Alcohol Addiction Treatment for Men

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction treatment involves providing a permanent end to alcoholism. Sobriety is not a road one should travel alone and not a path forged strictly through willpower. Like any addiction, addiction to alcohol should be treated by experienced, compassionate experts in a setting equipped to care for all the physical, mental, social, and psychological needs of the recovering individual.

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, in 2014, an estimated 10.6 million men age 18 in older were found to have Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) in the United States. Less than 10% of those men received treatment at a specialized facility.

Effective alcohol addiction treatment provides a constant system of support and understanding. Freeman Recovery Center helps men to find and stay on the path to recovery by providing a community and resources for coping with addiction withdrawal, social pressures, and underlying causes of alcoholism such as depression or trauma. By treating co-occurring disorders simultaneously and accounting for total wellbeing, the individual has a much higher chance of finding lasting recovery.

Where Treatment Begins

No one can force someone addicted to alcohol to give up the drink. The individual must come to his own decision. When he has decided to walk the path of rehabilitation, detoxification can begin.

Detox is a very important first step toward recovery, but one which comes with a number of challenges. Those suffering withdrawal may have hallucination, seizures, anxiety and other symptoms. We provide a caring, professional team of experts around the clock to ensure the physical, emotional, psychological, and mental well-being of our visitors.

Once rehabilitation is achieved, the work is not done. Continued care and support are needed for lifelong success. Individual and group therapies allow individuals to express themselves in an understanding and supportive environment. Individual counseling can provide tailored solutions that equip the visitor to handle the challenges of sobriety and any co-occurring or related conditions. Group therapy offers a network of support from individuals who are also on the journey to recovery.

If you or a loved one suffer from alcohol addiction, we are here to help. To learn more about our addiction treatment, please give us a call today.

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