Deciding what treatment option is right for you can be difficult. There are many different kinds and many different situations. Below is a list of the most common and helpful options for alcohol addiction treatment.

 

Inpatient

During inpatient treatment, the addicted person lives at the inpatient facility to begin the treatment program. There is 24-hour service and support, creating a helpful environment for recovering addicts. Staying at an inpatient facility can be helpful because it removes you from negative environments and friends that may influence you to relapse. There are many helpful groups, like therapy and counseling. In general, there are 30, 60, and 90-day programs.

 

Outpatient

Outpatient facilities allow the addict to come and go whenever they need. The addicted person usually lives at their house, but goes in for group therapy, treatment, and classes. This option is often helpful for those who have other responsibilities as well as recovering from addiction (for example, school or work).

 

Luxury & Executive

This type of treatment facility is used when the addicted person has extensive funds, as it is much more expensive. However, it provides high customer service, amenities, and experienced employees. Luxury treatment is extremely helpful for those who normally couldn’t take the time off for treatment, as they often have meeting rooms and offices.

 

Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis facilities are helpful when the addicted person has other medical diseases as well as addiction. Because addiction and diseases like depression and anxiety often bring on each other, these facilities are extremely helpful. They have the ability to treat multiple illnesses, making recovery much easier for the addicted person.

 

12-Step

The 12-step program is quite popular. It consists of 12 steps.

  1. Admit you have a problem
  2. Higher power can restore you
  3. Turn yourself over to higher power
  4. Self-examination
  5. Admit past mistakes
  6. Be ready to improve
  7. Ask higher power to improve you
  8. Make a list of people you’ve harmed
  9. Make amends to those people
  10. Continue to self analyze and admit your mistakes

 

There are many treatment options for alcoholics. Treatment Now can help you decide what’s right for you. Call Treatment Now for helpful advice on where to go and what to do.

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