About Rapha Treatment Center

Rapha Treatment Center is a private, non-profit drug and alcohol treatment program certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health. Rapha was incorporated and began rehabilitation services in August 1997 as a 30-bed facility. Today, Rapha Treatment Center is one of the largest substance abuse treatment programs in the state of Alabama, including high-intensity residential treatment, low-intensity residential treatment, and access to sober living environments on one campus. For those who desire a faith-based recovery, we provide the support for individuals to grow in the knowledge of “the God of our understanding”. A phased approach allows continuity of care for up to one year of continuous residential recovery and facilitates a Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC).

Our Mission

The mission of Rapha Treatment Center is to provide a safe, therapeutic environment to begin long term recovery.

Recovery Program Services

  • Psychoeducational and process groups and individual sessions to learn coping skills, with an emphasis on the client’s personal responsibility
  • Anger Management classes
  • Financial Management classes
  • Twelve-Step recovery groups on campus
  • HIV/AIDS education and testing referrals
  • Employment assistance and vocational rehabilitation
  • Access to GED classes
  • Relapse prevention classes

Our Facility

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Meet Our Staff

Rapha Treatment Center employs a full-time staff that oversees the facility and clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The staff provides substance abuse counseling services using Evidenced Based Practices and is professionally trained in the supervision of client’s health and welfare; e.g. First Aid, CPR, and Crisis Intervention.

Gene Clecker, LCSW
Executive Director
Sheree Logan Towne, MSW, CAC
Clinical Director
Jim Money, BA, CAC
Facility Director
Filishia Thrower, MSW
Residential Counselor
Micah Moore, CRSS
Admissions Coordinator
Jonathan Gregg
Substance Abuse Counselor