Q HEALTH can help you to understand your addiction or your loved one’s addiction
88,000 people each year die from alcohol-related causes, 16.6 million Americans over the age of 18 abuse alcohol. Alcohol is still the most abused substance in the country; it is readily available, and reasonably priced. What may start as a casual recreational drink, can easily morph into dependency. The risk of developing dependency increases with certain other disorders including depression, anxiety, PTSD, and chronic pain. Alcohol addiction is unique for everyone, no two individuals are alike or have the same struggles. When we see a loved one struggling with addiction it is hard for us to understand the disease. We may not understand why they don’t just stop using. Can’t they see how they are hurting themselves?
Effective Alcohol Treatment
An interdisciplinary approach to recovery from alcohol dependency requires group and individual counseling, exploration of past traumas and unresolved emotions, career and education counseling, healthy activity, creative practice, identification of triggers, and the development of a relapse prevention program. At Q Health, our professional team works individually with our clients to facilitate the transition to a healthy, satisfying, and productive lifestyle. Breaking your cycle of dependency is your top priority. Through our evidence-based alcohol treatment and recovery program, you can begin a new journey, without compulsive alcohol abuse.
Why get Treatment?
Alcoholism causes problems in relationships, lowers productivity, adversely affects physical coordination and cognitive abilities. Continued abuse can lead to serious health conditions. Many individuals struggling with alcoholism suffer from a weakened immune system, depression, anxiety, high blood pressure, heart conditions, liver problems including cirrhosis, and certain types of cancer.In addition to the wide array of health conditions, alcoholism can cause serious problems within relationships, lead to financial instability, loss of a career, loss of custody of children, and divorce. If you are ready to move forward with your life without a dependency on alcohol, contact us today. We will do an initial, confidential assessment and explain more about our recovery programs available at one of our beautiful South Florida facilities. Contact us today for more information. Our counselors are always available to help you during this difficult time.