Cherokee Attalla (CED) Addiction Treatment Center, which is located in the town of Attalla, Alabama, provides outpatient and residential treatment for adults and children struggling with addiction. The center was originally established in 1974 and currently treats over thirty thousand people every year, including children, the elderly and the addicted. The center is an accredited, non-profit mental health facility. The center has three outpatient treatment facilities: the Cherokee Residential Program, the Cherokee Outpatient Program and the Cherokee Outpatient Treatment Center.
A CED addiction treatment center provides a personalized service to each patient. The treatment of drug and alcohol addiction requires a strong commitment on behalf of the addict to change his or her life and to become sober. Attalla addiction treatment centers are committed to helping those who suffer from addiction to regain control over their lives and return to a normal life. The counselors at CED have a proven track record of helping people overcome problems through counseling, group activities, and individual treatment.
The staff at CED strives to make every patient feel comfortable, at ease, and at home. Staff at CED strives to create a safe environment in which to treat the patients while they are receiving treatment. It is a community of families with the same common interests, hopes and dreams. It is a very unique setting to give patients the best chance for success. Each of the three treatment facilities at the Attalla Addiction Treatment Center has been reviewed by medical professionals as being effective. The treatment is monitored by licensed mental health professionals.