Alcohol addiction is the most common form of chemical dependency. What often begins as innocent or seemingly appropriate drinking can rapidly lead to addiction. Tragically, many who suffer from alcoholism do so for years, without acknowledging or addressing their addiction. Too often, alcoholics are labeled ‘functioning alcoholics,’ but actually they live a life of total ‘dysfunction,’ wherein their existence degenerates into nothing but a string of days, months, and years of miserable dependence upon alcohol. Please understand – it is never too early, or too late, to get help. If you or a loved one is an alcoholic or if you even suspect it, please contact us for an honest, confidential assessment, right over the phone. We can help right now. Alcoholism is highly destructive, often causing job loss, destruction of family and/or other relationships, demise of health, and even death. Thankfully, recovery from alcohol addiction occurs every day. The Miramar alcohol rehab center program is the most comprehensive alcohol addiction treatment program in the field, today. Our proven treatment provides healing from alcoholism. You or a loved one can overcome addiction to alcohol - we witness it everyday at our treatment program. We have helped clients from all over California, including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and more. You're never too far from Miramar to find the care and attention you deserve.
Alcohol Abuse Program Methods
We incorporate only proven methods of treatment for alcoholism. We employ both progressive and traditional practices:
The first step in the treatment process. Under the care and supervision of our additional specializing physician, clients are provided medication to enable them to sleep and be as comfortable as possible for the few days required for the body to fully rid itself of alcohol toxins. Our patients are monitored multiple times per day by highly trained professionals. During the detox period, clients typically rest and relax, participating in other activities as they are ready to do so.
Treatment & Alcohol Rehab Center Plan
Each client’s individual treatment plan is created by our medical and clinical team to meet the specific and individualized needs of the client. Once the plan is created, it is used as the client’s ‘blueprint’ or ‘map’ during his/her treatment period.
Individualized One-On-One Therapy
We provide numerous individual therapy sessions each week, conducted in a private, protective environment, wherein deep therapy occurs to address and resolve the underlying issues that drive alcohol addiction. We know that only when these issues are fully resolved can true healing and lasting sobriety occur.
Comprehensive Addiction Counseling and Education.
We provide 2-3 daily therapy and educational treatment sessions, which are critical to understanding and engaging in treatment and the life-style changes required for lasting recovery from alcoholism.
Experience has taught us how critical the involvement, support and understanding of loved ones are to the recovery of the alcoholic. We provide weekly phone therapy and education sessions to supportive loved ones, so that all can engage in healing from alcoholism. When loved ones are able to come to our treatment program, we provide several hours of personal ‘Family/Loved Therapy’ at our facility, in addition to the phone sessions. Our clients come from all over California. With family in Los Angeles, San Diego, or San Francisco, we understand that some clients may feel homesick, which is why we allow the use of the phone sessions to connect with family from miles away.
Enjoying all types of activities, while undergoing alcohol addiction treatment, is beneficial on numerous levels:
Case Management / Discharge Planning
Each client is assigned a personal Case Manager, who is qualified and trained to manage and modify, as indicated, the treatment plan, while the client is in treatment. Before the client has completed his/her treatment period, a comprehensive, customized discharge plan is created, which enables the client to continue his/her progress, once he/she leaves the alcohol rehab centers.