Are you looking for Alcohol Rehab and Detox in Palm Beach Gardens, FL? The Neuro Psychiatric Addiction Clinic (NPAC) is one of the leading addiction and mental health treatment centers in our county. Boasting years of experience in helping people from all walks of life recover from substance abuse and Mental Health disorder, our team blends clinical excellence with an understanding approach to make your time with us as productive but easy as possible.
Alcohol is widely available, reasonably inexpensive, and silently addictive. Alcoholism affects the majority of Americans - even those who don't live with it themselves are likely to have a close friend, spouse, or family member who struggles with addiction to this depressant.
Unfortunately, about 15 million Americans live with alcohol use disorder (AUD), yet less than 8% of them receive help from a licensed treatment center.
In Florida, the statistics have been trending on par with the national average for the past 10 years, with currently around 15% of Floridians reporting binge drinking each month.
This pattern doesn't need to continue. Customizable treatment options are available to everyone, in every situation, designed to help break the cycle of alcohol dependence for good.
Alcohol rehab at NPAC combines evidence-based therapeutic modalities with compassionate care, all performed in world-class treatment facilities in sunny, tranquil Palm Beach Gardens.
AUD does not develop overnight - if it did, it would be far easier to recognize. Instead, it creeps into our lives, beginning with what appears to be normal drinking, before slowly and subtly changing into a disease that harms all aspects of our emotional, physical, social, and mental health.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the leading indicators that someone's problem drinking has developed into alcohol addiction are:
Some other signs of addiction in yourself or a loved one may include mood swings, loss of focus, trouble remembering, developing secretive behavior, hiding drinking from others, losing interest in hobbies, experiencing withdrawal symptoms, and rapid weight changes.
Once abuse has reached this level, quitting without support from an effective addiction treatment program is a true uphill battle - one that can even be life-threatening. If you experience any of the above symptoms, you likely need to attend a treatment center.
Many people are aware of the long-term harm that heavy binge drinking and alcoholism leads to with regards to a person's social and mental health. Jobs and finances often fail to coexist in a life full of frequent intoxication, as do relationships with family members, partners, and friends.
However, the physical health impacts of alcohol addiction are sometimes dismissed more readily than other forms of drug abuse. These can be severe and permanent, reaching much farther than liver cirrhosis.
Long-term side effects of untreated AUD include:
In the long term, growing tolerance and physiological dependence on alcohol for brain function can introduce new risks to quitting. When deeply addicted, you may experience severe alcohol withdrawal symptoms or delirium tremens when attempting to quit.
At NPAC, we offer an extensive addiction treatment program for alcohol abuse that combines flexibility with efficacy and safety. Our alcohol rehab program is personalized to your individual needs, with five general themes that can be incorporated into your journey. These include:
For further flexibility, we offer three residential options. For clients that can fit it into their lifestyles, our flagship program calls for inpatient treatment that takes place in-house at our rehab facility from start to finish. We also offer excellent outpatient treatment programs to those who need to stay elsewhere but would like to commute into our center for a complete therapeutic program during the day.
Countless individuals who check into drug and alcohol rehab centers across the country are caught in the cycle of substance abuse due to more profound co-occurring disorders. Alcoholism is no exception.
Any mental illness that dysregulates the dopamine system in the brain, from depression to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), all can appear to be self-medicated by substance abuse. This genuine relief can motivate people to keep using or drinking even to harmful degrees, either consciously or unconsciously.
As the substance use disorder develops, it gets caught in a vicious feedback loop with the co-occurring mental health condition. Effective alcohol rehab needs to treat mental health as a holistic system, diagnosing and addressing all of the coexisting facets from the beginning.
NPAC's alcohol rehab treatment programs all include dual diagnosis from the start and ongoing from then on. If we diagnose a co-occurring mental condition, we offer integrated treatment for specialized therapy and medication.
Alcohol withdrawal syndrome and its associated symptoms can be dangerous and should not be taken lightly - but don't allow that to stall your choice to enter recovery. With proper medical support, the process of detoxification can be made safe, easy, and dignified.
The NPAC facility includes a MAT center. This means that we are fully equipped to treat withdrawal symptoms in a supervised, secure, and comfortable way. Some of the medications we use within these treatments include:
Alcohol rehab doesn't just focus on the physiological side of addiction - detox is only the beginning. Once the toxin is safely out of your system, it is time to turn your attention to the long road to recovery.
At NPAC, we know the difference that personalized, responsive therapies make in drug and alcohol addiction treatment. This period is dedicated to uncovering the underlying reasons for use, whether social, emotional, personal, or familial, and then carefully working towards resolving these deep motivators.
We offer support groups, educational groups, and many forms of therapy aimed at developing your coping skills and resilience towards triggers, addictive thinking, and cravings.
The highlights of what we offer include:
Inpatient alcohol rehab and addiction treatment involve staying at one of our treatment centers for approximately 28 days. During this time, 24-hour medical supervision, a secure environment, and a community committed to your recovery goals offer the maximum chance of recovery.
In addition, inpatient treatment allows you to focus entirely on the task of recovery, as it removes the distractions and triggers of everyday life. With the benefits of residential treatment, you can invest yourself fully in your treatment program and tackle your alcohol abuse.
Treatment for alcohol addictions has developed in recent years, and there are now many options to consider when it comes to alcohol rehab.
Treatment centers have become more compatible to cope with the needs of a diverse group of clients with unique forms of addiction. This means that choosing a treatment option can be more complex, but a carefully considered choice is likely to be more successful in the long-term recovery outcomes.
We are proud to call our state-of-the-art treatment facility in sunny, quiet Palm Beach Gardens, FL home and encourage all of our clients to explore the length and breadth of our tranquil grounds.
Our rehab facility is not just a medical clinic; we strive to offer a relaxing temporary home to everyone who checks in at our front desk. Our amenities include:
If you opt for our inpatient or residential treatment program, we hope to offer a caring, meditative space to help you recover from the haze of addiction and hone focus on the long challenge of overcoming it.
For those who enroll in our intensive outpatient treatment program or partial hospitalization program, we aim to provide a calm, structured retreat from the chaos and triggers of daily life where they can reset and re-center themselves in recovery.
If you or a loved one is ready to finally get free of the catastrophic cycle of alcoholism, we would like to encourage you to take the first leap.
At NPAC, our state-of-the-art alcohol rehab and treatment center offers all the modalities and amenities you will need to retreat and heal. Contact us today with any further questions or book an assessment appointment.
Most health insurance plans will cover the cost of treatment for substance use disorder (drug and alcohol addiction) and mental health conditions. You should check with your insurance provider to understand what is covered under your plan before trying to enter a treatment program.
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