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  A better path for a brighter future

Located in Birmingham, Alabama Clinical Schools is an 80-bed facility, which provides a specific therapeutic milieu for sexually abusive youth. Treatment is based upon the individual needs of each youth. Rational Behavior training methods of intervention are used with elements of Cognitive-Behavioral theory to assist individuals in changing their thinking patterns, emotions, and behavioral responses.

At Alabama Clinical Schools, we believe early intervention is extremely important to help sexually abusive youth achieve successful outcomes. Relapse prevention skills are developed to assist our clients with identifying abuse cycles as well as adapting to high risk situations with learned and practiced coping skills. The involvement of family members and/or an identified support system is another essential component of treatment. Therefore, transportation assistance is provided for family sessions.

Alabama Clinical Schools features semi-private bedrooms, unit group rooms, dining facilities and spacious grounds within a secure facility.



· Licensed by Alabama Department of
  Mental Health
· Joint Commission Accredited
· Onsite General & Special Education Programming
· 24 hour Staff Supervision
· Electronic Monitoring and Video Surveillance
· 12 Wooded Acres
· Semi-Private Rooms
· Secured Facility


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1221 Alton Drive, P.O. Box 100968 | Birmingham, AL 35210 | 205-836-9923

Physicians are on the medical staff of Alabama Clinical Schools, but, with limited exceptions, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Alabama Clinical Schools. The facility shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians.

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