Health Service Company Closing Augusta Office

November 8, 2016|

bradford-healthAs a result of restructuring, Bradford Health Services will be closing its Augusta office at the end of the year. It is no longer accepting new patients for Intensive Outpatient effective immediately.

Terry Childers will continue to be the community representative and will be available to meet with potential patients and their families.

Bradford has two inpatient facilities in Alabama: The Lodge in Warrior (20 minutes from Birmingham) and in Madison. Detox/stabilization, partial hospitalization and residential treatment are provided at these facilities. Between the two facilities, there are 288 beds available, with 20 beds available for adolescents in the Madison facility.

Bradford will continue its partnership with other programs throughout the Southeast in order to provide access to treatment for all. Consultations and referrals are free. Bradford will also place more emphasis its two long term recovery programs – The Reprieve for Men in Opelika, Ala., and A Reprieve for Women in Tuscaloosa.

Bradford also provides several specialty programs at the Lodge in Warrior: A nationally recognized Healthcare Professionals Program for physicians, dentists, nurses and other health professionals; Legal Professionals Program for attorneys, paralegals, judges and others in the legal profession; First Responders/Law Enforcement Program for EMTs, police officers and firefighters; and the Military Program for active duty personnel as well as retirees/veterans and their dependents.

Bradford Health will also continue to offer annual workshops and provide continuing education hours for licensed professional counselors, licensed social workers and drug/alcohol counselors. The next one will be held on Dec. 2 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Augusta.

Visit BradfordHealth.com for more information.

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