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Consumer Forms

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Title VI Program

Our Title VI Notice provides info to the public regarding our protections against discrimination afforded to them by Title VI.

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Equal Opportunity

SCAMHC is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer and maintains a Drug-Free Workplace.

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SCAMHC is an approved Mental Health site for the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment program. Find out the program details and see if you qualify.

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SCAMHC serves all individuals regardless of inability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. For more information, contact 334-222-2523 or our 24/7 Helpline at 877-530-0002.

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Promoting mental health, preventing substance misuse, and providing treatments and supports to foster recovery while ensuring equitable access and better outcomes.

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Methamphetamine Addiction

This guide is an extensive look at the statistics of methamphetamine use, covering its complete effects and dangers, as well as the science behind methamphetamine addiction.

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Learn more about helping a loved one with Addiction.

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Holiday Schedule

South Central offices will be closed for the following holidays

Columbus Day: Monday, October 9, 2023

Thanksgiving: Thurs.-Fri., November 23–November 24, 2023

Christmas: Sun.-Mon., December 24–December 25, 2023

New Years: Sunday, December 31, 2023

King/Lee Birthday: Monday, January 15, 2024

Memorial Day: Monday, May 27, 2024

Juneteenth: Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Independence Day: Thursday, July 4, 2024

Labor Day: Monday, September 2, 2024


Addiction and Sobriety

AA/NA/Al Anon Meetings for Covington County

  • Open Meetings—Open to the public
  • Closed Meetings—Must have a problem or think you might have a problem drinking to attend

AA Meetings for Covington County


Meetings are Open

Old Radio Station Group—Andalusia Christian Service Center, 403 S. Three Notch St., Andalusia

  • Monday/Wednesday/Friday nights at 7:00 pm (Monday night—no longer signing AA cards)
  • Saturday night at 6:00 pm
  • Sunday afternoon at 3:00 pm


Meetings are Open

St. Mary's Episcopal Church—903 E. 2nd St., Andalusia

  • Tuesday/Thursday nights at 7:00 pm

First Presbyterian Church, 223 S. Three Notch St., Andalusia

  • Thursdays at 12:00 Noon


Meetings are Open

Florala AA–Florala Middle School Cafeteria—22975 Seventh Ave., Florala

  • Tuesday night at 7:00 pm


Brick house next to Sweet Home Baptist Church, McKenzie

  • Friday night at 7:00 pm

Opp Tue/Wed/Sat

Meetings are Open

Senior Citizen Center—107 N. Main St., Opp

  • Tuesday/Wednesday/Saturday nights at 7:00 pm

Opp Fri/Sun

Meetings are Open

Celebrate Recovery–Westview Baptist Church, 1404 N. Main St., Opp

  • Friday night from 7:00–9:00 pm
  • Sunday evening from 5:00–6:00 pm

NA Meetings for Covington County


Meetings are Open

The Outback—417 S. Three Notch St., Andalusia

  • Tuesday/Thursday nights at 7:00 pm (Second Tuesday of the month—eat/speak at 6:00 pm)
  • Sunday afternoon at 4:30 pm


Meetings are Open

Dixon Room at the Andalusia Public Library, Andalusia

  • Tuesday night at 7:00 pm

Al Anon Meetings for Covington County


Meetings are Open

All family members and friends of people who have an alcohol or other drug problem are encouraged to attend.

Dixon Room at the Andalusia Public Library, Andalusia

  • Tuesday night at 7:00 pm

Prescription Assistance

Recovery Mobile Apps

Interactive Mobile App Assists Users through First Years of Recovery

Hazelden has launched a new mobile app that guides users through the challenging first years of recovery, offering videos and tools for tracking progress, tips on relapse prevention and instant links to sponsors and nearby support meetings.

The Mobile MORE Field Guide to Life app grew out of the MORE (My Ongoing Recovery Experience) online program Hazelden provides its patients as they leave treatment. A recent study in The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment on the web-based version of the program indicated that individuals who engaged with the MORE program showed significantly higher abstinence rates than those who dropped out or accessed only a few modules.

With the Field Guide for Life app, users move through the stages of early recovery over the course of a year. The app provides daily meditations, video challenges that urge app users to tackle a sober challenge each week and tools for tracking their biggest obstacles and supports for recovery. The app also counts days of sobriety and helps users find a meeting and create a personalized relapse-prevention plan.

The app can be downloaded to the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android phones.

"Finding recovery support after treatment is essential to preventing relapse and maximizing a person's chance of sustaining long-term sobriety," said Nick Motu, Hazelden's publisher and Vice President of Marketing and Communications. "The Field Guide to Life combines Hazelden's expertise in addiction and recovery with mobile technology to offer those in recovery the guidance and support they need as they grow and evolve in their new lives."

Additional information and video demonstration of the Mobile MORE Field Guide to Life app are available on the Hazelden website.

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