Aletheia House

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Aletheia House
Aletheia House is listed in the Drug Abuse & Addiction Information & Treatment category in Birmingham, Alabama. Displayed below is the only current social network for Aletheia House which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Aletheia House on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 77.

Contact information for Aletheia House is:
201 Finley Ave W
Birmingham, AL 35204
(205) 324-6502

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Aletheia House has an overall ZapScore of 77. This means that Aletheia House has a higher ZapScore than 77% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Birmingham, Alabama is 37 and in the Drug Abuse & Addiction Information & Treatment category is 28. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Gloria Howard, COO of Aletheia House, and Natasha Marvin, Women and Children Coordinator for the Alabama Department of Mental Health recently presented at the Administrative Office of Courts, Statewide Provider Meeting. The session was on Selecting Evidence-Based Interventions for Women and Children!

Aletheia House is proud to serve pregnant women and new mothers! "Our job is to make sure these women get the help they need." - Executive Director Chris Retan http://m.wbrc.com/myfoxal/db_368997/contentdetail.htm?full=true&contentguid=HyuGv5qI&pn=&ps=#display

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Leslie McCleney sat on the floor of her room and watched her baby, Layla, nibble on a plastic teething toy while standing in a walker. The peaceful scene of mother and child


Aletheia House salutes former Kids Who Care camper and new executive director of The Alabama Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs, Derrick Richardson !! "[Derrick Richardson] also found help through programs conducted by Aletheia House which had a partnership with the Birmingham Housing Authority. Through those summer programs, Richardson knew he could get more out of his life. One of his counselors, Wayne Hollins was the first to speak to him about going to college." Aletheia House now conducts the Kids Who Care program in 15 Alabama counties. The program is designed to help children and adolescents develop positive decision making and other skills needed to prevent alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. We are proud that we played a small part in Mr. Richardson’s academic and professional success. Congratulations, Mr. Richardson, a Kids Who Care Hero!! https://www.birminghamtimes.com/2017/07/from-parker-high-school-to-congressional-staffer-derrick-richardson-now-overseeing-birmingham-nonprofit/
By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times

Aletheia House added 2 new photos.
The last day of Clay County Camp. Kids Who Care Campers and volunteers made a thank you card for church staff!!