Pearson Hall – Birmingham, AL Reviews, Complaints, Cost & Price - Birmingham, AL


Pearson Hall - Birmingham, AL Birmingham, AL

Facility Rating:

Cleanliness, proper care - when I walked in it was clean like a hospital. but some of the treatments are not what I think they should've been

About Pearson Hall - Birmingham, AL

Clients entering our inpatient program at Pearson Hall are met with a warm, loving hug. Treatment services are then planned by the medical and counseling staff to meet each client’s individual needs. Days at Pearson Hall are filled with informational films and lectures, individual and group therapy, nutrition and fitness programs, and constant medical evaluation. Clients are also introduced to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and/orNarcotics Anonymous (NA). ladyDetoxificationClients at our treatment center learn new skills on how to cope and communicate. They begin to understand this really is a disease—that they have been sick, not “morally bad.” Professional expertise, backed by unconditional love,

to work wonders. Anger turns into laughter. Frustrations turn into hope. Fear and distrust give way to love. Detoxification is provided, as needed, at Olivia’s House in conjunction with the detoxification unit at Pearson Hall. Detoxification functions to eliminate a toxic substance from the body through a medically supervised systematic reduction of the substance. During the detoxification process, clients are administered medications which provide for safe withdrawal from chemicals of abuse, stabilization of bodily functions, and replacement of nutritional deficiencies. Detoxification will be provided at Pearson Hall. Arrangements for assistance with child care will be made during periods of detoxification.

Listing Type

  • service providedDetox Facility
  • service not providedInpatient Rehab Facility
  • service not providedOutpatient Facility
  • service not providedTherapist/ Counselor/ Psychologist/ Psychiatrist
  • service not providedIntervention
  • service not providedSober Living
  • service not providedMethadone Maintenance Clinic
  • service not providedPain Management Program

Payment Methods

  • service not providedCash
  • service not providedCheck
  • service not providedCard
  • service providedScholarship
  • service providedState Funded
  • service providedState Insurance
  • service not providedPrivate Insurance
  • service not providedPayment plans
  • service not providedOut of Network Insurance
  • service not providedIn Network

Phone: 205-923-6552
Website: https://adatc.org
Location: 2701 Jefferson Ave SW, Birmingham , AL 35211

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Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

Cleanliness, proper care - when I walked in it was clean like a hospital. but some of the treatments are not what I think they should've been

Anonymous

5.00
January 1st, 1970

THE HANDS ON DEDICATION TOTREATING CLIENTS. THEY TOOK GREAT CARE OF MY SON AND HE IS COMPLETELY CLEAN NOW.

Anonymous

1.00
January 1st, 1970

This place is in the middle of Fairfield between miles college and Westlake mall which is a terrible neighborhood. Most of the staff are pretty bias...If you ask them for something they act like you've ruined they're day. Also, it's government funded and a lot of the patients come because it was here or jail. The food was good and I would say it's better than jail but don't come here if you have a choice. Bottom line it's a government 'business', not a real business, so they're getting paid either way.

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

it needs to be in a different neighborhood

Kimberly

4.00
January 1st, 1970

I was detoxing off pain medication and nerve medication. I had no insurance and was scared so badly because I had no clue as to what type of place I was going to. I'm so glad I choose Pearson Hall! Good food, safe detox, awesome staff and councilor. The overall treatment I would give a 4. For the financial bind I was in, and with me having no insurance, I will still able to be safely detoxed and really caring people. I chose to not seek more treatment, which I now regret!! I believe it takes a little longer and wished I did follow up with a program they could have helped with. There were 4-6 group sessions a day beside weekends. You do also the first 3 days, if not feeling good can stay in, but group meetings is what brings you back to life again and builds and motivates you! Even just the staff that watches you is very concerned in your sobriety and it means a lot!! For the money, which had to be paid after my stay, it was the best thing I should have done! I actually enjoyed this facility and loved their ways!

