Rockford Alcohol and Drug Rehab Is the Best Choice for Lasting Recovery
It Can All Start Again at Rockford Alcohol Rehab
You will learn quickly that Rockford alcohol detox is just the beginning step in a process that will slowly walk you out of the darkness of alcohol addiction back into the light of a healthy life and restored relationships. It takes the entire treatment process to get you back to where you can face each day with hope and positive expectations.
Once you body has been cleaned of the toxins from excess drinking, Rockford alcohol treatment professionals will be with you on a 24/7 basis in the next stages of recovery.
One of our most important objectives at Rockford alcohol rehab is to have you understand your situation and the process we are using. That lays the foundation for your continued recovery and future health. We cover these items and more:
- Getting to the reasons for your excessive drinking
- Gaining the ability to avoid and deal with triggers that lead to abusive drinking
- Skills for coping with issues of daily stress
- Developing and implementing a plan to prevent relapse.
The single worst thing for an alcoholic, other than denying the problem, is to delay getting treatment. Call Rockford alcohol rehab today and you are making one of the very best decisions available to you.
Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs
Alcohol abuse treatment differs from alcoholism treatment in that detox is not necessary because a person suffering from alcohol abuse lacks the physical addiction and intense cravings that one suffering from alcoholism would experience.
The first step in alcohol abuse treatment is abstinence. If you have a problem with controlling the amount of alcohol you consume, just stay away from it altogether to eliminate the risk of binge drinking. You must train yourself to live without alcohol. To do this you should avoid people and places that make drinking the norm, such as bars and parties where alcohol will be consumed. Enlist the help and support of your family and friends, and try to establish a new hobby to replace drinking alcohol. Do something that makes you feel good about yourself and about what you're doing, such as volunteer work or a new exercise regiment.
Are you an Addict?
Denial is fairly common among alcohol addicts since the line between social drinking and alcohol dependency is rather blurred. In order to identify whether you have a problem or not, there are certain questions that you must ask yourself.
- Do you feel ashamed of your drinking habits?
- Do you lie about your alcohol consumption?
- Do you forget what you were doing while drinking frequently?
- Do you drink to feel better?
Help is standing by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
What To Expect:
- Professional Treatment that Works
- Privacy and Confidentiality
- Comfortable and Clean Facilities
- 12-Step Small Group Therapy
- Safe Medically Supervised Detox and Rehab
- A Complete Dual Diagnosis Rehab Facility