Alcoholism Treatment Guide
Taking the first step to seeking professional help for alcoholism can not only be difficult but can also feel exceedingly overwhelming. Whether it’s for you or someone you love, choosing where to seek treatment, what to look for within a facility, or what to expect while in recovery can make the process seem even more challenging.
With this in mind, Alcohol.org has created an easy-to-understand alcohol addiction treatment guide based on American Addiction Centers’ (AAC) approach to treating alcoholism. AAC is a leading provider of addiction treatment services across the U.S. and offers a combination of proven therapies and services to meet your individual needs.
As a subsidiary of AAC, Alcohol.org is committed to making recovery accessible to everyone in need, while offering further insight into this chronic disease which affects more than 14 million people worldwide.1 In the following pages, you’ll find information on frequently asked questions regarding rehab and alcoholism treatment so that you can successfully begin your journey toward recovery today.
Your Step-by-Step Guide to Treatment
How to Get Admitted Into Alcohol Rehab
Once you’ve made the decision to seek treatment, the admissions process is the next step.
AAC is Committed to Providing Critical Addiction Treatment Amidst Coronavirus
AAC remains open and committed to serving the millions of individuals struggling with addiction
Paying for Alcohol Addiction Treatment With AAC
Don't let finances stop you from seeking treatment. There are options available for every person.
What Makes Alcohol Addiction Treatment Unique?
Alcoholism treatment can help you learn how to manage addiction and live a healthier life.
How AAC Creates Your Recovery Treatment Plan
We aim to create customized treatment plans for all of our patients.
Levels of Care for Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Check out the various levels of care provided by AAC at our nationwide facilities.
AAC’s Unique Medical Capabilities
AAC utilizes an array of unique medical capabilities to offer patients a tailored rehab experience.
Meet AAC’s Industry Experts & Treatment Professionals
Meet AAC's network of industry experts who will guide you through your recovery journey.
Treating Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
Often times, mental health and substance use disorders coexist together as co-occurring conditions.
Alternative Therapies Offered at AAC
AAC offers everything from equine and pet therapy to music, art and meditation programs.
AAC’s Unique Specialized Tracks & Groups
We offer a number of unique specialized tracks that may better serve you in your recovery journey.
Our Commitment to Treating Veterans Battling Alcoholism
Our Salute to Recovery program caters to veteran and first responder populations battling addiction.
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