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

Cleanliness, proper care - when I walked in it was clean like a hospital. but some of the treatments are not what I think they should've been

Anonymous

5.00
January 1st, 1970

THE HANDS ON DEDICATION TOTREATING CLIENTS. THEY TOOK GREAT CARE OF MY SON AND HE IS COMPLETELY CLEAN NOW.

Anonymous

1.00
January 1st, 1970

This place is in the middle of Fairfield between miles college and Westlake mall which is a terrible neighborhood. Most of the staff are pretty bias...If you ask them for something they act like you've ruined they're day. Also, it's government funded and a lot of the patients come because it was here or jail. The food was good and I would say it's better than jail but don't come here if you have a choice. Bottom line it's a government 'business', not a real business, so they're getting paid either way.

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

it needs to be in a different neighborhood

Kimberly

4.00
January 1st, 1970

I was detoxing off pain medication and nerve medication. I had no insurance and was scared so badly because I had no clue as to what type of place I was going to. I'm so glad I choose Pearson Hall! Good food, safe detox, awesome staff and councilor. The overall treatment I would give a 4. For the financial bind I was in, and with me having no insurance, I will still able to be safely detoxed and really caring people. I chose to not seek more treatment, which I now regret!! I believe it takes a little longer and wished I did follow up with a program they could have helped with. There were 4-6 group sessions a day beside weekends. You do also the first 3 days, if not feeling good can stay in, but group meetings is what brings you back to life again and builds and motivates you! Even just the staff that watches you is very concerned in your sobriety and it means a lot!! For the money, which had to be paid after my stay, it was the best thing I should have done! I actually enjoyed this facility and loved their ways!

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

Cleanliness, proper care - when I walked in it was clean like a hospital. but some of the treatments are not what I think they should've been

Anonymous

5.00
January 1st, 1970

THE HANDS ON DEDICATION TOTREATING CLIENTS. THEY TOOK GREAT CARE OF MY SON AND HE IS COMPLETELY CLEAN NOW.

Anonymous

1.00
January 1st, 1970

This place is in the middle of Fairfield between miles college and Westlake mall which is a terrible neighborhood. Most of the staff are pretty bias...If you ask them for something they act like you've ruined they're day. Also, it's government funded and a lot of the patients come because it was here or jail. The food was good and I would say it's better than jail but don't come here if you have a choice. Bottom line it's a government 'business', not a real business, so they're getting paid either way.

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

it needs to be in a different neighborhood

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

Cleanliness, proper care - when I walked in it was clean like a hospital. but some of the treatments are not what I think they should've been

Kimberly

4.00
January 1st, 1970

I was detoxing off pain medication and nerve medication. I had no insurance and was scared so badly because I had no clue as to what type of place I was going to. I'm so glad I choose Pearson Hall! Good food, safe detox, awesome staff and councilor. The overall treatment I would give a 4. For the financial bind I was in, and with me having no insurance, I will still able to be safely detoxed and really caring people. I chose to not seek more treatment, which I now regret!! I believe it takes a little longer and wished I did follow up with a program they could have helped with. There were 4-6 group sessions a day beside weekends. You do also the first 3 days, if not feeling good can stay in, but group meetings is what brings you back to life again and builds and motivates you! Even just the staff that watches you is very concerned in your sobriety and it means a lot!! For the money, which had to be paid after my stay, it was the best thing I should have done! I actually enjoyed this facility and loved their ways!

Anonymous

5.00
January 1st, 1970

THE HANDS ON DEDICATION TOTREATING CLIENTS. THEY TOOK GREAT CARE OF MY SON AND HE IS COMPLETELY CLEAN NOW.

Anonymous

1.00
January 1st, 1970

This place is in the middle of Fairfield between miles college and Westlake mall which is a terrible neighborhood. Most of the staff are pretty bias...If you ask them for something they act like you've ruined they're day. Also, it's government funded and a lot of the patients come because it was here or jail. The food was good and I would say it's better than jail but don't come here if you have a choice. Bottom line it's a government 'business', not a real business, so they're getting paid either way.

