AltaPointe Health Systems Inc - Chatom AL 36518

63 Dixie Youth Drive Chatom AL 36518

“As a leading treatment center in Alabama, AltaPointe Healthcare System Inc. provides the latest treatments for adults with co-occurring mental disorders and substance abuse disorders. “We serve individuals and families from across the country. Our mission is to provide individual, family and group services based on individual needs. We strive to build a sense of community among all of our clients by creating a positive impact in their lives through the delivery of health care, addiction counseling, substance abuse education, community outreach, family support and recreation programs.\n\n”The treatment and rehabilitation process include detoxification and rehabilitation programs, mental illness treatment, substance abuse rehabilitation and community outreach. We believe that all of our programs are integrated and have the same goals. It’s a holistic approach, which will help a person to lead a more productive and meaningful life. We are committed to providing quality, effective care to each of our clients.\n\nOur vision is to become one of the leading providers of community based health systems. We believe that there is a need for an addiction treatment center for rural Alabama because there are many people who live in rural areas and suffer from addictions and other mental illnesses. “The mission of AltaPointe Healthcare System Inc. is to improve quality of life for people suffering from mental illness and substance abuse disorders. We are committed to serving all our community members with compassionate and specialized care, regardless of age, race, gender or economic status.” “Since we are committed to the entire community, we strive to reach our goals through collaboration with other organizations in our community. “We are a non-profit organization and are supported by a wide variety of community, private and governmental partners, including the State of Alabama, The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, The Social Security Administration, the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Alabama Association of Social Service Agencies, and The United Way of Alabama.”

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