Alliance Health Center DBA Alliance Health Center Inc Claimed

Alliance Health Center DBA Alliance Health Center Inc Meridian MS

5000 Highway 39 North
Meridian, MS 39301


Alliance Health Center offers a full range of treatment options for patients suffering from drug or alcohol use disorders.

Service Setting

  • Hospital Inpatient
  • Hospital Inpatient Detoxification


  • Cash or Self-pay
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • State Financed Health Insurance Other Than Medicaid
  • Private Health Insurance
  • Military Insurance
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Primary Focus

  • Addiction Recovery Treatment
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Services Provided

  • Medical Detoxification
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Partial Hospitalization
  • Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Adolescent Residential
  • Educational Services
  • Psychiatric Services
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Type of Care

  • Inpatient
  • Outpatient

About Alliance Health Center DBA Alliance Health Center Inc

Alliance Health Center first began in 1961 as St. Joseph’s Hospital.  Under the guidance of the Sisters of St. Joseph, the hospital provided inpatient hospitalization for surgeries and medical/physical illnesses.  In the early 1970s, the psychiatry department was opened.  Psychiatrists provided effective use of drugs and electro-convulsive therapy in the treatment of a wide range of psychiatric disorders.  In 1977, Hospital Corporation of America (HMA) leased St. Joseph Hosital and changed the name to Meridian Regional Hospital. The nuns soon returned to Ohio and Alliance Health Center became a free standing psychiatric and drug/alcohol facility in 1989.  For over 40 years, this hospital has provided psychiatric and drug/alcohol treatment to individuals across the state of Mississippi and Alabama.

Located in Meridian, Mississippi, Alliance Health Center is  a 154 bed acute care psychiatric and substance abuse treatment hospital.  The facility offers treatment for adolescents ages 12 through 17, adults with severe mental health disorders and a separate unit “Journeys” for depression, post traumatic stress and bi-polar.  A program specifically designed for the geriatric population is offered for those experiencing signs and symptoms of dementia and severe depression due to aging issues.

In addition to the inpatient programs the Alliance campus is home to The Crossings, a 60 bed residential treatment facility for adolescents with conduct and oppositional defiant disorders, depression, post traumatic stress (PTSD) and a program for male sexual offenders.

Alliance’s addiction services include medical detoxification, a dual diagnosis program treating the addiction and co-occurring mental health issues as well as New Leaf Recovery.  New Leaf Recovery provides a full continuum of care including partial hospitalization with lodging and intensive outpatient therapy day or evenings 3 days per week.


What NOT to Bring:

  • Weapons of any kind, such as guns, mace/pepper spray, knives.
  • Purses and wallets are not allowed on the unit and should be sent home. If they cannot be sent home, items will be secured in a safe.
  • Illicit drugs or alcohol.
  • Any sharp objects, such as needles/straight pins or safety pins, pens/pencils, scissors, spiral notebooks, staples in paper, razors, clothes hangers, nail files, nail clippers, Q-tips.
  • Toothpaste and toothbrush (these will be provided for you).
  • Powder, nail polish and mouth wash.
  • Items with strings or cords, irons, hair dryers, curling
  • Irons, clothes with draw strings, shoe laces or belts.
  • Electronic items with or without cords (unless required for medical equipment) such as MP3 players, video games, cell phones, cameras, clocks, electric toothbrushes and toys.
  • Clothing with drug or alcohol insignia, offensive language or insignia. No revealing clothing such as a low cut blouse or tight clothing. No shirts that expose the midriff.
  • Inappropriate reading material.
  • No glass bottle products containing alcohol, aerosol sprays (such as body spray, hair spray, spray deodorant), or mirrors
  • Jewelry except wedding bands and religious items.
  • No earrings or body piercing jewelry.
  • Cigarette lighters and matches.
  • Pillows, blankets or stuffed toys.
  • Picture frames with or without glass (you may keep the picture).
  • Food or beverages, no aluminum can drinks.

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