Are you wondering if you need to go to alcohol rehab? If you frequently drink to the point of being drunk and experience issues in your life as a result, you may need treatment for alcoholism.
By the time you realize you are hooked, you might think it’s too late to recover, but we are determined to show you the opposite. The Treatment Center provides a safe, comfortable environment and a strong support network to help you quit drinking for good.
Contact us now for a confidential call or online chat. You can reach our helpful admissions counselors 24/7 at (877) 392-3342.
Who We Are
The Treatment Center is a nationally recognized drug and alcohol treatment center committed to providing compassionate care to every patient. The Joint Commission has awarded us the Gold Seal of Approval for our superior quality of care and compliance in the substance abuse treatment industry.
Why People Choose Our Alcohol Rehab Center
When deciding which facility to go to, we understand that it can be difficult. To help you, we have listed below some of the reasons why other individuals have chosen our facility:
Medically Supervised Detox - The first step you’ll take in our alcohol rehabilitation program will be a medically guided detox. This process ensures that you are safe and comfortable as alcohol leaves your body.
Individual and Group Therapy - During individual therapy, you will have the time and professional guidance needed to develop healthy coping mechanisms. Group counseling sessions will help you relate to others and build a support system.
12-Step and Faith-Based Programs - At our rehab center, you will have the option to incorporate the 12-steps of Alcoholics Anonymous into your treatment plan. If you prefer, you will also have faith-based options so that you can continue to worship as you heal.
Relapse Prevention - Our team of addiction specialists will teach you skills that can help you prevent future relapses.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment - Do you drink to avoid feeling nervous or sad? If so, you may benefit from our onsite treatment for co-occurring disorders. Having dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders simply means that you have a mental health disorder, such as depression, along with an addiction.
Holistic Pain Treatment - We can treat your chronic pain (if applicable) using holistic techniques, such as massage therapy, acupuncture and laser therapy.
Compliance with Court-Ordered Treatment - At The Treatment Center, we understand that your alcoholism may have caused you problems with the law. Luckily, our Court Liaison Program can help you keep up with court appearances, documentation and meetings with your legal representative while you receive treatment.
Sober Recreational Activities - Once you’ve been drinking for a while, it can be difficult to remember how to have fun without alcohol. That is why we set aside times for sober recreational activities, such as yoga, tai chi, volleyball, basketball and art/music therapy.
In addition to the services already listed, you can enjoy 24/7 medical care, family workshops and basic living skills improvement.
Signs You May Need Treatment for Alcoholism
Are you still wondering if alcohol treatment is right for you? Take a moment to answer the following questions to help you decide:
1. Does it feel like your life is out of control because of your drinking?
2. Have your loved ones and friends told you to consider drinking less or quitting altogether?
3. Have you ever had a legal consequence because of your drinking?
4. Have you ever missed work or school because of your drinking?
5. Do you get drunk by yourself?
6. Do you feel withdrawal symptoms (e.g. nervousness, muscle cramps and shaking) when you take a break from drinking?
7. Do you spend a significant amount of time planning your day around your drinking?
8. Do you drink more than everyone around you and still feel the need to drink more?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might need alcohol treatment. You should know that alcohol treatment is covered by most major insurance plans, and that your privacy is protected under federal law.
If you’re still not sure whether or not you need treatment for alcoholism, call us at (877) 392-3342. Our admissions counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you come up with a plan that works for you.
What Could Happen to My Health If I Don’t Quit?
Continuing to drink excessively puts you at risk for a number of serious health conditions, including:
• Heart disease
• Memory loss
• Cirrhosis of the liver
• Alcoholic hepatitis
If alcohol is already causing you problems, why wait for things to get worse? Contact us today so you can put an end to the harm alcohol is causing to your body.
Find Relief From Alcoholism Today
Don’t spend another day in misery, trying to plan your life around your drinking habits. Instead, contact us at The Treatment Center today.
We are here to provide you with the relief that only recovery from alcohol can bring. Call us at (877) 392-3342 or chat with us online anytime. Our admissions counselors are looking forward to hearing from you.