Guide to Alcoholism Treatment
Alcohol.org is brought to you by American Addiction Centers (AAC), a leading provider of addiction treatment services across the U.S. We know why you’re here - we’ve been there before. Below is our guide to taking the first steps toward recovery.
- Arranging Travel
- Planning Treatment
- Medical Detox
- Custom Programs
- Treatment Facilities
American Addiction Centers provides personalized addiction services to those in need of help, and their loved ones. Everyone deserves the highest quality of treatment, marked by clinical excellence, individualized care, and a supportive community. We work with a wide range of health insurance providers and offer payment plans to make effective alcoholism treatment as accessible as possible.
A Team of Professionals Working Alongside You
When you call any number on Alcohol.org, you will be connected with one of AAC’s admissions navigators. This person will be assigned to you and your loved ones to see you through the entire evaluation and admissions process. Your Admissions Navigator will communicate with our logistics teams, who handle:
We book flights, drivers, and even have a medically trained sober escort service to drive patients to and from the facility.
During travel, your assigned admissions navigator will be in constant contact with you and your loved ones.Getting Admitted
We personalize your treatment program to your specific needs. Length of treatment and facility you attend will be dependent on your customized program.
Treatment can last from 1 week to 60 or more days.Planning Your Treatment
We employ nurses, therapists, case managers, psychiatrists, and more, each of whom play a crucial role in the rehabilitation process.
Our staff is here to provide you the highest quality of treatment.Treatment Professionals
Understanding Medical Detox
Alcohol withdrawal may range from mild to physically dangerous. Our highly trained staff provide supervised, medical detox to help avoid withdrawal complications and make sure detox is completed safely and effectively.Detox & Other Care
We’re committed to your recovery. When you invest and successfully complete 90 consecutive days at an American Addiction Centers facility, we believe that you have created the most solid foundation for your long-term goals of sobriety. In the event that you experience a relapse, you are welcome back for a complimentary 30 days of our treatment. This is our promise to you.
Insurance Coverage for Treatment
American Addiction Centers (AAC) works with many insurance providers. By verifying insurance with AAC, we will:
We may accept insurance from providers not listed
Personalized Treatment Programs
Here at American Addiction Centers (AAC), we create customized treatment programs for each of our patients. We know that everyone is different, so we offer many services to address each person’s individual recovery needs accordingly.
In addition to detox services, AAC facilities also offer alternative therapies to assist you on your path to recovery. We offer art therapy, music therapy, yoga, and meditation just to name a few.Alternative Therapies
Substance use disorders and mental health conditions often overlap with each other. When they co-occur, regardless of which one developed first, each condition may influence the course of the other.Co-Occurring Disorders
First responders and veterans may face unique challenges. AAC caters to these groups battling addiction and other mental health issues, such as PTSD, depression, grief, and anxiety.Treating Veterans
Medical Care Technology
Along with an array of therapies and services, American Addiction Centers (AAC) utilizes state of the art medical technology to ensure you or your loved one has the best chance at a successful recovery.
A person’s genetic make up can tell us how that individual will react to certain medication. With just a non-invasive swab, AAC’s dedicated toxicology lab allows us to customize your treatment so that medication assistance is as safe and effective as possible.
Used during medical detox, this technology detects signs of physical distress during the withdrawal process. EarlySense sensors are placed underneath detox beds in order to monitor a person’s vitals, such as breathing rate, heart rate, and movement.
Have Questions About Facilities?
Our admissions navigators would love to support you. Please call the number below so we can answer your questions about facilities, treatment plans, or addiction.
All American Addiction Centers facilities are Joint Commission or CARF accredited.
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