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Alcohol Rehab Program

If you are among the millions of Americans affected by alcohol use disorder, Discovery Point offers the comprehensive treatment you need to overcome your addiction. Our alcohol rehab centers in the Dallas, Texas area provide a safe space for you to receive quality care and focus on a full recovery. 

The residential and outpatient programs at our accredited rehab centers incorporate the best traditional and new-age approaches to effective treatment of alcohol use disorder. Our comfortable healing spaces are supported by our dedicated healthcare professionals and staff.

At Discovery Point, we have a deep understanding of what you’re going through in your battle with alcohol. We believe a comprehensive, holistic approach to substance abuse treatment is best for long-term success in alcohol recovery. It’s about treating more than just the harmful behavior or withdrawal symptoms; it addresses all aspects of your life to build a solid foundation for long-term sobriety.

Clinical Director Greg Powers talks about how to know when alcohol use becomes a problem, signs and symptoms of alcohol addiction, medical concerns when detoxing from alcohol and our approach to treatment.

Safe and effective alcohol detox program

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms range from mild to serious medical concerns. Because alcohol use can cause biochemical changes within the brain and body, adjusting to a lack of alcohol in the system may be difficult. Chronic alcohol use may also cause serious damage to the liver, kidneys and other organs, which can eventually be fatal.

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms may include:

Receiving treatment through an accredited alcohol clinic such as Discovery Point is crucial for maintaining your well-being throughout the recovery process. You will be under 24-hour monitoring throughout detox, and medication may be prescribed to help alleviate withdrawal symptoms.

Overcoming alcoholism with therapy

Therapy is one of the most important aspects of alcohol recovery. Relapse rates increase if you do not have some form of therapy, because the true cause of your addiction is never addressed.

At our alcohol rehab in Dallas, we use therapeutic methods such as cognitive and dialectical behavior therapy, equine therapy, and family therapy in our treatment plans.

These therapies help you change the thinking and behavior that cause you to turn to alcohol for relief. They also help you to build coping skills necessary for relapse prevention. Continued care beyond completion of inpatient alcohol rehab helps to strengthen these coping mechanisms and provide additional support in early recovery.

How Alcohol Rehab Works

The decision to seek alcohol rehab with Discovery Point Retreat is the first step in a transformative, personal journey to a brighter future. Offering a full continuum of care, we are prepared to support clients at any stage of the recovery process. This includes:

Inpatient Alcohol Rehab: Inpatient residential treatment helps clients focus inward on healing and building a solid foundation for a sober future. By removing yourself from triggering environments and limiting exposure to external influences, residential treatment maintains recovery as the priority. At Discovery Point Retreat, our inpatient alcohol rehab locations offer the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With two locations near Waxahachie and Ennis, our ranch style facilities feel more like a home than a hospital or clinic. Our residential programs combine traditional and holistic care options to create a personalized treatment regimen for each client.

Partial Hospitalization: Traditionally used as a transitional phase between residential and outpatient levels of care, partial hospitalization (PHP) provides the same level of direct, client-centered therapeutic care while allowing you to return home or to a sober living facility each night. This level of care is ideal for clients who do not require round the clock supervision and support to maintain sobriety.

Outpatient Alcohol Program: Outpatient programs help to increase accessibility to care for many clients. Both Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) and Outpatient Programs (OP) offer greater flexibility for those with external obligations at home or work. With day and evening options to fit any schedule, outpatient programs make it possible to prioritize sobriety in everyday life.

Treatment for Alcohol Abuse and Co-occurring Disorders

Co-occurring mental health disorders are common among people with alcohol use disorders. Alcohol use is often a means of self-medicating to reduce symptoms of an underlying condition. You may drink to relieve anxiety or cope with past traumas.

Alcohol abuse rehab focuses on addressing these root causes of addiction to help prevent relapse and improve your quality of life. At Discovery Point, we provide dual diagnosis treatment of alcohol abuse and mental health disorders simultaneously. Our alcohol rehab program will be customized to comprehensively and effectively address all of your specific needs, giving you the best chance for lifelong recovery.

Sober Living Beyond Alcohol Rehab

Discovering new passions and hobbies is a major part of early recovery. Finding new ways to have fun without the influence of alcohol can be challenging, so Discovery Point Retreat provides guidance to help clients explore recovery-friendly options. Our inpatient alcohol rehab programs include weekly group outings to explore local attractions and recreational activities. These outings may include trips to museums, parks, and sporting events. Group activities such as bowling, trips to the movies, and other forms of entertainment help to shape life in recovery.

Today is the day that you can start your recovery from alcohol use disorder! Contact our alcohol rehab at Discovery Point Retreat at 855-306-8054 and get the professional treatment services that can change your life.

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