Outpatient Alcohol RehabFreedom From Alcohol Addiction
If you find yourself relying on alcohol to have fun or hiding your drinking from friends and family members, you may benefit from outpatient alcohol treatment.
The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency estimates that 1 in 12 American adults suffer from alcohol dependency of some sort.
Whether it’s binge drinking, hiding your drinking from loved ones or engaging in risky behavior such as drinking and driving, for many addicted people the most beneficial treatment for alcohol addiction is an outpatient alcohol rehab center.
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What is Outpatient Addiction Treatment?
When deciding what kind of treatment is best for you or your loved one, it’s important to consider all the options. Both inpatient treatment and outpatient treatments have many benefits and advantages. Outpatient treatment is beneficial because it allows clients to stay at their jobs or remain in their homes while undergoing treatment. For clients who are not able to take time off, outpatient treatment is ideal. Daily check-ins and weekly therapy sessions are often required, but for the most part, clients are more independent than they would be in inpatient care since they are not receiving round-the-clock care. Outpatient services also tend to be less expensive, as you are not required to pay for room and board when in treatment. While outpatient treatment is not for everyone, it is beneficial for clients who need to continue working or who have a strong family support system to rely on. Outpatient treatment also often holds clients accountable for their actions, there is a level of trust that comes with support.
Signs of Alcohol Abuse
Addiction is a different struggle for each individual. The reasons for addiction can be varied and due to things such as low self-esteem, PTSD, suffering a trauma, codependency, dealing with the loss of a loved one or as a response to numb physical pain. The reasons a person can become addicted to alcohol can be endless. However, the signs of addiction are more rigid and often easy to see if you know what to look for. If you or a loved one can relate to any of these symptoms, it may be time to consider outpatient alcohol rehabilitation:
- Needing alcohol to wind down at night
- Reckless or risky behavior such as drunk driving
- Going to work inebriated
- Feeling like you need alcohol for people to like you or to have fun
- Hiding your drinking habits from your family or loved ones
- Missing work or school commitments due to alcohol
- Falling short on family commitments because of alcohol
- Experiencing legal issues or run-ins with the police that are related to alcohol
The Beachway Treatment Center Difference
Addiction is an illness and is treated as such at Beachway. Making the decision to enter outpatient treatment is one of the most positive changes you can make. With a skilled support system of counselors and therapists behind you, you can repair the damage done by alcohol dependency and move on to a happy and sober life. Our facility is celebrated by the rehab industry and has been recognized with accreditations by such organizations as the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and the Florida Department of Children and Families. Beachway uses a holistic approach to our treatments, which means the focus is on healing the mind, body and soul. Individualized programs pinpoint the unique needs of each client, ensuring that the best treatment is provided for each individual situation. Our programs and services are all based on the idea that in order to overcome addiction, clients must be surrounded by positivity and helpful support. Our group sessions and private therapy provide clients with the supportive environments that will foster a positive and permanent change while also working on relapse prevention.
What to Expect with an Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Program
Similarly to an inpatient program, an outpatient alcohol program requires the complete abstinence from alcohol. While clients are not required to stay at the facility, they are required to check in with their therapists or counselors regularly. Weekly group sessions and private sessions provide support from the community and give strength to clients who are battling their addictions while other programs such as our Support Groups and Life Skills Program help with the logistics of living sober. At Beachway, our outpatient drug rehab is second to none, offering unique treatments and individualized care. We offer multiple group sessions each week with a makeup session taking place on the weekends. We are also able to provide transportation to the sessions for clients who are living within a five-mile radius of the facility. By assisting our clients with life after rehab, we can help in more ways than just addiction treatment.
Breaking the Cycle of Alcohol Addiction
For many people with alcohol problems, the addiction is only the first part of the battle. Breaking the cycle of destructive behavior can mean more lifestyle changes than simply cutting alcohol. With outpatient alcohol rehabilitation our experts can help clients move forward in their lives with programs that have relapse prevention in mind. These programs are designed to help with resumé writing, post-secondary school applications and more. In many cases, a person with alcohol addiction may have people in their lives that make it easier to relapse. By welcoming clients into our alumni community and providing support and friendships with others on the road to recovery, our clients can remove the negativity from their lives and move forward with a supportive and understanding peer group.
A Shared Commitment to Alcohol Rehab
When you enter outpatient treatment, expect to be part of a supportive and dynamic community of people just like you. With 1 in 12 American adults experiencing alcohol addiction, it’s clear that you are not alone. With compassionate and experienced therapists, counselors and administrators, Beachway outpatient alcohol rehab center focuses on equipping clients for a successful and happy life of sobriety. By addressing co-occurring issues with dual diagnosis and providing a supportive and helpful network of alumni, our clients are less likely to relapse and more likely to beat their alcohol addiction for good.
Call Beachway Today to Learn More
Make a positive change in your life today. Speak to one of our experts right now about entering outpatient alcohol treatment at the BBB accredited Beachway Therapy Center. Call 800-208-9273 today for more information about treatment options, programs, and sessions.