Alcohol Addiction Rehab in Maryland
We specialize in treating alcohol use disorder. Our minimum treatment stay is 30 days with medication-assisted detoxification, and we accept most major health insurance.
Alcohol Detoxification and Monitoring
An important part of our approach at Tranquility Woods is offering prescription alcohol detoxification. This means that when someone comes to us with an alcohol addiction, we can help them safely stop drinking using prescribed medications. Our medical team closely monitors each person during this phase, ensuring their safety and addressing any complications that may arise. This careful monitoring and support are crucial in preparing individuals for the next steps in their recovery journey.
Integrated Treatment Planning
We know everyone's situation is different, especially when dealing with both addiction and mental health problems. We make a special plan for each person, which looks at their addiction, their mental health, and what they want to achieve.
Team of Experts
Our team includes professionals with expertise in addiction medicine, psychiatry, psychology, counseling, and holistic therapies. This diversity allows us to address all aspects of dual diagnosis from various professional perspectives, ensuring a well-rounded approach to treatment.
We use a range of evidence-based therapies known to be effective in treating dual diagnosis. This includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which helps in identifying and changing negative thought patterns that contribute to addiction and mental health issues; Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), which is effective in teaching coping skills; and other therapeutic modalities tailored to individual needs.
When necessary, our psychiatric team provides medication management services. This includes the careful selection and monitoring of medications that can help manage symptoms of mental health disorders, as well as medications that support recovery from alcohol addiction.
Holistic and Supportive Therapies
Recognizing the importance of holistic care, we offer therapies such as mindfulness and meditation, yoga, nutritional counseling, and recreational therapies. These practices support overall well-being and are integral in managing mental health and fostering recovery from addiction.
We involve family members in the treatment process as appropriate. Family therapy can be a key component in understanding the dynamics of addiction and mental health, providing support to the client and educating family members on how to best support their loved one.
Continued Aftercare Support
As outlined in our aftercare program, we ensure that each individual receives ongoing support tailored to their needs post-treatment. This could include arrangements for sober living, continued therapy sessions, and connections to support groups that specifically address dual diagnosis.
Residential Program Overview
At Tranquility Woods, we take an all-in approach to addiction and mental health treatment. Our program starts at 30 days, with extension options up to 90 days. Our integrated approach includes a wide-range of treatment methods and therapies.
We prescribe medications and monitor you through alcohol detox. Prescriptions may come with additional cost.
To understand the link between alcohol addiction and mental health.
Mental Health Evaluation
Initial assessment that helps craft your master treatment plan.
Mental Health Therapy
Private family therapy weekly. Personalized to each family system.
Although we prefer the holistic approach to recovery, we do provide Psychiatric evaluations and diagnosis.
We help you stay regimented with your prescribed medications.
Access to our on-site medical team throughout your stay.
Alcohol + Depression
Alcohol can amplify depressive symptoms due to its depressant effects on the brain. People with depression might use alcohol to self-medicate, but alcohol often worsens their mood in the long term.
Alcohol + Anxiety
Alcohol can temporarily reduce anxiety but often leads to increased anxiety levels as the effects wear off. This can create a cycle of dependence on alcohol to relieve anxiety.
Alcohol + PTSD
Individuals with PTSD may use alcohol to numb their emotional pain and traumatic memories, but alcohol misuse can increase the likelihood of re-experiencing traumatic events or worsen PTSD symptoms.
Alcohol + Grief
Alcohol can be used to numb the pain of grief, but it can also delay the processing of bereavement and lead to prolonged or complicated grief disorders.