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Lucie Bowen, ICADCExecutive Director A New Beginning
Lucie is a Certified Addictions Professional as well as an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Lucie has more than 18 years as an addiction therapist in a variety of settings. Her compassion for helping others comes from her personal experience as well as experience with family and friends. She lives on-site confirming her desire to break the cycle of addiction and help women live up to their God-given potential. Lucie believes that love is a powerful antidote for addiction and feels compelled to establish a safe and nurturing atmosphere for women. That vision, along with Lucie’s dedication and hard work, is what started A New Beginning and helps make it the dynamic and growing program it is today.Show Bio
Olivia Ikerd, ICADCProgram Coordinator A New Beginning
Olivia received her B.S. in Criminal Justice from the University of North Alabama in 1998. She became passionate about helping women reach and sustain sobriety after spending time volunteering in the recovery community when she became sober. Olivia is dedicated to provided a comprehensive continuum of services promoting recovery that enables substance abuse clients to fully integrate into society as a healthy, substance-free individual.Show Bio
- Alabama ranks 25th in treatment centers servicing/accepting no payment accepted per 100,000 residents. Maine is ranked one spot worse at spot 26. Montana is ranked one spot better at spot 24.
- When adjusted for population, Alabama ranks 35th in treatment centers servicing/accepting IHS/638 contract care funds. Massachusetts is ranked one spot worse at spot 36. Iowa is ranked one spot better at spot 34.
- For persons with HIV or AIDS clients, Alabama ranks 36th in population-adjusted treatment centers. One spot worse is Rhode Island, ranked 37 in the U.S. Mississippi is ranked one spot better at spot 35.
- Alabama is 37th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting rational emotive behavioral therapy. Massachusetts is ranked one spot worse at spot 38. One spot better is New Hampshire, ranked 36 in the U.S.
- Alabama ranks 39th in treatment centers servicing/accepting matrix model per 100,000 residents. Louisiana is ranked slightly worse, ranked 40. Delaware is ranked slightly better, ranked 38.
Every year, surveys are taken to better understand the needs of residents in relation to drug and alcohol abuse and treatment. According to these studies, published in Alabama Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues At-A-Glance by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), between 7 and 8 percent of Alabama’s population is dependent on an illicit substance at any given time. Though this is lower than the national average, there are still thousands of Alabamans who are suffering with a chronic addiction and in desperate need of help through medical treatment and psychotherapeutic intervention.
Popular Substances of Abuse in Alabama
One of the first questions asked of patients entering drug addiction treatment is: “What is your drug of choice?” This answer alone can dictate the style and type of treatment that is necessary for long-term abstinence and healing. In Alabama, the trends have remained steady over the past 10+ years.
- Opiates (not heroin)
One thing that has changed over the past decade is the number of people in search of help for dependence on drugs only – not drugs and alcohol. Drug-only admissions have climbed from 17 percent of admissions in 1993 to 48 percent of admissions in 2006.
The Need for Addiction Treatment in Alabama
The goal is that everyone in Alabama who needs treatment for a chronic drug dependence will get the help they need. Unfortunately, every year, thousands of Alabamans continue to live with an active addiction and do not seek treatment.
In recent years, between 5.5 and 6 percent of those who need treatment in the state do not enroll in rehab.
For every day this is allowed to continue, untimely death due to overdose or accident is a hovering threat.
Addiction Treatment Options in Alabama
The treatment options for those struggling with addiction in Alabama are relatively slim compared to other parts of the country. There is little funding available to supply adequate resources to government-funded facilities and more than half depend heavily on this financial support to stay up and running. The number of inpatient program options is low, and it’s even harder to find substance-specific treatment help that utilizes the latest cutting-edge research.
These private centers offer a wide range of treatment options, a variety of therapies, and different program types that fit every family’s needs. There is little to no waiting list and the standard of care is always head and shoulders above government-funded facilities.
Is Out-of-State Drug Rehab the Right Choice for Your Family?
There are a number of benefits for enrolling in a drug addiction treatment program that is out of state, including:
- Increased privacy of care
- Buffer from stresses at home
- High-end treatment
- Increased therapeutic options
- Intensified focus on recovery