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Top Rated Alcohol Rehab for Residents of Westminster
Dr. Bob Smith and Bill Wilson began Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935 because they knew from personal experience that drinking could be detrimental to an individual and to the people around them. Since then many organizations have taken up the torch and worked hard to help people whose lives are being negatively impacted by alcohol. Muse Treatment is one of those organizations.
At Muse, we have worked hard to prepare our facilities, hire highly-trained staff, and fine-tune our programs to become a top rated alcohol rehab for residents of Westminster. We know that choosing to get help with substance abuse is a big first step for a person even before they begin day one of their recovery. That’s why we provide as much information as possible to our clients and their loved ones regarding all of the treatment options we offer.
Alcoholism or Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is typically a long road and often people have struggled for an extended period of time with their abuse or addiction. We’re here to help and to assist them in making a big positive change in their lives. If you or someone you love is struggling with AUD, call us today. Whether it’s to find out more about our care plans or to begin getting educated on how alcoholism is affecting a loved one, we have what you need.
What Is Alcohol Rehab Like?
Alcohol rehab can begin in a few different ways, depending on the exact needs of the individual patient. Alcohol Use Disorder spans a few different scenarios, from habitual binge drinking to alcohol addiction. Additionally, habitual alcohol abuse or addiction typically takes a long time to become an issue in a person’s life, making alcohol rehab slightly different in approach to other drug rehabilitation plans. In the end, everyone receives a customized care plan at Muse Treatment, ensuring that their individual rehab needs are met at every stage of the process. One last item about alcohol rehab is that use is much more acceptable in society. So when a person returns to their regular life or as they progress through their time in recovery, it will not be as easy just to avoid situations where people are drinking, as it might be for individuals using recreational drugs.
Based on initial consultations, it might be suggested that a person take part in residential alcohol detox. This is more typical with someone who has been drinking for a long time and is addicted to alcohol. When this is the case, a person can easily transition into inpatient alcohol rehab. Inpatient alcohol rehab offers the options of individual, group, family, and alternative therapy sessions all in a residential environment. This scenario allows a person to isolate themselves from the societal pressures and stresses of life while they fully concentrate on their alcohol rehab.
The third option, which can also be a person’s third stage of alcohol rehab depending on their care plan, is outpatient treatment. Outpatient treatment offers some of the same types of therapy as residential care, like one on one, group, and family therapy sessions. This type of treatment is good for a lot of different reasons. First, this is a great option for people who cannot commit to inpatient care, which can last from 30 to 90 days, due to responsibilities in their life. Second, for people who did take part in inpatient care, outpatient therapy and counseling is the perfect follow-up to reinforce everything they learned during residential treatment. Overall, alcohol rehab is very flexible and is always a good choice for people struggling with AUD.
What to Expect During Rehab?
Whether or not a person has gone through alcohol detox with us or not, once they have stopped drinking, the goals are to change their habits and teach them new skills that will allow them to be successful in recovery over the long term. This starts on day one of alcohol rehab. If a person is taking part in our residential program, it is important for them to know that inpatient alcohol rehab is not a vacation. Every day is meant to move them forward towards being able to handle the pressures they will experience once they are back in society. This is the same for outpatient sessions as well. As a person progresses in their recovery, they will be able to deal with certain situations that may be tough when they are first sober. Alcohol rehab will teach them what they need to avoid, and how to handle triggers when they are encountered. At Muse, we want all of our patients to have as many tools as possible at their disposal as they begin their journey in recovery.
How Long Is Alcohol Rehab?
Alcohol rehab is not like a semester in school, where everyone starts and finishes on the same day. Alcohol rehab can take months and, when time in detox, residential care and outpatient therapy are all combined, often lasts over a year. This should not dissuade anyone from getting started, as each day in rehab is one more since alcohol was having a negative impact on their life. Some parts of rehabilitation don’t necessarily have a set period of time attached to them, either, but goals are always set between patients and their therapists. As part of an overall alcohol rehab plan, detox can take from a week to 10 days and inpatient treatment is typically offered in 30, 60, or 90 day programs. Outpatient care can last as long as a person needs to feel comfortable in life without regular therapy sessions.
Why Choose Muse for Alcohol Rehab?
Alcohol rehab can help an individual make a significant change in their life. People often do not realize how much of an effect substance abuse and addiction are having in their life until they take a step back and get help. When you choose Muse for alcohol rehab, we are with you every step of the way to help you make that change happen. Our treatment team has decades of experience specifically helping individuals suffering from alcohol abuse. Call us today to find out more about all of the options we have for you.