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

it needs to be in a different neighborhood

Kimberly

4.00
January 1st, 1970

I was detoxing off pain medication and nerve medication. I had no insurance and was scared so badly because I had no clue as to what type of place I was going to. I'm so glad I choose Pearson Hall! Good food, safe detox, awesome staff and councilor. The overall treatment I would give a 4. For the financial bind I was in, and with me having no insurance, I will still able to be safely detoxed and really caring people. I chose to not seek more treatment, which I now regret!! I believe it takes a little longer and wished I did follow up with a program they could have helped with. There were 4-6 group sessions a day beside weekends. You do also the first 3 days, if not feeling good can stay in, but group meetings is what brings you back to life again and builds and motivates you! Even just the staff that watches you is very concerned in your sobriety and it means a lot!! For the money, which had to be paid after my stay, it was the best thing I should have done! I actually enjoyed this facility and loved their ways!

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

Cleanliness, proper care - when I walked in it was clean like a hospital. but some of the treatments are not what I think they should've been

Anonymous

5.00
January 1st, 1970

THE HANDS ON DEDICATION TOTREATING CLIENTS. THEY TOOK GREAT CARE OF MY SON AND HE IS COMPLETELY CLEAN NOW.

Anonymous

1.00
January 1st, 1970

This place is in the middle of Fairfield between miles college and Westlake mall which is a terrible neighborhood. Most of the staff are pretty bias...If you ask them for something they act like you've ruined they're day. Also, it's government funded and a lot of the patients come because it was here or jail. The food was good and I would say it's better than jail but don't come here if you have a choice. Bottom line it's a government 'business', not a real business, so they're getting paid either way.

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

it needs to be in a different neighborhood

Kimberly

4.00
January 1st, 1970

I was detoxing off pain medication and nerve medication. I had no insurance and was scared so badly because I had no clue as to what type of place I was going to. I'm so glad I choose Pearson Hall! Good food, safe detox, awesome staff and councilor. The overall treatment I would give a 4. For the financial bind I was in, and with me having no insurance, I will still able to be safely detoxed and really caring people. I chose to not seek more treatment, which I now regret!! I believe it takes a little longer and wished I did follow up with a program they could have helped with. There were 4-6 group sessions a day beside weekends. You do also the first 3 days, if not feeling good can stay in, but group meetings is what brings you back to life again and builds and motivates you! Even just the staff that watches you is very concerned in your sobriety and it means a lot!! For the money, which had to be paid after my stay, it was the best thing I should have done! I actually enjoyed this facility and loved their ways!

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

Cleanliness, proper care - when I walked in it was clean like a hospital. but some of the treatments are not what I think they should've been

Anonymous

5.00
January 1st, 1970

THE HANDS ON DEDICATION TOTREATING CLIENTS. THEY TOOK GREAT CARE OF MY SON AND HE IS COMPLETELY CLEAN NOW.

Anonymous

1.00
January 1st, 1970

This place is in the middle of Fairfield between miles college and Westlake mall which is a terrible neighborhood. Most of the staff are pretty bias...If you ask them for something they act like you've ruined they're day. Also, it's government funded and a lot of the patients come because it was here or jail. The food was good and I would say it's better than jail but don't come here if you have a choice. Bottom line it's a government 'business', not a real business, so they're getting paid either way.

Anonymous

4.00
January 1st, 1970

it needs to be in a different neighborhood

Kimberly

4.00
January 1st, 1970

I was detoxing off pain medication and nerve medication. I had no insurance and was scared so badly because I had no clue as to what type of place I was going to. I'm so glad I choose Pearson Hall! Good food, safe detox, awesome staff and councilor. The overall treatment I would give a 4. For the financial bind I was in, and with me having no insurance, I will still able to be safely detoxed and really caring people. I chose to not seek more treatment, which I now regret!! I believe it takes a little longer and wished I did follow up with a program they could have helped with. There were 4-6 group sessions a day beside weekends. You do also the first 3 days, if not feeling good can stay in, but group meetings is what brings you back to life again and builds and motivates you! Even just the staff that watches you is very concerned in your sobriety and it means a lot!! For the money, which had to be paid after my stay, it was the best thing I should have done! I actually enjoyed this facility and loved their ways!

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