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Alcohol Rehab

Treating America’s Most Common Addiction

Alcohol rehab addresses the behavioral aspects of alcohol abuse. As patients go through detox and are medically stabilized, they begin rehab and behavior modification as part of their comprehensive treatment program. Alcohol rehab is critical to the treatment process because it allows patients to regroup, regain their confidence and start to rebuild their lives. Recovery Unplugged Texas offers comprehensive treatment at our Austin alcohol rehab facility to help our clients learn to live a life free from alcohol.

Types of Alcohol Rehab

We are pleased to offer a wide array of targeted alcohol rehab programs, including:

  • Partial-Care (Partial-Hospitalization)
  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
  • Outpatient
  • Inpatient

Our Austin alcohol rehab program provides the guidance, personal attention and quality needed to successfully overcome alcohol dependency. We recognize that many patients will require a deeper level of care, and offer quality inpatient alcohol rehab for those that need it.

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Benefits of Professional Alcohol Rehab

When a person becomes addicted to alcohol, every area of their life suffers. Their physical health, their finances, their relationships with their families, and their entire quality of life is negatively impacted by their drinking. This means they need comprehensive help beyond the physical issues of their addiction to manage their recovery on a long-term basis. Professional alcohol rehab helps clients learn how to manage their alcoholism each day without relapsing and derailing their sobriety. Quality alcohol rehab often means the difference between long-term success and relapse. Patients address the root causes of their addiction, identify and manage relapse triggers, develop strategies to help avoid temptation and more.

Alcohol Rehab

Alcohol Rehab at Recovery Unplugged Texas

The relationship between art and alcoholism has long been thought to be negative. We think of the professional musician, writer or visual artist who’s destined for alcohol abuse because of the rigors of the creative process and the struggle to ascend to the top of their craft. At our Austin alcohol rehab facility, Recovery Unplugged strives to show patients that music can actually help heal alcohol addiction rather than exacerbate it. Our clinical staff of doctors and mental health professionals works side by side with our creative professionals to offer patients a truly unforgettable and distinct music-based recovery experience. One of our goals is to have patients integrate music into their daily recovery after they leave our treatment program.

Patients undergo a wide array of music-based therapies, including songwriting, creative writing, musical performance production and more to help them confront emotions that have remained internalized to the detriment of their psychological health. These emotions are very often the drivers of substance abuse and can be tough to access in traditional talk therapy. Music helps patients overcome the insecurities and inhibitions that have held them back, and are often able to articulate their emotions better through written words, whether it’s a song or poem. Don’t let alcohol addiction stop you from moving forward. Call Recovery Unplugged Texas today at (855) 384-6340 to start healing.

What Does Alcohol Rehab Entail?

Each person’s alcohol rehab will vary according to their individual care needs. Some clients might need help with a co-occurring mental disorder, like anxiety, depression or PTSD. In these cases, Recovery Unplugged offers quality treatment for both conditions. Alcohol rehab programs generally include: group therapy, individual counseling, supplemental therapies, aftercare and more. The primary goal of alcohol rehab is to equip patients with the personal strength and confidence they need to live an independent, fulfilling and alcohol-free life.