Alcohol Abuse Treatment
Alcohol is America’s most commonly-abused substance, making up nearly 75% of all reported addictions.
Alcohol abuse treatment at Phoenix Rehab Campuses helps addicted individuals towards a life of sobriety and growth with individualized treatment programs combining patient needs with clinician expertise for practical approaches to underlying causes of addiction.
The type of alcohol abuse treatment needed is based on criteria unique to each new guest, so a better understanding helps you make the right decision when requesting treatment for yourself or a loved one.
Effective Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs
Treating alcoholism comes with additional risks and considerations as public acceptance and availability of alcohol create easy access. Physical dependencies are another concern during alcohol abuse treatment, as withdrawal symptoms can be painful and even life-threatening if left unattended. The best way to start a successful alcohol abuse treatment program is with a proper detox.
FDA-Approved Medical Detox
Medically-assisted treatment, or MAT, is a method that uses FDA-approved medication to substitute drugs or alcohol as they leave the body. Applying this to detox reduces the severity of withdrawal symptoms for a safe and comfortable start down your road to recovery. Every medical detox at Phoenix Rehab Campuses is done under 24/7 supervision from a team of trained clinicians and recovery support staff so you can rest easy knowing you’re taken care of.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Outpatient treatment allows guests to continue working, going to school, or caring for their families during treatment. However, an IOP requires several appointments each week. The schedule is based on your responsibilities and works best when a robust support system is waiting for you at home.
Inpatient Residential Rehab
Inpatient treatment is a form of residential rehab where guests stay at Phoenix Rehab Campuses until treatment is completed, with daily meals and activities available between treatment sessions. You can expect activities such as group therapy, meditation, AA meetings, or skill-building workshops. Inpatient residential rehab gives guests the chance to develop the abilities to find gainful employment and success after treatment.
Partial Hospitalization Program
A partial hospitalization program, PHP, is the middle ground between inpatient and outpatient treatment. Guests can live at home during the program, but the appointments are longer and more frequent than in outpatient programs. Known also as day treatment, a PHP consists of daily meetings during the work week. Each session lasts for up to six hours.
Finding the Ideal Alcohol Abuse Treatment
There are endless ways a treatment plan can be personalized to your needs. First, talk to your doctor or psychologist about the impact alcohol abuse has on your mental and physical health. They will then suggest a path forward. Knowing what you’re up against gives you a better foundation to start from in your search for treatment. Specific treatment services such as medical detox, residential rehab, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and family therapy should be part of the discussion.