Cullman Regional’s Social Services team is available to help families find the necessary resources to improve the life and living conditions for our patients. Our staff members are licensed social workers with more than 15 years of experience in the field.
We help current Cullman Regional patients and their families with the following:
- Resource Information and appropriate referrals
- Discharge Planning
- Crisis Intervention
- Abuse/Neglect assessment and reporting
- Psychiatric referrals
- Substance abuse referrals
- Transportation/Housing issues
- Advance Directives
- Emotional Support
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I arrange transportation to/from my doctor’s appointments?
Cullman Area Rural Transportation Services (CARTS) can provide transportation to local physician appointments for a nominal fee. For more information or to schedule a pick-up, call (256) 734-1246.
How do I make my wishes known about what medical treatment I do or do not want?
You should complete an Advance Directive for Health Care (Living Will & Health Care Proxy). Click here for more information on setting up your Advanced Directive.
How do I probate a mentally ill family member who is a danger to self and/or others?
The first step is to file a Report of Concern with Mental Healthcare of Cullman. Contact them at (256) 734-4688.
How can I seek follow-up medical care when I have no insurance?
Good Samaritan Health Clinic serves the uninsured adult residents of Cullman County, Alabama by providing access to primary healthcare. Contact the Good Samaritan Clinic at (256) 775-1389 or goodsamaritancullman.com for more information. Good Samaritan Health Clinic is located at:
401 Arnold Street, NE
Cullman, AL 35055