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Alcohol Addiction Treatment

In the pursuit of healing from alcohol addiction, the first step is often the hardest. Recognizing the need for help and seeking it is a massive step toward reclaiming your life from alcohol use disorder. At Luxe Treatment Center, we understand the complex nature of alcohol addiction and the profound impact it can have on an individual’s life and the lives of those around them. From detox to aftercare planning, our dedicated team of professionals is here to support you every step of the way.

Signs That You or a Loved One Needs Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment

Recognizing the signs of alcohol use disorder is the first step toward seeking help and recovery. If you or a family member or friend you care about is experiencing any of the following symptoms, it might be time to consider alcohol use disorder treatment:

  • Needing to consume more alcohol to achieve the same effect (increased tolerance)
  • Experiencing symptoms such as anxiety, sweating, shaking, and nausea when not drinking (drinking to avoid withdrawal)
  • Engaging in dangerous behavior, like unsafe sex or drunk driving
  • Spend time drinking more alcohol than intended or for a longer period than planned
  • Repeated failed attempts to cut down or stop drinking
  • Failing to fulfill major obligations at work, school, or home due to drinking
  • Continued use despite negative consequences
  • Giving up or reducing social, occupational, or recreational activities because of alcohol use

Identifying these signs in yourself or someone close to you can be distressing, but recognition is crucial to healing. There are various treatment options available that cater to different needs and life circumstances, ensuring that anyone who seeks help for alcohol problems can find a path to recovery.

Types of Treatment We Offer For Alcohol Use Disorder

Recognizing that recovery is a highly personal experience, we offer several different services at our recovery center designed to help people stop drinking and start the road to recovery. Whether it’s just a brief intervention that’s needed or long-term care, we can help. The following is an overview of the types of alcohol addiction treatment programs we provide:

Detox

Detox is the first step in treating alcohol use disorder. It involves a medically supervised withdrawal process, where a health care provider will ensure the individual’s safety while reducing or eliminating withdrawal symptoms so they don’t feel sick. Attempting to go through this process alone can be painful and can even put your life at risk. Some common symptoms of alcohol withdrawal include:

  • Tremors
  • Anxiety
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • High blood pressure
  • Increased heart rate

The most severe consequence of alcohol withdrawal is delirium tremens (DT). This can present as extreme agitation, extreme confusion, visual or auditory hallucinations, high blood pressure, fever, and seizures. These symptoms can be deadly, making it essential to undergo a supervised medical detox with a healthcare provider who can take lab tests and check on your well-being.

Detox is often followed by one of the alcohol addiction treatment options mentioned below to support long-term recovery and address the psychological aspects of addiction.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient alcohol treatment at our alcohol treatment facility provides a structured and supportive environment where individuals can focus entirely on their recovery away from the stressors and triggers of their everyday lives. This level of care offers round-the-clock medical and psychological support to manage withdrawal symptoms, address co-occurring disorders, and begin the work of building healthier coping mechanisms.

Patients will participate in many different types of treatments, including one on one talk therapy, family therapy, group therapy, and learn about managing stress in recovery.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

PHP strikes a balance between inpatient and outpatient care, providing individuals with a high level of support and intensive therapy without needing to live at the facility. Typically involving a commitment of four to eight hours per day for five days per week, PHP focuses on healing the individual as a whole.

It provides a structured environment where individuals can focus on their recovery, surrounded by professional support like social workers and peers who understand their struggles.

This program is ideal for those who need more comprehensive care than what is provided in outpatient settings but who are stable enough not to require 24/7 supervision to manage their alcohol dependence.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) For Problem Drinking

The intensive outpatient program at our alcohol treatment center is designed to provide a higher level of care than standard outpatient treatment but something that provides more flexibility than PHP.

IOP typically involves several hours of therapy per week, offering a structured program that includes group counseling as well as one-on-one counseling, education on alcohol use disorder, and skill-building sessions to enhance coping mechanisms.

Outpatient Treatment For Alcohol Problems

Outpatient treatment for alcohol use disorder offers flexibility and support while allowing individuals to maintain their daily responsibilities, such as work, school, or family commitments. This treatment approach includes regular support group meetings and therapy sessions that focus on understanding the root causes of addiction, developing new coping strategies, and learning to manage triggers in a real-world setting.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment – Mental Health Issues and Alcohol Abuse

Dual diagnosis treatment addresses individuals who are grappling with both alcohol use disorder and concurrent mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. This form of treatment is critical as it tackles alcohol problems and mental health conditions simultaneously, recognizing that one medical condition can often exacerbate the other.

