Alcohol Addiction Treatment & Therapy Options

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Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Partial Hospital Programs

Partial hospitalization programs are a form of intensive addiction treatment. They help patients struggling with an alcohol use disorder (AUD), mental health disorder, or a dual diagnosis overcome their addiction.

Residential Treatment

Residential treatment centers are inpatient facilities that offer 30-day, 60-day, or 90-day addiction treatment programs.

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Inpatient rehab is an effective treatment method for alcohol use disorder (AUD). Inpatient treatment takes place at a licensed residential treatment center. These centers offer 24-hour comprehensive and structured care.

Outpatient Rehabilitation

Outpatient treatment helps people with mild to moderate alcohol use disorders (AUD). Unlike inpatient treatment, outpatient rehab works around a person's schedule, and they do not stay overnight.

Inpatient vs Outpatient Care

The difference between inpatient and outpatient care is the amount of time a patient spends under medical supervision or in a rehabilitation facility. People in inpatient care are hospitalized overnight, while those in outpatient care return home and do not stay overnight.

Rehab Costs

The cost of rehab varies a great deal based on the specific program in question. Inpatient treatment programs provide round-the-clock care for people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Medication-assisted treatment involves a patient taking medication to reduce withdrawal symptoms and/or alleviate cravings. Outpatient programs tend to be less expensive, but can still be a significant cost because patients work with multiple care providers.

Alcohol Rehab Insurance

The cost of rehab varies depending on where you live and the program you choose. Health insurance plans cover alcohol rehabilitation expenses, at least in part, for most people. The Affordable Care Act ensures that all Americans with insurance coverage have access to rehab.

Find Help For Your Addiction

You don’t have to overcome your addiction alone. Professional guidance and support is available. Begin a life of recovery by reaching out to a specialist today.

Therapies and Information

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) incorporates the use of medications to help someone overcome alcoholism. MAT, combined with counseling and treatment programming, creates a “whole patient” approach to managing substance use disorders. For many patients, MAT helps sustain recovery.

Holistic Treatment

Holistic addiction treatment incorporates unique therapies to help an individual overcome their addiction. These therapies include, but are not limited to:

  • Art therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Massage therapy
  • Animal therapy
  • Experiential therapy
  • Exercise and nutrition
  • Yoga and meditation

Multisystemic Therapy (MST)

Multisystemic Therapy (MST) for Youth Alcohol Recovery uses intense involvement and contact with the adolescent's family. This practice helps to uncover and analyze the functional roots of adolescent's behavioral problems. MST treatment programs' target population are youths between the ages of 12 and 17 who show severe problems and serious antisocial behavior.

Hypnosis to Stop Drinking

Hypnosis is a method to put someone in a relaxed state. It can help improve your focus and turn your attention internally. Hypnotherapist uses hypnosis to achieve a medical benefit for the patient. Hypnosis has been proven effective in smoking cessation. Patients who wish to address their alcohol consumption through hypnosis should speak with an addiction specialist.

Ways to Stop Drinking

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) occurs when you cannot control how much you drink. The length of time it takes to quit drinking varies from person to person. For some, controlling their alcohol consumption is an important factor in avoiding AUD. Here are nine ways to reduce alcohol use.

Groups and Other Resources

Support Groups & Aftercare

Alcoholic addiction, also called alcohol use disorder (AUD) or alcoholism, is a complex disorder that affects brain circuitry. The condition can alter a person's thoughts, emotions, impulse control, and memory formation. There are various ways to treat alcohol addiction, including support groups. Alcohol addiction support groups are usually free to join and membership is anonymous.

Sober Living

Sober living homes help those suffering from addiction and the behavioral health problems that often come with it as there is no temptation for substance abuse. Patients learn important life skills and the focus is on reaching long-term recovery and achieving personal goals.

Alcohol, illegal drugs, and prescription and over-the-counter medicines are banned from the premises. Sober Living Homes are not just a place to live, but somewhere patients engage in therapy, regular exercise, and 12-step meetings.

COVID-19 Doesn’t Have to Stop You From Getting Help

Rehab facilities are open and accepting new patients

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