Alcohol Rehab at a Glance
Our Alcohol Rehab offers all of, but not limited to, the following:
- Both group and individual treatment counseling sessions.
- A rehab treatment plan rooted in a real, functional environment, translating into a long-term, chemically free lifestyle.
- Alcohol rehab treatments with services to aid in meeting client-specific challenges and individualized goals.
- A focus on alcohol addiction education and relapse prevention to build a strong foundation for integration back into society.
- Seamless transitions into our structured, transitional living homes, allowing the individual struggling with addiction to develop a productive and healthy lifestyle.
- Outpatient care that allows clients to do daily check-ins upon completion of our rehab treatment program.
Alcohol Rehab Programs
Our state-of-the-art alcohol rehabilitation program is designed to address the mental, emotional and physical aspects of addiction for a successful recovery.
After going through a detox, it’s important that you treat the underlying psychological disorders of addiction. Subsequent rehabilitation is essential to developing the skills and coping mechanisms required to maintain sobriety. Upon completion of our detoxification program, StepHouse Recovery Center offers three types of rehab treatments.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Learn more about intensive outpatient treatment here.
Most intensive outpatient treatment settings help recovering addicts develop the skills and coping mechanisms required to maintain sobriety.
Other intensive outpatient treatment centers offer clinical services designed to address the root causes that lead people to develop addiction problems.
Outpatient Treatment is required for users who have had previously unsuccessful attempts at sobriety after detoxification. This level of care represents a stabilizing force for the newly sober individual.
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In some situations, outpatient drug rehab can be accessed after detox. But in most situations, outpatient programs typically utilize supportive aftercare services after residential treatment is complete.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
More often than not, drug addictions occur in tandem with mental illnesses, such as depression or anxiety. This overlap results what is called a dual diagnosis, or a co-occurring disorder, which both need to be treated simultaneously.