Top-Rated Alcohol Rehab for Residents of Glendale

In a multicriteria study by The Lancet of addictive substances, alcohol was found to be more harmful than all other drugs based on the impact that it has on the person and society. This study helps to bring to light the dangers of alcohol use disorder and further highlights the need for effective alcohol addiction treatment at accredited treatment centers.

At our top rehab in Glendale, the process of long-term recovery and breaking the hold that alcohol has on your life can become clear. Through a personalized addiction treatment plan, you will go through the various therapies and treatments that make sustainable recovery possible. Our healthcare team possesses a wide range of expertise that allows us to provide treatment for everything ranging from alcohol detox to dual diagnosis treatment and aftercare services.

With Muse Treatment and Recovery Center, you will have our whole team on your side and you navigate your recovery. With our comprehensive treatment programs designed specifically for alcohol addiction recovery together with the support of our staff members and recovery community, the road to a sustainable, alcohol-free life will be open to you.

What is Alcohol Rehab Like?

Our alcohol rehab for residents of Glendale is a healing place where support can be found in abundance. We understand and appreciate how difficult it has been to get to this point in your life, and we will show you compassion and support and you work through the process of recovery. We believe in treating everyone with respect and like a part of our Muse family. You are never alone at Muse.

At our alcohol rehab for residents of Glendale, you’ll feel comfortable and safe as you start to delve into the areas of your life that could improve and explore the causes of your addiction with your healthcare worker. You will be involved with several therapies and treatment programs, some of which will be done one-on-one with our therapists while other programs will be completed in a group with other people in recovery.

If you are in our inpatient alcohol rehab, then you can expect to have time for other things besides therapy and treatment; we arrange group outings to off-site activities that are fun and motivational, allowing you to enjoy yourself doing healthy activities with other people in recovery.

What to Expect During Rehab?

Our alcohol rehab program for residents of Glendale is comprehensive. You will start with an intake process where we get a better understanding of your situation and the severity of your addiction so that we can formulate an effective, personalized treatment plan. With your treatment plan prepared, you’ll start your alcohol addiction treatment program.

One of the first and most important things to deal with is your withdrawal symptoms that can set in rapidly. We will give you medications as part of our alcohol detox program to help you to remain comfortable and safe during the detox process, managing symptoms before or as they appear.

The core of your treatment plan will involve evidence-based behavioral therapy. This includes therapeutic treatment models such as dialectical behavioral therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy among other effective models. The goal with these therapies is to uncover problematic thinking and behavior so that causes your addiction can be treated. If these causes lie in a co-occurring mental health disorder, then we can effectively treat it along with your addiction.

At Muse, we also treat your holistic. By holistic we mean addressing many areas in your life that can be improved such as your work and life skills among other things. Muse offers a truly comprehensive treatment program for alcohol use disorder.

How Long is Alcohol Rehab?

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) suggests that a person seeking help for addiction spends at least three consecutive months in recovery or their efforts may fall short. This can include inpatient, outpatient, and aftercare programs – all of which we offer at Muse. While there is no set time for each person’s rehab journey because each person is unique in their recovery, below are some of the alcohol rehab program lengths that we offer for residents of Glendale.

30-Day Rehab

Our 30-day rehab for alcohol addiction is the shortest of our comprehensive treatment programs. It offers the core of what you need to overcome your addiction and is ideal for someone either looking to further their treatment after inpatient rehab as an outpatient or as a main treatment program for moderate addiction.

60-Day Rehab

One of our long-term rehab programs is our 60-day alcohol rehab. It gives you more time in treatment and therapy to work through the causes of your alcohol abuse so that you can establish a new, sustainable way of life.

90-Day Rehab

Another one of our long-term alcohol rehab programs for residents of Glendale is our 90-day rehab. It is the longest of our rehab program lengths and offers the best way to overcome even the most severe alcohol addictions. 

All of our short- and long-term alcohol rehab programs are available as an inpatient (residential) or outpatient.

Why Choose Muse for Alcohol Rehab?

Our alcohol addiction treatment center is an accredited treatment facility. Our Joint Commission accreditation is a promise of our quality care and the Gold Seal of Approval awarded to us shows just how effective our treatment services for alcohol addiction can be. We also gladly have LegitScript monitoring which means that any medication that we use is carefully overseen by LegitScript.

Let Muse Treatment and Recovery Center guide you to a sustainable future that is free from alcohol addiction. Call us today so that we can help you or someone you care about overcome the grip of addiction.

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call Muse Treatment Center today. Our expert addiction specialists are standing by ready to speak confidentially with you. Call (800) 426-1818 today.

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