By integrating therapy for mental health and alcohol or drug use, patients receive a holistic approach to recovery that aims to improve their overall well-being and provide them with the tools to manage both conditions effectively.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) combines the use of FDA-approved medications, counseling, and behavioral therapy to treat alcohol use disorder and mental health conditions. This comprehensive approach is designed to help normalize brain chemistry, block the euphoric effects of alcohol, and relieve physiological cravings. For example, this could involve taking disulfiram for help to stop drinking and stay sober.

Medication-assisted treatment programs are considered highly effective, especially when used in conjunction with other behavioral therapies, providing a solid foundation for individuals to achieve long-term recovery.

Holistic Treatment

When tackling substance abuse and beginning addiction treatment, engaging the whole person is vital. The holistic treatment we offer at our alcohol addiction treatment center in Las Vegas offers a positive approach that treats the entire person and not just the symptoms of addiction. We provide:

  • Art therapy
  • Exercise and physical training
  • Music therapy
  • Basketball
  • Other outdoor activities

Recognizing that everyone is different, we incorporate humanistic therapy options into our programs. This enables our residents to rediscover personal meaning and joy in activities they love and learn new skills and healthy habits.

Choosing The Appropriate Level of Care

When confronting alcohol use disorder, selecting the correct level of care is crucial for effective recovery. Identifying the most suitable alcohol treatment plan involves a comprehensive evaluation of the individual’s specific situation, considering several key factors.

Assessing the Severity of Addiction

The initial step is to determine the severity of the addiction. This involves looking at the duration and frequency of alcohol use, the presence of withdrawal symptoms, and the impact on daily life. A more intensive treatment environment may be necessary for severe addiction cases, while milder cases might benefit from less intensive options.

Physical and Mental Health Needs

The presence of co-occurring mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety, alongside physical health concerns requires a personalized treatment approach. Programs offering a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses both substance use and mental health simultaneously are recommended in these instances.

Support System

The strength and availability of a supportive network play a significant role in recovery. Individuals with strong support from family members and friends may find outpatient services sufficient, as they can lean on their loved ones while undergoing treatment. Conversely, those lacking a solid support system might benefit more from the comprehensive care provided in residential treatment for a drinking problem.

Personal Commitments

Balancing personal obligations with the need for treatment is another critical consideration. Outpatient programs or teletherapy sessions offer flexibility for individuals who cannot step away from work, school, or family responsibilities, ensuring they receive necessary support without neglecting what they need to do.

Financial Considerations

Finally, financial capabilities can influence the selection process. Health insurance coverage, available savings, and program costs should be reviewed to choose a financially sustainable option. Some facilities offer assistance programs; payment plans and sliding scale fees can make treatment more accessible.

By carefully evaluating these factors, individuals and their loved ones can make informed decisions about the most appropriate level of care for alcohol use disorder, setting the foundation for a successful recovery journey.

Don’t Forget About Aftercare

Aftercare is a critical component of the recovery process, providing ongoing treatment and support once initial treatment phases are completed. Programs like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), and SMART Recovery offer community-based support groups, facilitating engagement with others who share similar experiences and challenges.

Participating in these support groups helps people stop heavy drinking and maintain sobriety through shared wisdom, accountability, and mutual encouragement, reinforcing the coping strategies learned during treatment.

Contact Luxe Treatment Center For Effective Alcohol Use Disorder Treatments

For those battling alcohol addiction, the road to recovery can seem daunting. However, you don’t have to face this challenge alone. Luxe Treatment Center offers a supportive and nurturing environment to help you reach sobriety.

Our comprehensive treatments are tailored to meet your individual needs, ensuring you receive the most effective treatment to stop drinking and rebuild your self-esteem life. By choosing Luxe Treatment Center, you’re taking a vital step towards reclaiming your health and well-being. Contact us today to begin your journey to recovery.

Get The Help You Need Today

When you or a loved one are ready to embark on the journey to recovery from addiction, Luxe Treatment Center is here to support you. Our personalized approach to substance use disorder treatment empowers individuals to conquer addiction and rediscover a fulfilling life. Reach out to Luxe Treatment Center by filling out our online form or calling us at (725) 215-3017 to take the first step toward healing. Let us guide you on the path to reclaiming your life and embracing a brighter future.

Insurance Can Cover up to 100% of The Costs of Addiction Treatment and Mental Health Care

Did you know that insurance can cover up to 100% of the costs of addiction treatment and mental health care? Our addiction treatment center accepts most insurance plans. For a free insurance benefits check complete our confidential insurance verification form by clicking the link below.

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