Birmingham Fellowship House
Established in 1965, the Fellowship House is a Non-Profit Agency funded primarily by the United Way, donations, the Alabama Department of Mental Health, and sliding-scale fees. The house provides a substance abuse recovery program designed to serve the special needs of an individual who suffers from alcoholism, drug addiction and co-occurring disorders. Our goal is to aid the individual in the personal, social and vocational adjustment necessary for the maintenance of a sober and productive life.
1625 12th Ave. South
Length: Not predetermined but based on an individual level
Cost: $35.00 entrance fee and then 30% of gross income
Services: Residential Only
State Certified: Yes
Philosophy: Our goal is to aid the individual in the personal, social and vocational adjustment necessary for the maintenance for a sober and a productive life. A strong belief and practice of the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Please Note: All information on the Addiction Prevention Coalition website is for informational and research purposes only.
No guarantee is made about the quality of service of the providers.