Alcoholism Treatment and Rehabilitation
If you are like most Americans plagued by the negative effects of alcoholism, you have probably been searching all over for help only to find yourself stuck on the same slippery slope. Perhaps you have contacted or even tried multiple alcohol treatment centers, but nothing has worked for you.
After experiencing the signs of alcohol dependence in you, or your loved one’s life, you may wonder how you are going to overcome this. Devotions, one of the leaders in treatment for alcoholism, has put together this resource for every question you might have about alcoholism right here. If you don’t find the information on our site, you can call in and speak to one of our counselors.
We have the answers to end alcoholism
We will end the frustration, and the search for the answers right here with our:
- Alcoholism Resources
- Psychiatrist Experienced with Alcoholism
- Committed Clinical Staff
- Highly Qualified Counselors and Techs
- Privacy and Safety
- Location and Environment
- Personal 1 on 1 Attention
Treatment for alcoholism
If you need inpatient or outpatient alcohol treatment right now, call us and we will share with you how our program will help you overcome all the factors that have brought you to this place in your addiction. You shouldn’t have to go through treatment for alcohol abuse over and over. The first time should be the last.
It doesn’t really matter what the causes of the alcoholism were, the effects are still the same:
- Liver Disease
- Social Problems
- Psychological Problems
- Heart Problems
- Long and Short Term
Dealing with denial
Whether its your own denial, or that of a loved one, it can be the hardest obstacle to overcome when it comes to alcohol abuse. Denial ignores the implications of the experiences of alcohol poisoning, the negative effects alcoholism brings, and even hearing the alcohol death statistics over and over.
Until you have gone through the process yourself, you never know what to really expect. You won’t know which alcohol addiction treatment center has what it takes to help either.
You need a fair chance for a new and inventive future. Our trained professionals, along with the support of counselors and other recovering addicts, will provide the hope you are looking for. It’s never too late to start treatment.
Your life is worth a lot to us, and we have the resources to start you on the road to recovery.
When you make the call to our treatment center, you will speak to a counselor and together you will set up an appointment to design a personalized treatment plan for your recovery. To sober up and recover safely from your addiction to alcohol, it is crucial that you connect with one of our professionals and create an individualized recovery program for your sobriety.
Many addicted individuals attempt to stop drinking by themselves and without the help of professionals. Sometimes they relapse, and other times they are able to kick the habit for good. However, without the help of an experienced and supportive rehabilitation clinic, they are not truly healing themselves from the pain that brought them to addiction in the first place. Recovering from addiction isn’t just about abstaining from alcohol; it’s also a total transformation of the mind and the body. We strive in helping you succeed in all the emotional, mental, and physical aspects of your being. If you’ve already taken the leap in calling one of our professionals to help you, you’re already on the path to sobriety. We completely understand that accepting a life without ever drinking again is hard to swallow. That’s why we provide you with vital beginning treatment phases to jumpstart your journey to recovery. To truly recover from your chemical dependency, you must feel a sense of self-worth and hope outside of addiction. Fortunately, our psychiatrists, therapists, counselors, and life coaches are here to help you achieve those characteristics.
Safe, Medically Supervised Detox drug
“Detox” is a word often associated with the pain and suffering of withdrawal symptoms. Many addicts give up their treatment plan before beginning detox because they fear going through withdrawal. If you have damaging or long-term effects of alcohol abuse, a medical detox is necessary to remove the harmful chemicals from your system. This is a safe and secure process in which we use non-addictive pain medication and nutritional supplements to compensate for the routine of alcohol abuse your body is so used to.
Our devoted medical professionals will be by your side for the entire process, providing you with the support and safety that you crucially need during this time. You don’t have to worry about being alone during your detoxification. Not only do we want to cleanse your body, but your mind and soul as well. Detox is the introduction into your recovery, which is why it’s imperative that you pursue it until the end. During your detox, you will begin to participate in our rehabilitation services, which include individual and group therapy, along with diagnosing and treating any co-existing medical conditions you may have. We understand that mental illness can often be a huge factor in why people turn to substance abuse. Our physicians and psychiatrists will diagnose you properly and work with you to come up with a treatment plan for both your addiction and your mental illness.
Customized Treatment Plans
We acknowledge that no addict is the same, and nobody recovers the same way. Everyone is different and in our eyes special. That’s why we start you off with an individualized treatment plan to suit your specific needs. These individualized treatment programs can range from dual diagnosis, to gender-specific programs, to family oriented programs. Our psychiatrists, medical doctors, nurses, therapists, and counselors will work with you one-on-one to discuss your continuing progress and what steps need to be taken in your treatment progress. We will do professional medical evaluations when necessary, as well as provide you with therapeutic help as part of your individualized treatment program.
After you have successfully and completely finished the detox process, it’s time to learn about your addiction to the core and reside in a comfortable, respectable, and structured atmosphere while you do so. You will be treated as an important, dignified individual and not some patient in a waiting room. Our professionals will give you the constant attention and support that you so desperately need during this critical time. Here you will face the events or trauma that caused you to turn to addiction in the first place, as well as be educated on the tools you need to rebuild your life of sobriety. We know that recovery isn’t over when you finish detox. That’s why our residential rehab facilities exist.
Your next step into a beautiful, alcohol-free life of cleanliness and sobriety is with our partial hospitalization. You and your professional team will discuss when you can return to independent living, while you receive treatment and the tools to move ahead with your recovery. In the daytime you will receieve therapy and attend our array of treatment activities while you are being medically treated by our compassionate, energetic physicians.
You will reside in our treatment facilities while slowly progressing into an independent lifestyle. At this point, you will be healthy enough to return to your job, your school, or church. With our 12-step methods, you will be able to make the healthy and supported transition into your old lifestyle without continuing to depend on alcohol. We offer therapy groups for men and women, along with tools to avoid temptation and relapse. We know that treatment isn’t over once you receive detox; you also need to heal yourself mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally. A full recovery from addiction requires you to have a sense of self worth and an importance in society.
We offer some lovely halfway houses that provide you with a supportive environment for your continued sobriety. You will be surrounded by encouraging professionals and empathetic recovering addicts. Residing in a halfway house after treatment can prevent you from going back to the unhealthy influences you were surrounded by during your alcohol dependency stage. Our halfway houses offer the sober living atmosphere that every recovering addict needs to maintain a life of sobriety.