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An Alcohol Rehab that Works

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, and you are certainly not alone. According to data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, more than a quarter of people surveyed in 2014 reported that they had engaged in heavy or binge drinking within the past month.

While a single party night doesn't mean you're chronically engaging in alcohol abuse or need to seek alcohol treatment, if you're binging on a regular basis, it's time to take a moment to consider your situation. Can you stop drinking? What happens to your body if you don't drink for a day or more? Are you using alcohol to deal with other issues in your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be hooked on alcohol.Alcohol's Health Effects

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. Our detox rehab 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. Every call is free and completely confidential. Learn more about our admission process. You don't have to worry about judgement – our counselors are ready to listen and provide actionable advice about how you can take the next step to sobriety.

Who We Are

The Treatment Center is a nationally recognized drug and alcohol rehab 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

We understand that it can be difficult to decide which alcohol rehab facility to go to. To help you, we have listed some of the reasons why other individuals have chosen our treatment center:

Medically Supervised Detox- The first step 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 drug and alcohol 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 - We offer 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 or anxiety, along with your 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

TTC Alcohol Mortalities

Are you still wondering if alcohol treatment is right for you? Take a moment to answer the following questions to help you decide:

  • Does it feel like your life is out of control because of your drinking?
  • Have your loved ones and friends told you to consider drinking less or quitting altogether?
  • Have you ever had a legal consequence because of your drinking?
  • Have you ever missed work or school because of your drinking?
  • Do you get drunk by yourself?
  • Do you feel withdrawal symptoms (e.g. nervousness, muscle cramps and shaking) when you take a break from drinking?
  • Do you spend a significant amount of time planning your day around your drinking?
  • Do you drink more than everyone around you and still feel the need to drink more?

Other symptoms of alcoholism might include:

  • The need to drink increasing amounts to get a buzz or get drunk.
  • Drinking in the morning on a regular basis.
  • Switching between the type of drink to either manage your buzz so you can drink more and prolong the sensation or ensure you get drunk faster.
  • Feeling guilty after drinking, even if you don't get drunk.
  • Severe changes in mood.
  • Depression.
  • Feeling more tired on a regular basis than normal.

If you answered yes to any of these questions or recognize any of these signs of an alcoholic in yourself, 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. Financial considerations are often a reason people don't reach out for help, but most programs offer numerous payment options for any portion of treatment that isn't covered by insurance.

If you're still not sure whether or not you need alcohol addiction treatment or if you have any other questions, 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. Learn more about the admission process. 

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:

  • Cancer
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Memory loss
  • Hypertension
  • Pancreatitis
  • Cancer
  • Dementia
  • Cirrhosis of the liver
  • Alcoholic hepatitis

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol has a serious impact on your entire body, including the brain. Slurring your words and trouble concentrating as you drink are only some of the signs that alcohol is affecting your brain and cognitive function. While a little tingling in your fingers and a more relaxed outlook on life might seem like a good benefit, overdoing it can lead to life-threatening issues. Your brain regulates all the functions in your body, and the more alcohol you drink, the harder it becomes for your brain to handle seemingly simple tasks such as regulating breathing.

Regular use of enough alcohol to achieve a buzz or get drunk can also have serious health consequences. People most commonly think about liver damage, but excessive drinking can also lead to problems with other organs and even chronic conditions.

If alcohol is already causing you problems, why wait for things to get worse? It's never too late – or too early – to seek help for alcohol addiction. Our alcohol treatment center helps you take the first solid steps to sobriety. Contact us today at (877) 392-3342 so you can put an end to the harm alcohol is causing to your body.

Find Relief From Alcoholism Today

Alcohol Withdrawal SymptomsDon't spend another day in misery, trying to plan your life around your drinking habits. Instead, contact us at our alcohol detox rehab center today.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse notes that addiction is not typically something that can be cured in the way the flu or strep throat can be cured. Instead, addiction is similar to a chronic illness such as diabetes. Someone with diabetes can live a long, healthy and productive life if they manage their disease process well through diet, exercise, medication and routine treatment from a healthcare professional. Managing an addiction is very similar to this: you must be willing to work with professionals to learn new coping skills, get educated on triggers for alcohol use and integrate habits into your life that support your sobriety.

Seeking inpatient or outpatient treatment at an alcohol treatment center lays a foundation for creating those new habits. Even after treatment, aftercare is important. During treatment, you will work with your counselors and other providers to develop a strong plan for ongoing sobriety. That might include learning about new diets, taking up new hobbies, working with an individual or family counselor or attending group therapy or AA meetings.

Before you can get to the steps of aftercare, you must build a foundation. We are here to help you build that foundation. Call us at (877) 392-3342 or chat with us online at any time. Our admissions counselors will be happy to help you and answer your questions. Learn more about our simple admission process. If you're uncertain whether you're addicted to alcohol or not, call us today to speak with a knowledgeable, caring representative who can help you understand the best next steps for your situation.

The Treatment Center has been awarded
the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval.