ALCOHOL REHAB IN PENNSYLVANIA

Alcoholism Treatment

Alcohol addiction is a serious problem that can lead to physical, psychological, and social problems.

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Alcohol is legal, widely available, and a common part of social events. It’s no wonder that so many people struggle with alcohol addiction. Alcohol addiction is a serious problem that can lead to physical, psychological, and social problems. For instance, a 2020 study found that 28.8% of Pennsylvania adults binge drink, and separate research shows that in 2021 alone, alcohol-related deaths accounted for 25% of total traffic fatalities. If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol addiction, getting help is important. Our alcohol addiction treatment program in Pennsylvania can help you or a loved one recover.

Alcohol addiction is a complex problem that requires treatment from experienced professionals. Our alcohol addiction treatment program offers comprehensive care that includes individual therapy, group therapy, and 12-step meetings. We also offer family therapy to help families heal from the damage that addiction has caused.

Getting in touch with us is the first step on the road to recovery. We can help you or your loved one get the treatment needed to overcome alcohol addiction and begin the journey to lasting recovery. Connect with the team at our addiction treatment center in Bucks County at 866.939.4243 to learn more.

The signs & symptoms of alcohol abuse

Because of alcohol’s legal status and social acceptability, it can be difficult to recognize when someone has a problem. Over 60% of Pennsylvanians drink alcohol, marking it as the 16th heaviest-drinking state. However, there are some signs and symptoms that can indicate a problem with alcohol. If you or someone you know is exhibiting any of the following signs, it may be time to seek help:

  • Cravings & Obsessive Thoughts – The individual may experience intense cravings or obsessive thoughts about alcohol, leading to a strong desire to drink.
  • Increased Tolerance – Over time, one may require more alcohol to achieve the desired effect, leading to increased tolerance.
  • Withdrawal Symptoms – If the individual stops drinking or reduces their alcohol intake, they may experience physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal, such as shaking, sweating, anxiety, nausea, and insomnia.
  • Loss of Control – The individual may find it difficult to control their alcohol consumption, despite negative consequences such as legal, financial, or interpersonal problems.
  • Neglecting Responsibilities – One may begin to neglect their responsibilities at work, school, or home due to alcohol use.
  • Continued Use Despite Negative Consequences – One may continue to drink despite experiencing negative consequences such as health problems, relationship issues, or legal troubles.
  • Isolation – The individual may start to isolate themselves from friends and family, preferring to drink alone or with other heavy drinkers.
  • Changes in Behaviors & Mood – The individual may experience changes in their behavior and mood, such as irritability, depression, or aggression when they are not drinking.

These are just some of the signs that someone may be struggling with an alcohol addiction. If you or someone you love is exhibiting any of these signs, our can help.

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Our Unique Approach to Alcoholism Treatment in Pennsylvania

Promont Wellness takes a holistic approach to treatment, which means that we treat the whole person, not just the addiction. We believe that addiction is a symptom of underlying issues, and we work with our clients to address those issues. By treating the whole person, we can help our clients build a foundation for long-term recovery.

Some of the issues that we address in treatment include:

These issues are typically addressed through:

The first step in alcohol treatment is often detoxification, which involves removing alcohol from the body and managing withdrawal symptoms. This may involve medical supervision and medications to manage symptoms such as anxiety, nausea, and seizures.
Behavioral therapy is a type of therapy that focuses on changing unhealthy behaviors and patterns of thinking. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of behavioral therapy that is often used in alcohol treatment to help individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors related to alcohol use.
Medications can be used to help individuals manage withdrawal symptoms, reduce cravings for alcohol, and maintain abstinence. Common medications used in alcohol treatment include naltrexone, acamprosate, and disulfiram.
Support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) provide individuals with a supportive community of peers who are also in recovery from alcohol addiction. These groups offer a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to share their experiences and receive support.
Family therapy can be helpful in alcohol treatment by addressing the impact of addiction on family members and helping them to develop healthy communication and coping skills.
Aftercare is an important part of alcohol treatment and involves ongoing support and therapy to help individuals maintain their recovery and prevent relapse. This may involve individual therapy, support groups, or other forms of ongoing care.

In addition to addressing underlying issues, we also work with our clients to develop healthy coping skills and build a support system. These things are essential for long-term recovery. Through several levels of care that include partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs, you’ll discover the tools and resources you need to live a life you love.

Overall, alcohol treatment should be tailored to the individual’s needs and may involve a combination of different approaches to achieve long-term recovery. It’s important to seek help from a healthcare professional or addiction specialist if you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol addiction.

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Our Unique Approach to Alcoholism Treatment in Pennsylvania

When you choose Promont Wellness for alcohol addiction treatment, you’ll benefit from our:

Don’t put off getting the help you need from a PA alcohol rehab center. Left untreated, alcohol addiction can lead to serious consequences such as physical health problems (heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke), mental health problems (depression, anxiety, chronic insomnia), relationship problems, financial problems, risk of injuries, and a negative impact on the family.

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“I’d like to thank Courtney from the bottom of my heart. She helped me through the scary process of getting into treatment and then treated me with respect and compassion. The treatment process was scary, vulnerable and uncomfortable, but she did everything she could to make me feel as comfortable as possible. I have become an active member of the recovery community and could not have done it without the guidance and expertise Courtney provided throughout treatment.”

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Our alcohol rehab program in Pennsylvania is where you’ll find compassion, community, and hope. Every step of the way, we’ll be here to support you as you work towards your goals.

Ready to get started? Whether you’re seeking help for yourself or a loved one, we’re here to help. We’ve worked hard to make treatment as accessible as possible, and we accept most major insurance plans. Our admissions team is available to answer your questions and help you get started on the road to recovery. Call 866.939.4243 or fill out our online form to begin your journey towards a healthier life with our Philadelphia outpatient rehab.

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