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Call us now – at 1-205-947-3668 – for information about our inpatient, outpatient, and specialty alcohol and drug rehab programs and resources for family members and more. Our dedicated Admissions team is here for you around the clock.

Why Bradford at Warrior?

Put simply, our hearts are in what we do. And that is to provide help, hope, and healing to people and families struggling with addiction.

Since 1977, we’ve been serving, treating, and healing people from across the U.S. We employ licensed clinical professionals, medical providers, and support personnel with deep, and often personal, experience in addiction treatment and the recovery process. Our facility is also accredited by the Joint Commission, demonstrating our prime directive of providing care of the highest standard.

We are so committed to your recovery that if we cannot help you, we will recommend resources who can.



We accept insurance plans from most providers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama, United Healthcare, Humana, Aetna, and Veterans Community Care programs. Contact us for a free insurance verification to find out what benefits are available through your plan.

What is a typical day like?

Our programs regularly consist of six and a half days per week of structured therapy and monitored personal time. Each patient participates in group and individual therapy sessions. Family visiting hours and therapy sessions are another vital aspect of our treatment process.

Additional forms of treatment may include spirituality group meetings, information about chemical dependency, adventure-based therapy, and groups that address specific areas of recovery. Regular attendance at 12-step meetings is a required part of our programs.

What should I bring?

  • Enough appropriate clothing for at least a week
  • Comfortable clothing and appropriate shoes for adventure-based therapy and exercise (if recommended)
  • Personal toiletries (must be alcohol-free products)
  • Appropriate sleepwear
  • Music may be listened to via an external speaker. No headphones are allowed.
  • Phone calling cards (for non-local phone calls)
  • Prescription medications (if applicable)
  • A small amount of money for incidentals – e.g., for a gas fund for outside 12-Step meetings and outings; money for personal food, such as special diet plans
  • Driver’s license and insurance card (a prescription card if it’s different from your medical insurance card)

What not to bring

  • Any products containing alcohol
  • Illegal substances and paraphernalia
  • Guns or weapons of any kind
  • Expensive jewelry or excessive cash
  • Personal computers
  • Headphones
  • Exercise equipment
  • Any clothing or materials that display profanity, alcohol/bar advertising, or drug slogans
  • Candles or incense
  • Tanning oils, hair dye, or bleaching products

Click here for a complete list of allowed and prohibited items for residential treatment.

Is Bradford at Warrior accessible to patients and family members who need special accommodation?

Yes. Our facility complies with ADA specifications.

How can I get more information if I have more questions?

Please call us, any day of the week, at – at 1-205-947-3668 –. Our dedicated team is here for you at all hours.

Patients’ rights

You can be assured of privacy and confidentiality … before, during and after your treatment at Bradford at Warrior. It’s the law. And it’s a protection we safeguard for each one of our patients. Learn more.

Note: The confidentiality of all information, including patient and family/significant other identity, discovered during participation in any Bradford Health Services program is protected by Federal law and regulations. Bradford Health Services or its program participants may not say to a person outside Bradford Health Services’ program that a patient or family member/significant other has attended the program, or disclose any information identifying a patient or family member/significant other, unless:

1. the patient/family member/significant other consents in writing as required by Federal regulations;
2. the disclosure is allowed by a court order; or
3. the disclosure is made to medical personnel in a medical emergency.

“From the moment I had my consultation and came to Bradford, to this time as I prepare to talk through the door; I have felt nothing but acceptance and non-judgment.”


Are you worried that you or a loved one might have a problem with drugs or alcohol? The following Risk Assessments can help you determine your next steps. Our recovery advisors are availabe to walk you through these and answer any questions you may have.

Bradford at Warrior AUDIT Screen


A screening tool to help gauge if you or a loved one/significant other has a problem with alcohol.
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A screening tool to help determine if you or a loved one has a problem with alcohol and other drugs.
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Bradford at Warrior CRAAFT Screen


A screening tool to help gauge if an adolescent has a problem with alcohol and other drugs.
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Disclaimer: The results of these self-administered screening tools are not intended to constitute a diagnosis of alcoholism or drug-use disorder. They should be used solely as a guide to understanding your alcohol and/or other drug use and the potential associated health issues. The information provided here cannot substitute for a full evaluation by a health professional.

For more information or for immediate, confidential help, we’re here for you, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.