Recover From Alcohol Addiction Today
Affecting nearly 18 million Americans, alcoholism is a growing disease that deeply affects those afflicted as well as their loved ones. We know the debilitating effects of alcoholism and we know what it takes to treat the problem. The signs of alcohol abuse and the realization that it must stop are not always obvious but we are here to help every step of the way. The first step is recognizing your own risk by identifying important signals like:
Increasing levels of drinking causing repeated problems
Negative influence on relationships with family and friends
Decline in health, both mentally and physically
Sense of guild and depression
Each client is different when it comes to alcohol abuse. Drinking affects each mind and each body differently. Addiction Recovery Centers is here to help you overcome this disease through a unique understanding of alcoholism and why individuals turn to drinking. Here are some common hurdles we have helped our clients over.
Been through recovery once before but the program “didn’t work” or “wasn’t for you”
Can’t imagine life without your “drinking buddies”
Can’t imagine sober life as being happy or fun without a drink
Dependent on “liquid courage” to deal with stress or social settings
Worry about what happens when you don’t have access to alcohol
Don’t want to be identified as a “recovering alcoholic”
The good news is that no matter how severe the problem may seem, most people with an alcohol use disorder can benefit from some form of treatment. The question is:
Are you ready to start fresh and live alcohol free?
Addiction Recovery Centers offers programs tailored to each individual’s needs and are based on a two pronged approach which includes medication and counseling. The use of medication is found to catapult one in their recovery as without the nagging and persistent cravings, one is able to focus and be present and participate in their counseling sessions. Our programs range from 6-12 months and are focused on sobriety for the long term. Our goal is to prevent relapse.
Outpatient Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Options for Alcohol Addiction and Dependency:
Our Opioid Treatment Programs Include:
Outpatient Medical Support
Patient Advocacy/Relapse Prevention
Out-of- Town Concierge Arrangements Available!
For more information about our Opioid Treatment Programs, contact us and speak to one of our recovery support specialists today. Our staff is available to answer any questions you or your loved one may have about our programs and addiction recovery.