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1215 South Walnut Ave.
Demopolis, AL 36732
334.289.2410 
334.289.2416 (fax)


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Coronavirus Office Schedule

Due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic, West Alabama Mental Health Center is taking everyprecaution to protect consumers, staff, and our communities. For this reason, our offices will only be open for physician/injection clinics. All other scheduled appointments will be conducted via telephone. Please make sure to contact our main number, 334-289-2410 or your local outpaitent office to update your phone number in order for your therapist to contact you for your session. We will evaluate accessibility to services and update weekly. Should you have a crisis, please contact our crisis line 1-800-239-2901.

Thank you for your patience during this critical time.

 

 

 
 
 
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