Alcohol Abuse Treatment

An Overview

Throughout your stay with Monument , you will have access to healthcare professionals, addiction specialists, and peer support staff to determine the most appropriate treatment plan based on individual needs and circumstances. Remember that recovery is a process that requires ongoing support and commitment.

Alcohol abuse is a serious problem that can have detrimental effects on physical health, mental well-being, and relationships. If you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol abuse, seeking professional help is important. Here are some common treatment approaches we provide for alcohol abuse:

  1. Outpatient Rehabilitation: Outpatient programs allow individuals to live at home while attending therapy sessions and support groups regularly. This option offers flexibility for those with less severe alcohol abuse or those who have completed an inpatient program. Outpatient treatment typically involves counseling, therapy, and support group participation.

  2. Behavioral Therapies: Various evidence-based behavioral therapies are effective in treating alcohol abuse. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) helps individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors associated with alcohol abuse. Motivational interviewing and contingency management are other approaches that can be used to enhance motivation for change and reinforce positive behaviors.

  3. Support Groups: During your stay at Monument you will be exposed to mulitple 12 step fellowships for support and guidance in your early recovery.  Our team will transport you to and from meetings in our comfortable 15 passenger van.

  4. Dual Diagnosis Treatment: For individuals who have both alcohol abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders, integrated treatment approaches that address both conditions simultaneously are necessary. 

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