Do you have an alcohol addiction? You may be unsure how it happened, but you drink daily or think about doing so. If you’re ready to make the change to save your life and rebuild your future, reach out to Bayview Recovery. Our substance abuse treatment program for alcohol abuse can provide you with exceptional support as you overcome your addiction. To learn more, contact our team today at 855.478.3650.
Do You Need Alcohol Rehab?
Recognizing the signs of alcohol addiction is not always easy to do. If you are using alcohol regularly or binge drinking most weekends, it’s time to take a serious look at your addiction and what it means to your future. Our team at Bayview Recovery can help you to do this.
Ask yourself, honestly, if you have these common signs of alcohol addiction, such as:
- Using increasing amounts to get the same feeling
- Prioritizing alcohol over responsibilities at home or work
- Thinking about or drinking every day
- Using alcohol to manage depression, anxiety, or stress
- Hiding your drinking at home or work
- Feeling like you need a drink to feel normal or get through the day
If you’re struggling with alcohol addiction, realize there is help available. Even if you think you are managing your condition well and still managing work and home life, things are likely to worsen unless you take a step now to get help.
What Happens When You Get Help for Alcohol Addiction?
Alcohol rehab is an opportunity for you to focus on what’s happening to you. That includes learning about your addiction, what caused it, and what you can do to control it. This treatment may consist of medications to treat withdrawal and counseling to prepare you to handle a life of sobriety.
At Bayview Recovery, we provide you with tools to support you through your addiction recovery every step of the way. That includes working closely with you through therapy programs such as:
- Individual therapy program
- Group therapy program
- Trauma therapy program
- Dialectical behavior therapy program
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy program
In each of our programs, you’ll learn how to live a life that is free from alcohol. That may sound impossible right now, but it does not have to be with the right tools the support you.
Our programs are supportive, designed to be effective, and comfortable. When you work with us in any setting, we can provide you with a safe place to overcome your addiction. Learn more about our programs, including our extended care program and dual diagnosis treatment that can help you with mental health needs and alcohol addiction.
Work with our master-level therapists to find the help you need. We even offer an evening intensive outpatient program to allow you to fit therapy into your life.
Alcohol Rehab May Include Mental Health Support
Many people who use alcohol do so because they cannot deal with their mental health disorders properly. For example, you may be depressed or anxious if you don’t have a drink. You may have trouble with stress daily. For other people, there is past trauma that hasn’t been dealt with properly. To stop yourself from thinking or feeling those things, you turn to alcohol.
While alcohol may work initially as a way to stop thinking, it does not solve the problem. Instead, it allows the symptoms you have to worsen beyond what they are now. It also complicates your health. You may struggle with illness, reckless behavior, and malnutrition as a result of your addiction. We can change that.
Invest in Your Future with Bayview Recovery
Alcohol rehab may be the best decision you make for yourself and your future. Our team at Bayview Recovery offers the tools and resources to support you through your alcohol addiction. Learn more about how we can help you by calling 855.478.3650 or connecting with us online right now.
Dave Cundiff, MD, MPH is an experienced leader in the field of Substance Use Disorder treatment. He works with patients suffering from Substance Use Disorder to evaluate their medication needs and prescribe treatments accordingly. In addition, he regularly participates in all-staff debriefing sessions involving peers, nurses, and other prescribers. He also reviews and advises on policies, procedures, and techniques for treating substance use disorder.