Alcohol Rehab

Alcohol Addiction Treatment

When we face the negative effects of alcohol addiction, we discover what our otherwise legal habit has done to our bodies, mental health and relationships. Although it will be overwhelming, and the damage may seem too heavy, there are treatments and therapies which can help you and your family get back in control. Alcohol addiction is not a life sentence.

Those faced with recovering from alcoholism will need much love, care and understanding to beat it. That’s where we at United Recovery CA come in. In this article we discuss the effects of alcoholism, and how we can help treat it and get you back to a healthy life.

About our Alcohol Rehab Center

United Recovery California is a luxury rehabilitation center which provides a tranquil experience of recovery and healing from alcohol addiction. Our California-based rehabilitation center is a comfortable and welcoming space where those who are recovering from their alcohol addiction are made to feel at home. Here, your loved ones can safely focus on their rehabilitation treatment and therapy as they work towards a new starting point towards long-lasting recovery. We have carefully designed bedrooms available within 24 hours of successfully realising the initial assessment and agreeing upon a program. Our center also offers outside facilities for therapy which are unique to the area. Our nutritionist specialists meals to fit every patient’s dietary necessities and needs.

At United Recovery CA, recovering persons can find the peace of mind they need to focus on their problems, acquire new skills, and heal from their alcohol addiction.

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Getting Help for Alcohol Addiction

Problems related to alcohol abuse include domestic violence, criminal activities (such as driving under the influence risking the lives of others and yourself while on the road), and homelessness. These problems occur more often when an addicted person over consumes alcohol too fast or exhibits an inability to control their drinking habit.

To date, alcoholism is one of the most worrying public health issues across United States.

Some statistics have even indicated that as many as fourteen million adults of various ages are struggling with an addiction to alcohol in the US. If you suspect that you or someone you know has an addiction to alcohol, consider the following:

  • Have you observed an ongoing need to have a drink?
  • Are there any problems that surface because of drinking?
  • Are there constant warnings given about how much alcohol is being consumed?

If you have answered yes to any or all of these questions then help may be required.

How We Treat Alcohol Addiction & Abuse

Recovering from an addiction to alcohol, has proven to be a frightening endeavor for some. However, working towards a better future is the final scope. This addiction often hurdles our patients from going after their dreams, negatively impacting their health while sending them spiraling towards trouble.

Fortunately, as soon as you or your loved one decide to seek help through an addiction treatment program, you will be greeted with support which will continue during the entire treatment process.

The initial step of alcohol addiction treatment involves qualified counselors and therapists who work with you and your loved ones to carefully investigate the underlying issues and behaviors that may have led to any harmful habits regarding alcohol consumption.

After being assessed, the clients in our facility will start with an alcohol detoxification which may be medically assisted, depending on the length of the addiction, any ongoing co-occurring illnesses and prescriptions. As soon as a person with an addiction to alcohol abruptly stops drinking, normally within 6 to 24 hours after their last drink, they might develop withdrawal symptoms. Our detox program assists in helping the body rid itself of alcohol as well as providing the addicted person with support when withdrawal symptoms manifest.

After this process of detoxification, a personalized treatment program is designed by using a variety of therapeutic treatments such as group therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and others.

The treatment does not end when a recovering person has successfully completed our program and leaves our facilities. United Recovery CA provides aftercare services such as group counseling and an option to join our alumni network to maintain sobriety after rehabilitation.

Types of Therapies for Alcoholism

Group Sessions

Group therapies help find your voice within a safe community with like-minded individuals. Sharing to a group of people and working together with them helps us build relationships, find our place in a team, and rediscover our position in any situation, regardless of topic and location. A guided group session will be included in the weekly therapy schedule as part of the treatment program. The schedule will be set during the assessment process at entry to our rehab. Changes to the schedule, including to group sessions, can be implemented to better-suit each client’s needs.

Individual Sessions

Our individual therapy program makes provision for private sessions with a trained professional, to acquire self-knowledge, insight and a stronger sense of understanding the addiction to alcohol. Individual therapy allows a person who is recovering from an addiction to alcohol to express themselves regarding uncomfortable emotions, thoughts or behaviors. Our therapists are dutifully bound not to disclose any information about a client or details of what is shared with them in therapy.

Medication During Rehabilitation

During detox, you may need medication to help ease the process and the cleansing of your body from the harmful substances, alcohol and/or additional drugs which you may have abused.

