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Where Do I Get Help for My Alcohol Addiction in Bethlehem?
If you are skeptical of what others say to you about you behavior, just ask if you have heard any of these comments or recognize yourself:
If any of these items pertain to you, it is likely that your problem drinking is, in fact, an addiction to alcohol. That means it is time to call and schedule Bethlehem alcohol treatment. We have admissions counselors who work around the clock to get help for individuals like you. The process after admission starts with a time at an alcohol center such as Bethlehem alcohol detox with procedures that start you on the road back to a healthy life.
Many alcoholics don't realize they have a problem. They need a friend or family member to point it out to them. Even then, they might be in such denial they don't see it. If you're here, you might suspect you have a problem, but aren't sure. Here are some definite signs you have a problem with alcohol and need the help of a Bethlehem alcohol rehab facility to get you past it and healthy again.
If one or more of the above statements sounds familiar to you, you've got a problem with alcohol. The more statements above that apply to you, the more serious the problem has become. However, identifying with just one statement indicates you have at least the beginnings of an alcohol problem. The best time to get treatment is at the beginning of an addiction. Conquering it is easier in the early stages. However, a Bethlehem alcohol treatment facility can help you even if you're already deep into alcoholism.
There is no need to delay. Call today and find out about alcohol rehab in Bethlehem, and how it will benefit you.
Need Drug Addiction Help in Bethlehem?
Due to the physical dependence created by abusing prescription medication, addiction treatment begins in a residential treatment facility. The initial phase of treatment is detox. It is here, under medical supervision, that the symptoms associated with withdrawal from prescription medication are managed, reduced and some times eliminated. The average length of time spent in detox is approximately seven days. During this time, the person will be monitored medically and any psychiatric or psychological issues will be assessed.
After the person is medically stable, they are generally referred to residential treatment to complete the treatment plan designed in detox. By the time most people enter treatment for prescription medication addiction, they have created quite a bit of emotional damage to themselves and loved ones. It takes time to recover from shame, grief, guilt, and rebuild a level of trust amongst the family. Recovery in a supportive therapeutic environment eliminates many of the outside distractions and allows a person to focus on issues relating to their recovery. The length of stay is approximately twenty days and may be followed by outpatient therapy.
You can call today to get help. Pick up the phone and make the choice to better your world and live a clean, sober life. Drug addiction treatment won't be easy, but with our help you will be able to get through the dark days and we'll put you on a path to a brighter future.
Dealing with Dual Diagnosis in Bethlehem
Feeling lost and lonely is an understatement for many people battling a dual diagnosis. Suffering from a mental illness, along with an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, can be too much for some people to handle.
People showing symptoms of dual diagnosis should be referred to any Bethlehem Addiction Treatment Centers to manage their condition effectively. Once admitted, the psychiatrist first examines the person s condition. The examination involves holistic assessment (physical, mental, emotional and social), series of interviews and laboratory tests to establish the existence of dual diagnosis. If the person is found to have hallucinations, delusions, or other mental disabilities because of drug overdose, he/she would usually be detoxified first. Once the person gains his/her sanity back, he/she will then be subjected to Bethlehem substance abuse programs. These programs are made to help drug addicts realize their condition, accept who they are and cope from the addiction itself.
Other treatments will also be available such as psychopharmacology (medication treatment), psychotherapy (individual, group or family therapy) and behavioral management (made to alter behavior and help a person attain effective coping strategies).
If you want to find a way to better manage your illness and stop drinking and/or using drugs, there is help for you.
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