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The journey to recovery from a drug or alcohol addiction is typically lifelong. Fortunately, the 12-step plan recognizes this to be accurate and provides you with the tools to live a life free from the pain and suffering caused by addiction. This type of program can also be helpful for the friends and family members of those ravaged by a dependence on drugs, alcohol, or other vices.
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ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT PROGRAM
Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is an inability to stop or control your drinking. Many people with AUD have unpleasant consequences as a result of drinking. You might have received a DUI or caused an accident while driving drunk.
AUD ranges from mild to severe, but it’s also progressive. Mild cases can become full-blown alcoholism in just a few years. For others, AUD develops slowly over several decades.
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The early stages of addiction recovery can be very challenging. This is especially true when you experience severe withdrawal symptoms. Because of the uncomfortable effects of withdrawal and powerful cravings that still linger, medication-assisted treatment may bring welcomed relief.
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RESIDENTIAL ADDICTION TREATMENT
Medical detox is only the very first step on the lifelong road to recovery. Entering a residential treatment program is highly recommended for detox to be genuinely successful.
From our experience, we’ve seen that most of those who attend detox without entering a residential program immediately afterward will experience a relapse. A continuum of care is needed from the detox program to a residential treatment facility to facilitate long-term recovery.
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