About Our Treatment Programs
Comprehensive Individual Assessments
Individual assessments are the cornerstone to successful addiction treatment and the ability to have lasting recovery. Tailored to your abilities, we aim to make your recovery effective and permanent.
Drug Addiction Resources
With our multi-disciplinary staff and combined experiences that cover all elements of addiction recovery, you will find all the resources you need to be well informed and aware of your choices.
What Causes Alcohol Addiction?
Alcohol addiction develops gradually. Repeated consumption of alcohol will cause fluctuations in the standard balance of chemicals in the brain. As use continues, one’s judgment and perception of pain and pleasure may become skewed.
Consistent alcohol exposure will cause your body to build a tolerance to it. The effects originally delivered through minor consumption will later require double the initial level of alcohol, if not more, encouraging further consumption.
Alcoholism vs. Problem Drinking
Alcohol abuse, or problem drinking, refers to drinking habits that are self-destructive, but do not necessarily interfere with basic functioning. Someone who is a problem drinker may regularly drink in excess without risking their job, relationships or safety.
We hope this page helps you make a decision to choose recovery. Explore the information, and if you have questions, please call us right away, and we’ll answer any questions you have about getting treatment for alcoholism, going through detox, or the rehab experience.
Drug detoxification can be the first step toward a healthier, more positive future. But the prospect of going through detox and withdrawal is frightening to many drug users. How will withdrawal feel? Will detox be uncomfortable, painful, or embarrassing? How will you handle the stress and emotional pain of life without drugs? Refer to the following content below and become confident about your decision in committing to a drug detox program.
Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome occurs when someone who has participated in long-term alcohol abuse suddenly stops drinking or significantly reduces their alcohol intake unexpectedly. Continued and excessive alcohol use eventually interferes with the brain’s natural functions, disrupting neurotransmitters that send messages to your central nervous system.
Residential Inpatient Treatment
We are totally designed and set to help clients and families everywhere to have the utmost in any rehab process. Our unparalleled inpatient addiction treatment programs are available to anyone throughout the country.
Each client at Addiction Recovery Network is assigned a multidisciplinary treatment team, made up of experienced, dedicated professionals from various disciplines such as:
- On intake for our inpatient program the team will talk extensively with the client and their family to get best aquainted with our client and to start with an initial assessment and then based on those assessments, then design an individual treatment plan based on psych state, mental health, substance abuse history, and other factors, including any co-occurring addictions, disorders, or other problems. They collaborate daily to ensure that every person is progressing as they should in treatment.
A physician or nurse practitioner will provide a basic medical assessment for each person entering treatment at Addiction Recovery Network. This allows the medical team to assess the health of the client and determine whether or not medical detoxification (detox) is necessary. The medical assessment includes blood and urine screenings, analysis of an individual’s medical history and addiction assessments. At the same time, the medical staff will also assess the need for adjunctive medications for significant medical issues, such as chronic pain, diabetes, or cardiac problems are addressed and considered in a client’s individualized treatment plan.