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  • Alcoholism is the inability to control drinking due to both a physical and emotional dependence on alcohol.
  • Symptoms include repeated alcohol consumption despite related legal and health issues.
  • Those with alcoholism may begin each day with a drink, feel guilty about their drinking, and have the desire to cut down on the amount of drinking.

What Is Alcohol Treatment and Rehab?

  • Inpatient treatment involves counseling by a healthcare professional. A detoxification program in a hospital or medical facility is an option for those who need additional assistance. Medications may be available that reduce the desire to drink.
  • Alcohol rehab is the process that occurs when a person who has used alcohol excessively or abused alcohol discontinues their use with the goal of remaining permanently abstinent.
  • The treatment process includes detoxification, rehab, and maintenance of sobriety.

Alcohol Rehab Goals

  1. End alcohol abuse
  2. Improve overall health
  3. Treat underlying mental health issues
  4. Integrate into society to live a productive life

We offer a holistic approach to Addiction Treatment, Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health.

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Treatment Program Features

Group Counseling &
Peer Support.

Daily Interactions with

Individualized Relapse Prevention
(for those with dual diagnosis)

Nutrition Education

Individualized Counseling

Friendly, Experienced caretakers

Fun, Educational Recreation Therapy


  • The staff are amazing, I was sad to leave, but so grateful for the time I was there.

    Take my will and my life
    Guide me in my recovery
    Show me how to live

    Sami P


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Depending upon the nature and severity of an individual’s addiction, therapies completed during drug rehab may include counseling, psychotherapy, group therapy, support groups and family therapy.

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