 and 17½ experiencing behavioral and legal issues. The program varies in duration and intensity depending on the adolescent’s needs and motivation for change, but usually lasts from three to six months. 

Read More...
Pickens County REACH Program
The REACH Program in Carrollton, Alabama provides a variety of alternative educational and therapeutic opportunities for youth referred by the Pickens County Juvenile Court. REACH encourages building core values by addressing responsibility, self-control, respect for others, improved socialization skills, and increased academic achievement.  
 
Read More...
Randolph County RightStep Program
The RightStep Program in Randolph County offers treatment for juveniles at risk of commitment to the Department of Youth Services. The staff meets with the youth individually at school or with the youth and his/her family in the home.
Read More...
Tuscaloosa County Transitions Program
As an alternative to placement in the Department of Youth Services, The Tuscaloosa County Transitions Program offers highly individualized services to adolescent males and females between the ages of 13 and 17½ experiencing behavioral and legal issues. The program varies in duration and intensity depending on the adolescent’s needs and motivation for change, but usually lasts from three to six months. 

Read More...
Website Design Company