Alcohol-related problems, including alcoholism and other direct and indirect results of consuming alcohol, are considered among the most difficult health issues to address in many countries around the world.Many people consume alcohol, but alcoholism is defined in part by the continued use of alcohol despite persistent or recurrent social or personal issues. Alcoholism is so common that most people will be affected by it, or know someone who will be, at least once in their lives. According to recent data, no fewer than 15 million people are suffering from alcoholism, or alcohol use disorder, in the United States, and yet less than 8% of people suffering receive treatment.
Acknowledging that one has a problem is the first, and for many the hardest, step in the treatment process as the fear of the unknown will deter many from ever seeking help. Understanding the process is an important part of making the decision to reach out.
WHAT WE DO FOR ALCOHOLISM
We provide the tools and support to effectively and safely address alcoholism in treatment. Below are the services we offer to people in need of assistance.
Assessment for Alcoholism
The first thing we do is conduct a thorough assessment of your history of alcohol or drug use, treatment history, family and personal issues and mental health, to better understand your specific needs and help you find treatment, whether it’s with us or with another program that is more appropriate.
Intervention for Alcoholism
Sometimes the identified patient is a family member or loved one of the person contacting us, and the person needing treatment might not be ready for treatment. To support the person and their family, we provide intervention referrals and resources to families to help with the process.
This is a vital step in the whole recovery process, and no one should ever detox from alcohol on their own. We provide professional assistance to guide you through the detox process at one of our partner alcohol rehabs. We ensure the both the client and their family or loved one are comfortable.
Partial Hospitalization Program Alcohol Rehab
Partial Hospitalization Program, PHP or Day Treatment, is the most intensive level of care and includes 6 hours of treatment each day through the week. While in PHP, clients will receive additional support while they start to develop the skills and tools needed to recover from alcoholism. The program includes both group and individual therapy, as well as medical and psychiatric services.
Intensive Outpatient Program Alcohol Rehab
While in the intensive outpatient program (IOP), clients will receive high level of care three to five days a week, while they work on developing their daily routine and reintegrate. Some of our clients go to school or work and our program supports this through case management and flexible scheduling; with special alcohol treatment programs for those who work, have a family or go to school.
Outpatient Alcohol Rehab
When a client completes their PHP and IOP program and have shown that they have developed the tools and skills needed to control their alcohol use and their daily routines, they will participate in outpatient alcohol treatment. While in outpatient, clients attend groups and individual therapy from one to five days per week.
Continuing Care for Alcoholism
After completion of our program, Roots provides continuing care to clients to make sure they stay connected and continue to receive the benefits of our community. We provide them resources and invite all of our clients to participate in alumni and family events.
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