We offer effective alcoholism treatment. You can get sober at our leading alcohol rehab facility.
Alcohol Abuse and Addiction
Do you or a loved one drink too much? Is it affecting your life? Do you need help? We can help you to stop drinking and stay sober. Our team is here to assist you.
If you feel you need to help someone you care about get sober give us a call and we will talk you through the options open to you.
Call us anytime on our main admissions number 866-239-1700. All call are confidential. We are located at 8125 N. 86th Place Scottsdale, AZ 85258.
Some people who abuse alcohol or who are addicted to alcohol manage to stop drinking on their own for a time. The problem is that they often relapse and return to drinking. A relapse is when someone who uses drugs or alcohol stops for a time and then goes back to it again. This can even happen after attending an alcohol rehab facility.
Our therapists give our clients support and help build them back up so that they achieve long-term sobriety.
What is Alcohol abuse?
Alcohol abuse is a pattern of drinking alcohol in an amount – and at a rate – that is harmful to the drinker. It is also bad or harmful to the people around the drinker.
Alcohol addiction is a brain disease that causes a person to seek out alcohol with no control over the need for it. They have to drink. There is no choice anymore. This means that no matter what happens, a person drinks and keeps drinking. Alcohol addiction is something that gets worse over time. It does not get better. Even if a person tries to get sober, they will feel like they have to drink and will usually seek it out and start again. This can happen even after being admitted to an alcohol rehab center. Ongoing care may be needed. Support and help get a person through alcohol addiction, not just trying to stop on your own.
How Does Sol Recovery Provide Effective Alcoholism Treatment?
We believe that there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to rehab. Something that works for one person may not work for every person. No two people are exactly the same. Everyone is different and each one needs a custom alcoholism treatment plan.
Alcoholism treatment that works is not just about a person’s alcohol use; a client’s many other needs must also be considered.
Giving us a call at 866-239-1700 for a confidential assessment is a start, but this is only the beginning of the journey. There are many steps on a road to recovering from alcohol addiction. A person has to want to stop drinking, then actually stop. They have to avoid relapse and then work to live a healthy lifestyle and be sober long term. It is not an easy thing to do but we can help you get there.
Anyone who wants long-term sobriety should think about a mix of different therapies. We have individual counseling, group counseling and family therapy. Aftercare should be given if needed. Being there for the whole course of treatment is very important to long-term success.
Withdrawal Symptoms During Alcoholism Treatment
Stopping alcohol use can be not only hard to do, but can be deadly. A person may need help with the withdrawal symptoms that come with quitting alcohol. This is called alcohol “detoxification.” Learn more about detox here.
During and after alcohol rehab, many patients find community support by attending one of the self-help type groups modeled around the 12-step program first developed by Alcoholics Anonymous®. You can find out more here.
The team of therapists at our alcohol rehab facility focus on how to get sober, how to prevent relapse, and how to cope with relapse if it should happen.
The alcoholism treatment program team at our alcohol rehab center looks at many factors that may have an effect on your life including:
- Type of addiction
- Duration of addiction
- Physical health
- Family status
- Other mental illness
- Personal/professional commitments
These are just some of the things that must be considered. We will be planning the most effective alcohol rehab program for you.
Other Disorders Affecting Alcohol Rehab
Many people suffering from alcoholism also have other mental health issues. These issues can include:
- Bipolar disorder
- Generalized anxiety disorder
- Panic disorders
- Borderline personality disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
SOL Recovery coordinates with psychiatrists and psychologists to evaluate clients’ mental health issues. This allows us to make sure that client’s get the most complete rehabilitation process that gets results.
Medication can be an important part of rehabilitation. Many alcoholics also have other disorders that may need to be treated if they want to stay sober.
Rehabilitation is available to clients with even a slight interest in getting help. Long-term recovery success does not always start out with complete willingness.
After a client completes alcohol rehab at our Arizona treatment center, we carefully coordinate aftercare with our network of addiction specialists across the United States.
We help find the right aftercare programs in your area, including AA® meetings and sober living homes. We will work with you to figure out ways to prevent relapse.
What Can You Do?
If you or a loved one is suffering due to alcohol addiction call our center today at 866-239-1700 to find out what therapy programs may be available for you. We are here to help you get sober and start living.