The Freedom from Addiction Coalition was established in January 2018 by the mayors of Vestavia Hills, Mountain Brook, Homewood and Hoover. The intent of the coalition is to raise awareness about the drug addiction problems faced by our citizens, provide available resources and, in so doing, hopefully prevent the inevitable overdoses that occur. We feel that a life lost to drug addiction is one too many.
The mission of the Freedom from Addiction Coalition is to help individuals that want to help themselves. The purpose of this information is to serve as a resource to help individuals, parents or loved ones in need of assistance with drug or alcohol addiction. Addiction does not discriminate and deeply effects many in our city, state and nation. As such, the participating municipalities are committed to assisting anyone struggling with addiction.
For emergencies, call 911. For immediate non-emergency assistance, visit your local fire station or police department. They will assist you in connecting with one of the following resource agencies.
Bradford Health Services. 205.547.2727 (Emergency contact) or 205.942.3200 (24-hour contact)
Recovery Resource Center. 205.458.3377
Located on the 6th floor of Cooper Green Mercy Hospital; open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. After 5:00 p.m. calls are directed to the United Way Crisis Center
Birmingham Vet Center. 205.212.3122; After hours 877.927.8387
(For veterans and their family members)
Addiction Prevention Coalition. 205.874.8498
Alabama Teen Challenge – Adult Men’s & Women’s Centers. 205.763.0909
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Treatment Centers. 205.923.6552
Alethia House. 205.324.6502
Fellowship House. 205.933.2430 ext. 402
Focus on Recovery. 205.822.7300
The Foundry Ministries. 205.424.HOPE (205.424.4673)
The Fritz Clinic. 205.877.8585
Jimmie Hale Mission. 205.324.2271
The Lovelady Center. 205.833.7410
Recovery Organization of Support Specialists (R.O.S.S.). 205.848.2112
The Salvation Army (men only). 205.252.8151
UAB Recovery Program. 205.975.7350 or 205.975.8524