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Alcohol Addiction Rehab Services
Only 20% of individuals with an alcohol problem ever seek help.
Alcohol addiction and abuse are widespread problems in the United States.
Alcohol abuse is related to more than 88,000 deaths in the U.S. every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Part of the reason that many people continue to abuse alcohol is that a certain amount of drinking is considered socially acceptable. It can be difficult to determine where social drinking ends and alcohol abuse begins. If you are drinking enough that it interferes with your daily life, harms your relationships, or makes you unable to function at work, it may be time to seek help.
What Is Alcohol Rehab?
Alcohol rehab is available at Live Free Recovery for individuals who wish to get help with alcohol abuse or addiction, ranging from PHP to outpatient treatment programs to long-term care.
With any drug or alcohol rehab program, you can expect to go through four key stages of treatment.
In the assessment period, you will work with counselors and medical professionals who will evaluate the severity of your alcohol problem and develop a treatment plan to meet your individual needs. Depending on the type, duration, and severity of your problem, your treatment team may recommend inpatient rehab, partial hospitalization, or outpatient care. Learn more about these different levels of care below.
Drug and Alcohol Detox Referrals
During the detox period, we provide you with a referral to a medical team that will help you withdraw from drugs and alcohol safely and overcome your body’s dependence on these substances. This stage may include medications to help minimize the symptoms of withdrawal.
Therapy and Treatment
Your circumstances will help determine the exact parameters of your therapy program. Alcohol rehab programs typically include individual therapy to help you identify the underlying causes of addiction and equip you with alternative tools and techniques to use in challenging situations.
Some programs may also include group therapy, family therapy, recreational therapy, nutrition counseling, career counseling, and other forms of therapy to help you transition to a healthy lifestyle without drugs and alcohol.
Following the completion of a structured inpatient or outpatient alcohol rehab program, your treatment team will recommend continued care to help provide you with ongoing support and prevent relapses. Aftercare programs may be in the form of group therapy and well as continued individual therapy.
Types of Rehab Programs
Everyone’s treatment needs are unique. Following your initial assessment, your treatment team will recommend a level of substance abuse care based on your circumstances.
Inpatient Residential Care
Inpatient programs allow you to live at a treatment facility for the duration of your program so that you can have 24-hour access to medical care and support. Inpatient programs provide a structured living environment that can be especially helpful to those who are struggling with long-term physical dependence and psychological addiction.
Partial hospitalization, which is sometimes referred to as day treatment, is a step down from inpatient care. While partial hospitalization programs allow you to continue living at home, these programs still provide very structured treatment that is more intensive than a typical outpatient program. Partial hospitalization may involve treatment for several hours per day, five days a week, to provide a variety of therapeutic services in a highly structured environment.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Intensive outpatient treatment programs are designed to accommodate busy lifestyles while still providing a high level of care. Some patients may transition from an inpatient rehab program to an intensive outpatient program, which typically involves meeting for a few hours, three days a week. This time may be spent in individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, or educational sessions.
Outpatient programs represent the lowest level of care and allow patients to receive treatment while maintaining their normal work or school schedules. Outpatient programs are often recommended for people with strong support systems.