Top-Rated Alcohol Rehab in Los Angeles



A little-known fact about alcohol is that it is ranked as the most dangerous substance in the world based on a study by The Lancet which looked at several criteria. Alcohol, while an accepted part of our social lives, can be a life-altering substance that affects your health, mental wellbeing, your occupation, and your relationships. Alcohol is also physically addictive making it difficult to just stop. In fact, stopping alcohol abuse if you’re physically dependent on it should be avoided because of the negative health effects that it has.

While alcohol addiction can be devastating, it isn’t something that has to control your life. Our top-rated alcohol rehab in Los Angeles can help you to safely get through withdrawal and then provide you with the treatments that are needed to achieve long-term sobriety. We have created a healing environment where you’ll be surrounded by supportive staff and people who are going through similar situations.

Our alcohol rehab in Los Angeles closely follows the Principals of Effective Treatment as explained by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. We create personalized treatment plans because each of our clients has unique needs and situations. At Muse, we incorporate all of the best evidence-based treatment strategies which include behavioral therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and holistic treatment options such as neurofeedback. With us, you will have every advantage to be able to overcome alcohol addiction.

What Is Alcohol Rehab Like?

Every rehab might feel different. At Muse, we strive to provide a healing space where you can put all of your focus on your recovery from alcohol addiction. The stress-free, structured environment that we created is an ideal place to receive the life-changing treatments that we provide.

Our alcohol addiction treatment center in LA is run by a team of professionals that have dedicated themselves to helping those suffering from addiction. Each member of our staff understands what you’re going through and aim to help you in any way they can both in an emotionally supportive capacity and professionally.

It may feel like a daunting decision to seek help for your addiction at our alcohol rehab, but you’ll soon realize that it was one of the best decisions you’ve ever made. You will meet people who are there to receive help for their addiction, too. Connecting to your peers in recovery can help to create a support foundation for years to come, especially through our alumni program.

By the end of your 30-, 60-, or 90-day rehab program, you will feel prepared to take on the ups and downs that life can throw at you. With the skills you’ve learned and the problems that you’ve resolved through counseling, you will be equipped to manage your addiction and stay sober so that you can have the kind of life that you can be proud of.

What to Expect During Rehab?

So, what exactly happens during rehab? An alcohol rehab program is a carefully structured process that will guide you through every step of your alcohol addiction recovery. To start things off, your caseworker will discuss things with you to get a better understanding of your situation and how best to help you.

The next step is to deal with the alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Alcohol withdrawal is one of the few substance withdrawals that can be lethal if done alone. However, with our medical detoxification, you can rest assured that any problem can be dealt with. Furthermore, the medications that we can give you during withdrawal greatly help to reduce and manage the symptoms making the entire ordeal much easier to cope with.

Behavioral therapy is perhaps one of the most important elements of successful long-term recovery. There are three main causes of addiction according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse: developmental, biological, and environmental. These are things such as your home life, untreated mental disorders (dual diagnosis), and past trauma. In behavioral therapy, you can learn new skills, explore underlying issues to resolve them, and receive treatment for co-occurring mental disorders among other things.

At Muse, we go a step further to help improve your recovery. We do this by taking a holistic approach. By assisting you with other areas of your life and wellbeing, your likelihood of long-term sobriety is increased. It is not just your addiction that should be treated but also relevant areas of your life.

Muse is ready to help you attain long-term sobriety. We are ready to help you to rebuild your life so that you no longer feel the need to drink alcohol to cope. Give us a call now if you would like to find out more about our inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for alcohol addiction.

How Long Is Alcohol Rehab?

Since every person needs to be treated as an individual with unique needs in recovery, the exact length of rehab is not fixed. Several factors can require you to spend more time in rehab to ensure that you have gained the maximum benefit of treatment such as how severe the addiction is, previous relapse, and the types of treatments that you require.

At Muse, we offer 30-, 60-, and 90-day alcohol rehab programs in both the residential and outpatient setting. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, to gain the benefit of professional treatment for addiction, you should spend at least three months in rehab and aftercare programs. You can complete this time in a combination of inpatient, outpatient, and aftercare programs.

Why Choose Muse for Alcohol Rehab?

Muse Treatment Center in Los Angeles is an accredited alcohol treatment center. The Gold Seal of Approval that we’ve received from The Joint Commission is a guarantee of the quality care that we provide through our specialty addiction treatment programs. Our rehab programs encompass everything that you need to be able to achieve long-term recovery; from the medically assisted detox to help you get through withdrawal to the therapy and holistic treatments that you need to maintain sobriety.

Let Muse help you to create a stable foundation for your future wellbeing and happiness. Get in touch with us today by calling (800) 426-1818  to see how we can help you beat alcohol addiction and change your life for the better.

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