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Alcohol Treatment

Alcohol Treatment– Call (337) 227-92801 to Get Help Now!

Our treatment center helps women and men liberate themselves from alcohol addiction. Frequently, people watch as alcohol addiction damages their family, friendships, and professional successes, they might give in because they don’t know where to turn for a helping hand, or if they are able to be helped at all.  Fear and shame keep them quiet, complicating their recovery. Addiction is complicated by feelings of guilt and shame, and these feelings may keep people quiet. Start fighting dependency now! We understand that everyone has the power to change their lifestyle for the better, ending the cycle of addiction. If you are in the Lafayette, LA area, speak with a recovery professional regarding methods to end dependency; call (337) 227-9280 now!

Dangers of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol plays a complex function in many physical illnesses, medical problems, and psychological disorders. Perhaps the best known effect of alcohol use is liver problems, such as steatosis (fatty liver), alcoholic hepatitis (liver irritation), fibrosis (formation of excessive tissue in the liver), and cirrhosis (hardening). Since the liver is the place that many poisons are removed from the body, a non-functioning liver can and does result in death. Other organs are also in danger, including the pancreas, which begins to produce toxic substances if alcohol is consumed, and can lead to pancreatitis. Many varieties of cancer may result from alcohol consumption, including mouth, esophagus, throat, liver, and breast. Also, drinking – even binge drinking on a single occasion – cripples the immune system and causes users to be at risk of diseases like pneumonia and tuberculosis. Heart complications, such as stretching of the heart and abnormal heartbeat, and stroke are typical medical conditions of alcoholics and alcohol abusers.

The brain can also be adversely affected on account of alcohol use. Even infrequently consuming too much (binging) has negative side effects, such as decreased inhibitions, motor impairment, confusion, coma, breathing problems, and even death. Increased risk of vehicle injuries, violent or unsafe behavior, suicide, and homicide are also consequences of alcohol use disorders. People that continuously misuse alcohol regularly suffer from emotional problems and other mental issues, but their body suffers as well. We serve clients who not only suffer from alcohol use disorders, but the other mental issues that often accompany it.

Custom-Designed Treatment Programs

Everyone is an individual, and no two people have the same treatment needs. We offer reasonably priced, efficient treatment plans that can be completed in one, two, or three months, depending on the client’s needs. While some addicts can reach sobriety in a 28-day program, the longer the treatment program is, the higher the chance of achieving long term sobriety. At our treatment center, every client’s individual situation is analyzed during the intake period, and the most efficient and most effective therapy plans are determined. They offer the greatest mix of affordable outpatient costs, mixed with the same 24-hour monitored care that might be expected in high quality inpatient facilities.

How We Will Help

Depending on the profoundness of the alcohol use disorder, detoxification can also be essential prior to rehab. Detoxing without medical help is extremely hazardous for severe alcoholics, and can even be fatal. People suffering from alcohol use disorders can detoxify in a monitored atmosphere, overseen by our educated clinical staff. It is incredibly important to obtain treatment after detox, since detox only assists the addict in withdrawing from their substance of abuse. In order to really experience recovery, rehab, or treatment, is really the only option. If you  are in the Lafayette, LA area and looking for treatment, call today. For additional information regarding alcohol use disorders, locations of treatment facilities, or for advice concerning coping with alcohol abuse, please call the our alcoholism recovery specialists at (337) 227-9280.