Our PHP or partial-hospitalization rehab program will help you work towards a life of long-term sobriety and provide you with the tools you need to become successful.
Intensive outpatient alcohol rehabilitation will include three to five group counseling sessions per week. Here individuals can learn coping tools to successfully maintain a life of long-term sobriety.
We will provide you with an addiction counselor that can help you learn to avoid the urge to use alcohol. Our individualized therapy sessions can help individuals get to the root of their addiction.
Does your drinking cause you any of these problems?
If drinking has become a major problem in your life, don’t worry, help is available. Our alcohol treatment center in Memphis Tennessee and we will provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan that will aid you in your steps to recovery.
Chronic drinking can seriously harm your body over time and can even cause you to get cirrhosis of the liver. Besides causing your liver to constantly lose valuable cells that help your body function properly, this disease also causes irreversible scarring.
If you are ready to take the step and get treatment for your alcohol problem, then let us explain how we can get you back to living a healthy, sober lifestyle.
Our experienced doctors and staff will provide you with an individualized treatment plan which will help you transition back into your life without the need for alcohol.
When you choose PAX Memphis Recovery Center as your alcohol treatment facility, you can rest assured your detox will be pain free because our doctors will provide you with medication that will help eliminate the normal symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.
We will also help get you into group therapy sessions that will allow you to share your thoughts with other individuals who have had similar experiences with alcohol and who can provide you support from this difficult time in your life.
When you choose our PHP level treatment facility to help you with your alcohol problem, we treat it the same way we would for a patient having other substance abuse issues. Alcohol is still an addictive drug and is treated at our sober living facility as such.
Your success in recovery depends on how much you want to quit drinking and how much effort you put into our alcohol treatment program. We will help you identify necessary steps that you can take in order to free yourself from physical dependence, but only you can decide how successful you will be after you leave our facility.
Many people believe that just because alcohol is a legal substance that it also means that it has little impact on their health. Unfortunately, alcohol is a dangerous drug and can cause a wide variety of health problems. Drinking too much alcohol can lead to cirrhosis of the liver which is a progressive disease that makes your liver unable to heal itself. Patients with this disease can also end up developing liver cancer from complications associated with cirrhosis which leads to an enormous amount of suffering.
Detoxing from alcohol at home is never a safe idea. In fact, alcohol withdrawal is actually more dangerous than detoxing from most illicit street drugs. Trying to do this on your own can lead to heart palpitations, panic attacks, delirium, psychosis, seizures, and even death. Our experienced doctors can help you avoid dangerous and unwanted side effects by prescribing you medication during your stay with us, so that you can detox safely.
We never advise patients to use alcohol in any amount after receiving treatment for their alcohol addiction. Often times, one drink leads to two and that leads back to the vicious cycle you worked so hard to get out of. Living an alcohol free life can be overwhelming at first, but it can be achieved with persistence.
We offer two different types of addiction counseling here at PAX Memphis Recovery Center. You will be encouraged to attend have sessions with your own independent addiction therapist as well as attend several group counseling sessions every week. We also encourage all of our patients that stay here at our addiction treatment facility to attend either Narcotics Anonymous (NA) or Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) after you have completed your stay with us.
Contact us to receive help for alcohol addiction. For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.