Alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction are serious problems that are often influenced by genetics, social environment, and even the way you were raised.
The difference between the two is that in general, people suffering from alcohol abuse can set limits on their drinking. Signs may include neglecting your responsibilities, getting into legal trouble because of alcohol, and continuing drinking despite having problems in your relationships.
"Inpatient Rehab Placement" has been helping people recover from alcohol abuse and dependence since its establishment.
Our Medical staff includes our Medical Director and two Psychiatrists as well as our full time on site Registered Nurse. Each client is give a full blood work up and the results are reviewed by our medical staff and interpreted to the client.
Signs and Symptoms of Addiction:
Loss of control
We know the barriers to successful drug and alcohol treatment that a person’s environment of people, places and things cause and provide a safe a supportive living environment.
Addictions deplete critical neural transmitters and we have developed a proprietary formula of vitamins, minerals and amino acids that are tailored to the individual based on their hair analysis and their substances of abuse.
Ours is a holistic approach to treatment that begins with a comprehensive assessment, which includes an evaluation and a proper diagnosis. With that critical information about the patient's physical and mental health, we develop an individualized treatment strategy.
Addiction treatment and recovery is an ongoing process, beginning with diagnosis and treatment and continuing with effective maintenance and prevention strategies. We offer the following services to help our patients achieve sustained recovery.
Individual and Family Intervention
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
In all of our services and programs, our strengths based approach to treatment helps patients build habits that focus on their strengths -- healthy pursuits that bring joy and a sense of purpose.
Alcohol abuse issues can be addressed clinically in a variety of ways. Medical intervention, education, individual/group therapy, and social support are factors shown to be most effective in addressing alcohol issues.