Bradford Health Services

1189 Allbritton Road, Warrior, Alabama, 35180

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(138 reviews)
Bradford Health Services offers a wide variety of drug and alcohol treatment options at numerous locations across the country. The Warrior Lodge facility, located among the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains near Birmingham, Alabama, provides residential substance abuse treatment for adults. The quiet, secluded, and serene environment gives clients a safe space to withdraw from alcohol and drugs, learn new coping skills, and set a solid foundation for long-term recovery.

Facility Highlights

  • Confidential Help
  • Adolescent Rehab & Care
  • Emergency Consultation

Specialization

  • Intensive Out Patient (IOP)
    Patients who undergo intensive outpatient treatment continue to live at home and sometimes go to school or work while participating in a highly structured treatment protocol that is focused on ending substance abuse. Programs vary in terms of how much treatment patients receive, how often and for how long. Some facilities design individualized intensive outpatient treatment programs.
  • Residential Treatment
    Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Facility Settings

  • Wilderness

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Irene

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I also was there Oct. 2016 and they treated me so bad.. not only by staff but patients. I was suppose go home Middle of December they admin me and I didn’t get my chip! I still have sobriety 4 years October but they don’t get the credits! Mentally emotionally and physically destroyed by this place!!

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I want the 4 yrs ago and I have been off of Drugs. For 4 yrs thay saved my life and I think them for that.

Sandy

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This place is an ABSOLUTE joke!!!!!!!!! I went for an "evaluation" to return to nursing. I had previously attended another facility 7 months prior and have not had an issue with opiods since the rehab I previously attended. I have followed recommendations of the previous facility and doing well BUT according to Bradford I need 8 weeks ( what most people are told) at a HUGE price. After checking in I was searched from head to toe ( I understand the caution) and sent directly to the cottage. I was evaluated by several members of the staff, reviewed my history, numerous times with my son being called to verify my truth (okay with that as well) retrieving my records from several years back. I witnessed a resident getting his meds and listened to the members of his cottage talking about him putting his medicine in his pocket, which I saw. When I asked them why he was doing this....they said "he takes it to his room and crushes it and snorts it!" The whole system is a total joke. Upon admission, my medication was taken, (normal) and the intake nurse told me I would not be able to take the medicine I take for sleep, which is not an addictive medication AT ALL, it is given to me by the nurse practitioner I continue to see from the previous facility but was offered an addicting medication to replace it, which I refused, I couldn't believe they were trying to change me to something addicting! When I was discharged home.....they did not return the medicine. After the evaluation that lasted from Sunday to Thursday, I was told about ALL the problems I have...1) Addiction (okay with that)..2) Alcoholic ( I DO NOT drink and was confirmed by my son when he was called for his opinion of my condition, which he said " I have never seen my Mother drink" and he is 29 years old) 3.....Major depression ( my Mother passed away in July but I haven't had any depression, Just missing her). When I was told the recommendations, I told one of the staff and he said just don't worry, we knew you probably wouldn't have the money but just go to the cottage and sleep on it, we will work something out in the morning but when I went into the business office and was told $23,000.00 and 8 weeks, I told the lady I just didn't have that kind of money. She looked at my insurance and said the insurance didn't deem it "medically necessary" and because of me not having a job I couldn't get a loan, I even had to borrow the money for the evaluation, she promptly told me ( "well if you change your mind...just let us know" and when I left her office the staff member that told me "to sleep on it, we will talk in the morning" said " I have all the papers in the discharge office and you can get your things, come back and we will discharge you)!! Within the hour I was on my way home. The next week I received a letter from my insurance company reporting that treatment was not medically necessary because and I quote " your care can be provided in a less intensive level of care, such as Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Rehabilitation. Your provider gave us some information and you have not used substances in the past week. You can bee treated at a lower level of care." The insurance if right, I haven't used substances since. Of course I was not told why the insurance denied coverage. As of now, I am still unable to return to my profession because of the untruthfulness of Bradford and their report. My experience is they hold my/your future in their hands and if you are willing to pay the amount of money they want, along with the crazy amount of time ( guess that justifies the money) you can go back to your profession.

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I went to rehab because I needed a break and to get myself healthy and I had hope initially. However, I was seriously over medicated and treated like herded cattle. I was continuously exposed to hostile and unsafe situations. I was a newbie in a cabin so I was placed with someone that was completely disruptive and stole, constantly. A fight broke out and the person supervising is left, everything erupted in complete chaos and I feared for my safety. I checked out AMA according to them. Complete sham. DO NOT GO HERE!!!!

JT

    One of the newest Group Therapist was demeaning. When a patient does not agree with something, namely, the counselor, they made it a point to embarrass the patient in front of other patients.
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