Inpatient Alcohol Treatment
Though there is no known cure for alcoholism and drug addiction, the most effective treatment is the most immersive treatment. The more time you have to heal after alcoholism and build up time in recovery, the more likely you will be to continue your initial success when you return home.
Michael’s House offers inpatient alcohol treatment and residential sober living for those who are committed to starting a new life without alcohol addiction and abuse.
Call us today at 1-877-345-8494 to learn more about the possibilities we offer here at Michael’s House.
Why It Is Successful
Giving up alcohol initially is hard enough. It’s a change in lifestyle and habit and that alone is difficult to do. Perhaps if it were as simple as breaking a habit it wouldn’t be so difficult. However, alcoholism is a disease and the ability to maintain abstinence can only come with medical treatment for physical withdrawal symptoms and psychotherapeutic treatment for the mental cravings and psychological dependence upon the drug.
Even those who can successfully go a day or a week or even a month without drinking find that they can’t sustain sobriety without two things: building a strong foundation including a network of support during their initial period of treatment and exploring the ‘why’s’ and “how’s’ of the development of their addiction and learning how to combat the chemical changes that occurred throughout the course of addiction.
Inpatient alcohol treatment provides both those things, which is why it is so successful in treating alcoholism.
What You Can Expect
On your first day, you will begin by talking to the medical and therapeutic professionals who will have you in their care. By answering their questions completely and honestly and telling them any issues you have with co-occurring medical disorders, psychological issues and/ or food allergies or concerns, they can begin to work with you to create a treatment plan.
The remaining 5 percent struggle with severe alcohol withdrawal symptoms, and in those people as well as those who are living with co-occurring medical disorders, it is essential that you go through a medical detox to make sure that you are safe and healthy.
Once you are free of physical addiction, your next step is to focus on addiction counseling and psychological growth. Through the end of your stay at inpatient alcohol treatment and long after, this will remain your focus as you rediscover your true self, your goals and dreams and learn how to live without alcohol.
Rehabilitation at Michael’s House
If you would like to learn more about the inpatient alcohol treatment program at Michael’s House, call 1-877-345-8494. We can help you start a new life without alcoholism.
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