The Lovelady Center

7916 2nd Ave S
Birmingham, AL 35206

Birmingham, Alabama

About The Lovelady Center

Situated in Birmingham, Alabama, The Lovelady Center is a nonprofit that empowers women to walk through life challenges with faith. This facility offers a 9 to 12 month residential program for a range of situations, including transitional housing during parole, diversion programs/alternative sentences, supervised reentry (SRP), and other challenges like addiction.

Turning the idea of a halfway house into a “wholeway house,” The Lovelady Center provides life skills training, spiritual guidance, shelter, clothing, food, and help to overcome poverty and incarceration through restoring hope and faith based initiatives.

Endorsed by the Mayor of Birmingham, state Governor, and local Sheriff’s Department, the Lovelady Center is a well established support to help women in Birmingham get back on their feet. They are accredited by the Association of Christian Ministries and a member of Citigate Network.

Residents are required to complete a minimum stay, progress through their five stage program, acquire credits including continuing education and/or GED, undergo counseling, obtain ID, participate in job readiness training, resolve any outstanding warrants or legal issues, and maintain sobriety throughout the program. Low cost and low barrier entry options are available.

Addiction Treatment Programs

Alcoholism Drug Rehab


The goal of alcohol rehab in Alabama is to help individuals gain tools for long-term sobriety. Treatment empowers participants whose relationships, career, and health have been affected by alcohol use to live a successful life.

Drug Rehab

Drug rehab in Alabama provides medical or psychotherapeutic treatment for drug dependency. Methods of treatment often include a combination of medication, counseling, and recreational therapies.

Levels of Care


Detox & MAT

When you make the decision to enter an addiction treatment program, detox is usually the first step. Detox in ...Alabama includes round-the-clock supervision by professional staff, and medications are often used to ease withdrawal symptoms.
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Inpatient Rehab

Residential or inpatient rehab in Alabama involves living at the rehab facility and receiving 24/7 supervised A combination of treatment interventions is offered, including individual and group therapy, nutritional counseling, experiential therapies, and medication.
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Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab in Alabama allows you to attend a few hours of counseling each week, spread out over several ...days. You can spend the rest of your time at home, working, or fulfilling other obligations. The length of time in this type of program varies by individual.
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private-insurance icon Private Insurance

Private health insurance helps you pay for alcohol and drug rehab in Alabama. The amount of rehab insurance co...verage varies based on specific policy and a treatment center’s in-network or out-of-network status. Check with your insurer for more information.
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self-pay icon Self-Pay Options

Self-pay or private pay options for drug rehab in Alabama let you pay out-of-pocket or via personal or medical... loans. There are different fee structures for different phases of care.
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Contact The Lovelady Center

Phone icon 205-833-7410
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7916 2nd Ave S
Birmingham, AL 35206

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