Alcohol Rehab and Treatment by Transitions Recovery
What many people may not know is both environmental factors and genetics are associated with alcoholism with about half the risk associated with each one. What is more, someone with a family member subjected to alcoholism is three or four times more likely to become dependent on alcohol as well. In North Carolina, a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach found that over a one year period of time, 457,000 residents were at one point addicted to alcohol or had an alcohol abuse problem. Factoring in the number of family members affected by this staggering number, this puts many North Carolina natives at risk for alcohol addiction.
If you or someone you know is addicted to alcohol and living in North Carolina, please know that alcohol addiction is not the end of the road. As an alcohol treatment center in North Miami Fl, Transitions Recovery has successfully treated dozens of North Carolina residents with dedication and care towards living a sober life. We are a nationally JCAHO accredited institution with over 30 years of experience helping people just like you, and we continue to break the boundaries of alcohol treatment and drug abuse treatment. At Transitions Recovery, our philosophy is that each person walking through our doors has what it takes to overcome their addiction with our added support and education. Because of this, we offer a program of treatment that provides practical solutions to the very real problem of addiction and alcoholism.
Although alcohol addictions have a lot in common, each individual recovery of addiction is very different. Each person subjected to alcohol abuse, and looking to obtain help from an alcohol treatment center, has a different story as to who they are and why they have become dependent on alcohol. Transitions Recovery understands the need for individual attention and programs, providing elements that include disease and recovery education through lectures and meetings, participation in 12-Step programs, relapse prevention groups, one-on-one drug treatment counseling, group therapy and counseling, and gender-specific groups.
Along with intense treatment of alcohol abuse, Transitions Recovery also provides support for the different aspects of alcohol abuse which include depression and anxiety, eating disorders, sexual addictions, and any other counseling one may need to fully recover from past traumas or abuse. Since 1985, our holistic approach to treating substance abuse has given each of our patients a fighting chance of overcoming their addiction.
Patients begin the journey to freedom from substance abuse in the care of highly skilled staff in our beautiful facility right on North Miami Beach. Here, patients can immerse themselves into a sober life that is focused on routine and creating productive habits. Patients are responsible for the day-to-day tasks of a normal living routine that involves grocery shopping, cooking, and maintaining the cleanliness of living quarters. Along with their effective alcohol treatment, patients begin to form a reality-based life that provides a successful re-entry into a daily, sober lifestyle after their treatment.
Once patients are ready to leave our alcohol treatment center, we offer constant support life, including relapse prevention education and 24-hour access to our alcohol treatment staff. We also guide our patients to aftercare support or 12 step programs in North Carolina. This allows our patients to stay focused on their new lifestyle and continue to receive encouragement from others who walked the same path.
We encourage you to read more about how our drug and alcoholism treatment programs demonstrate our commitment to excellence to patients and affected family and friends through all walks of life, from the beginning of their recovery and continuing throughout their new found purpose and life goals. It is our pleasure to provide positive results for residents of North Carolina and the people that love and care for them. Call today to talk with us 800-626-1980 and find out how we can help those who need it the most.