Additionally, medication may be needed to help with trauma, co-occurring mental physical and mental health conditions.

Why Choose Us?

While providing clients with a beautiful, engaging and safe environment, we work with guests to appropriately adjust their addiction treatment plant. To meet their recovery goals, we offer a wide range of addiction therapy programs including finding the right treatment, residential treatment, outpatient treatment, encouraging sobriety, aftercare when treatment has been successfully completed.

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How Long Does Alcohol Rehab Last?

It is very important to understand that every recovering person is different and has different recovering needs. There is no one-size-fits-all recovery method associated with alcohol addiction. It is for this reason that alcohol rehabilitation can last for different lengths of time.

This also depends on the sort of program and a recovering person’s individual requirements. In general, alcohol rehab programs may last between 30 to 90 days. These timeframes are susceptible to change as sometimes co-occurring disorders may appear or re-appear during treatment, mental health and trauma may affect the speed of recovery. If a patient decides to leave treatment without professional approval and then returns, their program will have to start again from the assessment process.
In many instances, people will opt for extended programs including: residential treatment, outpatient treatment and aftercare programs such as moving into a sober living environment. This helps in maintaining sobriety while having prolonged access to help whenever triggers appear or if a patient is involved in a more stressful environment at home.

We would rather encourage focusing on what is most important – getting the rehabilitation needed to overcome an alcohol addiction problem.

Alcohol Rehab Programs

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Do You Need Help?

We offer initial assessment and advice via phone or contact form.

Long-term Recovery from Alcohol Addiction

To further emphasize on the benefits of seeking treatment for alcohol addiction, a study published in The Scientific American noted that seeking help from organizations (such as Alcoholics Anonymous) is better than seeking no help at all.

According to their findings, psychologist Rudolf H. Moos of the Department of Veterans Affairs and Stanford University and Bernice S. Moos published results from a 16-year-long study that observed problem drinkers who attempted to quit on their own and those who had sought help from AA or private therapists.

The study found that, among those who attended at least 27 weeks of intervention gatherings (in the course of the first year), 67 percent remained abstinent at the 16-year follow-up. In comparison, 34 percent out of those who had not participated in these initiatives managed to stay sober without relapsing.

As many as 56% of subjects who received treatment during the same time period remained abstinent; however, they may also be included in the first statistics because many choose to attend meetings on top of their aftercare. 39% of those who had not seen a therapist were not able to beat the habit at all.

The publisher disclaims, however, that abstinence rates reported may be applicable to those suffering from less severe alcohol-related problems as the severity of the addiction was not included in the original data.

This and many other studies have found that a combination of professional treatment and fellowship group meetings, chapter meetings and support group attendance shows better results.

Hence, long-term rehab and recovery are highly dependent on how active we remain, and how involved, in our recovery. Our rehab team will continue to support you and your family on the path to continuous recovery and sobriety, but constant vigilance will still be needed on your end. For this, we also offer aftercare sessions where you can discuss triggers and stressful events with a dedicated therapist and/or counselor.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Does my insurance cover alcohol treatment centers?

Heath insurance coverage differ according to policy. Therefore, outpatient and inpatient rehab coverage differs from individual health plan and treatment facilitators. As a whole, alcoholism treatment coverage includes medically crucial therapies, medications, and services. For specific policy information, please reach out to our team via phone or contact form.

How to find the best inpatient alcohol rehab center near me?

There are multiple rehab centers all over the United States. If you are in California and are looking for multi-purpose addiction treatment with a combination of traditional and innovative therapies, then United Recovery California’s luxury environment for inpatient and outpatient treatment is the best option for you.

How long does alcohol rehabilitation take?

Treatment for alcohol addiction usually lasts between 30 to 90 days. Options to have extended treatment are available if required or requested.

What is an alcohol rehab center?

The role of an alcohol rehab center is to assist a person battling with an addiction to alcohol. This takes place at the center through various treatment methods. Treatment centres such as our California-based facility offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment options.

Do rehabs offer dual diganosis treatment?

Yes. If a person is diagnosed with both a substance addiction (such as alcoholism) as well as a mental health disorder (such as depression), we can help you maintain both your physical and mental health while working towards long-term recovery.

Do You Need Help?

We offer initial assessment and advice via phone or contact form.