Better Paths for Brighter Futures

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Alabama Clinical Schools offers residential treatment and foster care programs for children and adolescents ages 9 to 18 who struggle with mental health issues, behavioral problems, and sexually reactive behaviors. Our facility works with families and patients who haven’t found success with other programs and treatment centers. 

Better Paths for Brighter Futures

Call 205-836-9923

To make a referral or learn more

Alabama Clinical Schools offers residential treatment and foster care programs for children and adolescents ages 9 to 18 who struggle with mental health issues, behavioral problems, and sexually reactive behaviors. Our facility works with families and patients who haven’t found success with other programs and treatment centers. 

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The Residential Treatment Program provides psychiatric treatment for adolescent males, ages 9 to 18, who are displaying sexually reactive behaviors. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) help young men change thinking patterns, emotions, and behavioral responses to interrupt poor behavioral patterns.

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The RISE program is designed to help males ages 13 to 18 who are struggling with severe mental illness after multiple unsuccessful attempts, early discharges, or denied admission to other programs. Masters-level therapists and psychiatrists use individual and group therapy sessions to help the boys in the program identify personal triggers that enable offense cycles, and develop new strategies and coping mechanisms to build self-control.

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Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC) is a community-based program that provides interventions to boys and girls in state custody and unable to live at home due to behavioral and mental health issues. Our foster care caseworkers and parents work to deliver mental health treatment services in a therapeutic foster home environment while collaborating with the child, their family, and the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) to meet the child’s individual treatment needs.

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The Specialized Treatment Foster Care (STFC) Program provides intensive therapy to sexually reactive boys within the context of a foster home living arrangement. Boys in this program may exhibit inappropriate sexual behaviors or display inappropriate knowledge of sexuality for their age. Boys are placed in single-occupancy foster care homes but receive the same kind of intensive therapy provided in our residential treatment programs.

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Our Educational Programming offers onsite educational services with low teacher to student ratios to help students stay on track and re-engage with academics. Students set a pace based on their abilities through flexible daily schedules. Students earn academic credits while also focusing on their therapeutic goal to foster a holistic treatment approach.

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Alabama Clinical Schools is always looking for mental health professionals who are passionate about providing quality care to children and teens. If you want to grow your career, this could be the place for you.

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Congratulations to two of our Pharmacists who recently received infectious disease certifications. Benjamin Kirby, PharmD, holds a Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacist Antimicrobial Stewardship Certificate for Acute Care, and Austin Gore, PharmD, BCIDP, is a BPS Board Certified Infectious Diseases Pharmacist®.

Ben and Austin are examples of our team’s commitment to providing an advanced, quality healthcare experience to our patients, and we’re proud to have them on our team!
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Congratulations to two of our Pharmacists who recently received infectious disease certifications. Benjamin Kirby, PharmD, holds a Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacist Antimicrobial Stewardship Certificate for Acute Care, and Austin Gore, PharmD, BCIDP, is a BPS Board Certified Infectious Diseases Pharmacist®. 

Ben and Austin are examples of our team’s commitment to providing an advanced, quality healthcare experience to our patients, and we’re proud to have them on our team!

We continued to practice Halloween safety with our residents by creating a haunted house throughout our facility. The residents were allowed to participate by decorating their halls and created masks during Recreational Therapy. Great job to our staff members who worked so hard to pull this off for our residents. ... See MoreSee Less

We observed #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth by wearing pink, and donating to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Thank you to our staff members who participated and helped raise money for this wonderful cause! ... See MoreSee Less

Today, we would like to honor and recognize our Dietary staff! Thank you for all that you do for our residents and staff members to ensure that our nutritional needs are met. We would also like to congratulate them on successfully achieving a 100% on their Food Establishment Inspection from the Jefferson County Department of Health! This department of individuals are true rock stars and we are so thankful for their hard work. Pictured is Ms. Caroline, Ms. Vickie, and Chef Jerry. Not pictured is Ms. Marilyn and Ms.Karen. ... See MoreSee Less

Our facility was thrilled to participate as exhibitors at the 20th Annual Fall Social Work Conference! During the conference, we happily discussed and promoted the services that we provide, as well as networked with other providers in the state. We are looking forward to attending more events where we can inform participants about our services and the positive successes achieved by the youth that we serve. ... See MoreSee Less

Our facility was thrilled to participate as exhibitors at the 20th Annual Fall Social Work Conference! During the conference, we happily discussed and promoted the services that we provide, as well as networked with other providers in the state. We are looking forward to attending more events where we can inform participants about our services and the positive successes achieved by the youth that we serve.
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Alabama Clinical Schools
1221 Alton Drive
Birmingham, AL 35210
Phone: 205-836-9923

ACS – Therapeutic Foster Care
1101 East Park Drive
Birmingham, AL 35235
Phone: 205-224-4400

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