Alcohol Treatment Hope begins at Decision Point Center

Scottsdale Alcohol Addiction Treatments

Rehabilitation Programs For Alcohol Addiction

If you're struggling with alcohol addiction, there's hope for you. You've come to the right place—Decision Point Center—to embark on your journey to sobriety. Our addiction treatment center in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a trusted and reliable starting point tailored to your specific needs.

We offer a range of alcohol rehab programs, including:

  • 12-step programs
  • Residential inpatient programs
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Relapse prevention programs
  • And more

Our dedicated Scottsdale alcohol rehab team is here to provide unwavering support throughout your recovery. Don't hesitate to contact us today.

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The Dangers of Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol abuse poses immediate dangers and risks that can adversely affect your overall well-being. Excessive alcohol consumption can impair your vision, and judgment, cause drowsiness, making drinking and driving extremely hazardous. Moreover, consuming excessive alcohol can reduce the oxygen content in your blood, leading to fainting, disrupted breathing, and pulse irregularities.

Intoxication can also lead to unpredictable mood swings, potentially putting you in uncomfortable or precarious situations with far-reaching consequences. For instance, alcohol abuse in the workplace can result in termination.

Long-Term Harm Caused by Alcohol Addiction

If you're considering seeking alcohol addiction treatment, it's crucial to understand the long-term effects of alcohol abuse. Over time, alcohol can damage vital organs such as the liver, leading to liver disease or cancer.

It can also contribute to:

  • heart disease
  • hypertension
  • osteoporosis
  • stomach ulcers
  • immune system deficiencies
  • sexual dysfunction
  • brain damage
  • anxiety
  • depression

The longer alcohol is consumed, the greater the risk of developing these severe health conditions. Starting a rehabilitative program with Decision Point Center sooner rather than later is your best course of action.

We acknowledge that severe alcohol addiction may lead to withdrawal symptoms if you abruptly stop drinking. However, we can create a carefully planned alcohol addiction treatment schedule to minimize the risks and effects of withdrawal. By providing you with the necessary support to overcome withdrawal symptoms, we empower you with the strength and confidence to conquer alcohol addiction.

Supporting Someone with Alcohol Addiction

Often, individuals struggling with alcohol addiction fail to recognize the problem themselves. It is often friends and family who first notice and seek a solution before matters worsen.

If you're trying to help a loved one achieve sobriety, remember not to force them into treatment, as it is often ineffective and can worsen their mental health. Instead, you can encourage them in the following ways:

  • Prepare key talking points in advance to avoid sounding judgmental.
  • Offer your support, including researching local alcohol treatment centers.
  • Understand that they may not immediately accept seeking treatment after one conversation.
  • Demonstrate solidarity by abstaining from drinking while they're in recovery.
  • Seek assistance from a professional, such as an interventionist.
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Creative & Effective Ways to Treat Alcohol Use Disorder

Our Scottsdale alcohol treatment center is renowned for employing various approaches to help patients battling alcohol addiction. We work closely with you to understand your unique triggers and develop personalized methods to facilitate your journey toward sobriety. Our commitment to your well-being ensures you receive the support you need as an individual.

The three cornerstones of our alcohol treatment programs that patients find beneficial are:

  1. Detoxification: We provide a safe detox program that monitors your health, as alcohol withdrawal can be problematic or even dangerous.
  2. Residential Programs: We offer both inpatient and outpatient programs, where you can engage in various therapies, support groups, recovery planning, and more.
  3. Counseling: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and attentive counseling are available to help you stay on track. Our Client Care Managers are always ready to support you, considering the challenges you face in your daily life.

To access our proven and trusted alcohol rehabilitation programs, take the first step by reaching out to us at (844) 292-5010. We're here to listen and support you when you're ready.

We accept various types of healthcare insurance. Contact us today to find out if we accept yours.

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