Alcohol is often downplayed in the discussion of drugs and addiction, but in reality alcohol is one of the most abused substances in the United States. There is a relatively easy nature that comes with obtaining alcohol even for those under the legal drinking age, and this contributes to the sometimes lifelong abuse that some people face. Dependence on alcohol can be a result of excessive drinking and it can lead to physical/mental health problems as well as social/family/job responsibilities. The symptoms can become brutally uncontrollable and people facing alcohol addiction need to seek treatment just as much as addicts of hard drugs.
At Seabrook House located in rural New Jersey (NJ), Alcohol treatment can include behavioral therapy (such as counseling, cognitive therapy, or psychotherapy), medications, or their combination. Behavioral therapies offer people strategies for coping with their alcohol cravings, teach them ways to avoid alcohol and prevent relapse, and help them deal with relapse if it occurs. The best programs provide a combination of therapies and other services to meet the needs of the individual patient, which are shaped by such issues as age, race, culture, sexual orientation, gender, pregnancy, parenting, housing, and employment, as well as physical and sexual abuse.
With 2 state of the art facilities in rural New Jersey (NJ) and Western Pennsylvania (PA), Seabrook House has the facilities and expertise to handle every treatment situation to make your rehabilitation process painless.