Alcohol Treatment Center
Alcoholism affects millions of people worldwide. The disease of alcoholism continues to be a growing problem in our society. The National Center for Biotechnology Information estimates that one in six Americans has a problem with drinking.
Alcoholism can affect anyone – it does not matter your age, race, or financial status. This is a disease that can strike even the most unsuspecting victims, although genetics do play a role in the possible development of alcoholism. If someone in your family has or had a drinking problem, the risk for your own development of a drinking problem is increased.
Environmental factors can also be a contributing factor towards alcoholism. If you grew up in a home where regular or heavy drinking was considered “normal”, then you could develop a drinking problem later in life.
On the other side of the coin, other people who grew up in an alcohol-free home later suffer from alcoholism. The “Why” is not nearly as important as the “What.” As in, “What do I do now?” If you think you have a problem with drinking, His House can help!
The first step in getting help is admitting you could have a problem.
A few questions you might want to ask yourself are:
- Has family or friends ever commented on your drinking habits?
If you answered yes to three or more of these questions, you could have a problem with alcohol.
Our men’s treatment programs are completely confidential. You do not have to worry about anyone discovering that you are getting help if you do not want wish for them to know. The length of time a person stays in our inpatient program varies, depending on the severity of the disease and other external factors.
Treatment is essential for healing – and the first step to treatment is detox.
Side Effects of Withdrawal Symptoms
If you have been drinking heavily for a long period, we highly suggest medical supervision during the withdrawal period from alcohol. Alcohol detoxification is considered a medical emergency.
Our medically trained staff is caring and compassionate. We will make sure you are as comfortable as possible throughout this time.
Benefits of Getting Men’s Treatment for Alcoholism
- Peer support
Please call us today if you are concerned about your drinking. There is hope and help available! You do not have to live in the grips of alcoholism any longer.