12-Step Programs for Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment
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Alcohol abuse is a well-known cause of many predicaments, including torn families, mental health issues, and ultimately – death. The concerning thing about alcohol abuse is that it’s constantly on the rise, and new data shows that more than 23 million Americans fall victim to it. Now, a significantly more concerning statistic is that only one in ten of those 23 million people receives the treatment they need. Consequently, there are over 20 million Americans left untreated.
We at Fountain Hills Recovery have a unique approach to this issue. Rather than solely striking the bad habit itself, we strive to rehabilitate our clients by offering insights into the adverse results of their substance abuse. It’s very important for the patients to realize the full extent of their bad habit so that they can systematically eradicate the issue rather than hot-fixing it temporarily.
Different Types of Alcohol Treatment Programs
These treatments include:
- Partial Hospitalization – This intensive treatment program is ideal for our individualized therapy approach. This program gives people the time to partake in all of the services that Fountain Hills Recovery has to offer.
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment – This step is foreseen for people who want the perks of outpatient care, but are obliged to continue undergoing all-day treatment.
- Outpatient Treatment – This program offers a certain dose of independence for people who are struggling with addiction. Patients under this program can stay at home and go to work, but must schedule therapy sessions on a regular basis. Naturally, appointments and sessions can be tailored to each patient’s scheduling needs.
Fountain Hills Recovery staff fully recognizes the struggles one has to go through in order to battle against substance abuse. Our treatments stretch far beyond healing; we strive to help you build a much more enjoyable and exciting life, without the need for substance abuse.