Understanding Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation
Accepting the Need for Help
While the criteria for alcoholism and chemical dependency is helpful in making a diagnosis, you are on this page because there is a part of you that feels that maybe you or someone you know has dealt with disruptions in life due to alcohol and/or drug use. No two stories of alcohol and drug addiction are the same, and this underlying belief is what guides our approach to your individualized treatment.
We at Total Recovery Now understand that making a choice to give up your addiction can cause you immense conflict. Sobriety is a journey, and as with all journeys, the first step is often scary and isolating. We are here to guide you through this first step which is admitting that you have a problem. Alcohol and drug rehabilitation will give you the tools you need to gain your footing in your new life. Upon completion of treatment, Total Recovery Now will always be there to offer you the support you need to continue your journey in sobriety. Click here to learn about our aftercare services.
Understanding Substance Abuse Treatment
Our goals for treatment is threefold: helping you with post acute withdrawal symptoms from alcohol and drugs in order to reduce physical cravings, providing you with the necessary tools to assist you in your psychological withdrawal in which you no longer use alcohol and drugs as a way to deal with uncomfortable feelings, and guiding you upon completion on your journey back into the real world. While addiction is a chronic disease that needs to be treated continuously, we know that you will still be able to lead the life that you both need and want. Let us help you as you help yourself.
Experiencing a New Way of Life
While anger, stress, frustration, anxiety, hopelessness and loneliness are very real emotions, we will give you the treatment and support you need to deal with them in a healthy and productive way as well as time to practice while in therapy vs. inpatient treatment.