Residential alcohol Addiction Treatment

Last Updated May 19, 2022
We treat alcohol Use Disorder
Tranquility Woods offers residential treatment for clients struggling with alcohol use disorders. Our program offers a blend of medical, clinical, and holistic expertise. We also provide on-site alcohol detox as part of our residential program. In addition to our medical treatments, clients are exposed to a high volume of individual therapy, and other holistic modalities to help kickstart the healing process.
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How We Treat alcohol Dependency

Alcohol dependency affects millions of people worldwide. Our goal here at Tranquility Woods is to help alleviate the physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms during the initial phases of alcohol detoxification. We do not consider alcohol or substance abuse to be a moral failing, but rather a set of conditions that, with proper treatment, lasting recovery can be achieved.

Our process starts with an initial medical and psychological evaluation. This is an attempt to understand and treat any withdrawal effects the client may be experiencing. Our team then prescribed medications to help minimize the withdrawal symptoms.

Our average alcohol detox protocols range from 5 to 10 days. Part of our 28+ day alcohol rehab program.

Of course, every client has a unique medical detox protocol that works best for them, so the ultimate length of this detoxification will vary. We use a combination of medications that help treat the discomfort associated with alcohol detoxification. We can prescribe medications to help with trouble sleeping, shakiness, blood pressure, nausea, and more.

The first few days in our care help the client feel as comfortable as possible in a safe and 24-hour staffed environment.

Alcohol Addiction Treatment Methods

Once the initial phases of alcohol detoxification are completed, addressing the psychological component is our next phase of recovery. We will start to dive into cognitive behavioral therapy and mental health therapy multiple hours every week in private sessions. On average we guarantee four to five individual counseling sessions weekly, in addition to our robust group therapy.

Individual therapy sessions are one of our core components in developing a customized treatment plan. Topics have included treating depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, Stress management, family, relationships, and more.

We find that in order to truly start recovering from the patterns of alcohol consumption, the underlying causes and conditions must be addressed. Our program options range from 28-90 days in our residential addiction treatment program.

More Information about alcohol

Alcohol, sometimes referred to by the chemical name ethanol, is a psychoactive drug that is the active ingredient in drinks such as beer, wine, and distilled spirits (hard liquor). It is one of the oldest and most common recreational substances, causing the characteristic effects of alcohol intoxication ("drunkenness"). According to the 2019 NSDUH, 14.5 million (nearly 15 million) people ages 12 and older had Alcohol use disorder.
Wikipedia page on alcohol

We accept Health Insurance

Please note: we can use health insurance with out-of-network benefits towards the cost of care.

Our Treatment Philosophy

We believe that drugs and alcohol are not the root or cause of addiction ~ There is usually an underlying problem, that if not addressed, will cause success to be short-lived. We know that if we treat the whole person, success can be lifelong. We believe it is imperative to develop a personalized recovery plan for every client and to not take a “cookie-cutter approach.” By combining the best blend of techniques and determining what will be most effective for each individual, we believe our clients will be better positioned to live a healthy, successful life in recovery.

Dual Diagnosis Alcohol Treatment

In addition to providing stabilization and treatment for alcohol and substance use disorders, our program is specially designed to treat underlying mental health disorders. We find that most clients struggling with maintaining continuous sobriety, there is usually conditions that have not been effectively processed, diagnosed or managed.