Understanding Alcoholism is The First Stop on The Road to Recovery
At A Road to Recovery we provide alcohol treatment and rehab for anyone struggling with substance abuse. Alcohol abuse has been a world wide epidemic for centuries. Only until this 20th century, did hospitals start taking alcoholism as a serious illness. Now in the 21st century, alcoholism is a known disease that should be treated by medical professionals.
Without attending alcohol treatment and rehab the chances of long-term sobriety are slim.
At A Road to Recovery we allow patients to explore various types of therapeutic methods, which have worked for other recovering addicts, to achieve long-term sob
Alcohol treatment and rehab is a crucial step in recovering from alcohol addiction because it allows you time, to not only detoxify your body from harmful toxins that have built up during your active addiction, but it also gives you an opportunity to meet with licensed psychologists who will work with you to find out your individual issues that caused you to start drinking.
Identifying your core issues that developed from childhood and eventually led to drinking, will further you on your path to recovery once you leave our alcohol treatment and rehab center.
We want our patients to have the best opportunity at achieving life long sobriety at A Road to Recovery so we strive to address the root of the problem.
A Road to Recovery Alcohol Treatment
Here at A Road to Recovery we provide patients with a chance to attend outside support groups every night and every weekend. We organize trips to:
- Bowling alleys
- Other fun sober activities.
The point of this is to integrate our patients into normal life while they’re still at alcohol treatment and rehab so the transition is not that shocking when they graduate and transition back to their homes.
If you or a loved one has any questions or would like more information on our alcohol treatment and rehab programs in Port St. Lucie please call us at 1-800-411-9200. Staff is available 24/7 to assist you.
Looking for Outpatient?
At a Road to Recovery we also provide outpatient treatment to working individuals and those seeking a lower level of care. Find out more about our outpatient program by calling 1-800-411-9200 for a personalized consultation.