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At Pacific Hills, our staff members include specialists in drug and alcohol abuse treatment. They use the most current rehabilitation methods, including group and individual counseling. Clients learn the long-term consequences of drug and alcohol abuse and become familiar with the emotional, psychosocial and spiritual implications.

 

Recognizing that co-occurring psychological and emotional concerns can impede the treatment process of some clients, we include counseling and psychotherapy as part of our treatment for alcohol disorders. In particular, the segments on recognizing signs of relapse and prevention of relapse offer clients strategies for overcoming urges to turn again to drug and alcohol abuse.

The 12 Steps program of Alcoholics Anonymous is a well-established protocol to overcome addiction. The program is based on a spiritual relationship with God, however the client understand God to be. We encourage more freedom to explore this relationship in our Traditional program, and center our non-denominational Christian 12 Step program on Christ.

Long-standing research has demonstrated that treatment is crucial in overcoming alcohol addictions and similar destructive actions. Our alcohol rehab programs can be effective in helping clients prevent relapses and start healthy lives, free from the power of substance addictions.

Because of the long-term, in-depth natures of alcohol addiction and recovery from addiction, treatment includes multiple phases and is based on numerous principles. These principles guide the alcohol rehab program at Pacific Hills. They include the following:

  • Most individuals need more than a single alcohol rehabilitation treatment.
  • Treatment for alcohol addictions must be accessible to clients.
  • Alcohol rehabilitation facilities must not only address alcohol addiction, but also co-existing and underlying conditions.
  • Residential programs can be more effective under some circumstances.
  • Effective treatment is catered to the individual client, and needs and course of treatment must be re-evaluated and modified often to meet changing needs.
  • Alcohol rehabilitation should include behavioral therapy and individual and group counseling to be more effective.
  • Prescription medications can be needed for treating some co-existing conditions and reducing symptoms of substance withdrawal. The proper use of medicines can improve the effectiveness of therapy.
  • Treatment for alcohol abuse should also address treatment for other disorders when present.
  • Withdrawal symptoms can be reduced with medications and medical treatment, but successful long-term alcohol rehab also includes behavior change programs.
  • Alcohol rehab treatment should be combined with medical treatment for increased effectiveness.
  • A solid alcohol rehab program also watches for drug use as clients are withdrawing from alcohol use.
  • Clients checking in to alcohol rehab programs should be evaluated for infectious diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and tuberculosis. They should receive information on how their behaviors can affect their changes of acquiring or spreading infectious diseases.
  • Ongoing treatment for alcohol rehab is usually necessary, because the process is long and relapse can occur. Follow-up support can include group meetings and individual counseling.

Searching for an alcohol rehab program can be frustrating, but an easy phone call can get you started. Dial our toll-free number to talk to a caring counselor in a confidential setting. We will help direct your search for help as we guide you through the decision-making process for an outcome that is best for you and your family.

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Pacific Hills Treatment Centers, Inc.
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