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How alcohol addiction strikes

Alcohol addiction can happen to anyone. While not everyone who drinks will become an alcoholic, heavy drinking over a long period of time makes it more likely that a problem will develop. There are many other factors, including genetics and underlying mental disorders, that can contribute to alcoholism. Millions of Americans struggle with an alcohol use disorder of some kind - from binge drinking to addiction.

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Family Support

How Do I Know if My Loved One Needs Rehab?

Is your loved one's drinking impacting your life and theirs? It may be time for them to get the help they need so that your family can begin healing.

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How Do I Convince My Loved One To Get Help?

Tragically, very few people want to go to rehab. However, there are things that you can do to help them see that they need help.

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Types of Treatment

Inpatient Rehab

• Full immersion in the recovery process
• 24/7 support and guidance
• Removal from the temptation of day-to-day life
• Medically supported

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Outpatient Rehab

• Freedom to keep a job outside of rehab
• Sense of independence and normalcy
• Closer proximity to family
• Lower costs than inpatient rehab

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Alcohol Detox

• Prevention of potential deadly complications
• Greater comfort and safety during withdrawal
• Increased likelihood of success
• Lower pain and reduced trauma

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Alcohol and Mental Health

Approximately 7.9 million Americans classify as dual-diagnosis (with any substance and any disorder). Among this population, alcohol is by far the most commonly abused substance.

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