Alcohol Addiction TreatmentMore than 17 million Americans have a substance abuse problem with alcohol. This means alcohol is one of the most commonly abused drugs in the U.S. Whether you drink to feel calmer, escape your problems, or sleep better at night, crossing the line from recreational to necessary drinking can be dangerous to your health and well-being. The Blake Recovery Center™ (BRC) at Carrier Clinic® is a trusted and respected drug and alcohol treatment center in NJ. Our goal with alcoholism treatment and rehabilitation is to facilitate relapse prevention and permanent abstinence in a caring, supportive environment.
Over 30 Years of Alcohol Treatment in NJ Our experienced alcohol addiction treatment specialists have helped alcoholic adults, as well as their families, overcome the suffering associated with alcoholism for over three decades.
If you or a loved one is suffering from alcoholism or has a drinking problem, contact us today. 800-933-3579
Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Alcohol addiction recovery is very promising if you’re in otherwise good health. However, treatment can begin only when the alcoholic accepts the problem and is motivated to change. The first step in alcohol addiction treatment is an initial assessment by our highly-qualified professionals. Next comes a three-stage approach that can aid in success, and result in a happy, productive life.
Stage 1: Detoxification
Alcohol detox may be needed immediately after discontinuing alcohol use and can be a medical emergency. This is because detox can result in withdrawal seizures, hallucinations, confusion, and in some cases, death. Without proper medical treatment and supervision, alcohol detox and withdrawal can be extremely uncomfortable, even dangerous. In our NJ drug detox and rehab center, our trained medical staff can lessen the symptoms of withdrawal in a safe, comfortable environment and ensure a successful detox to get you on your way to recovery.
Stage 2: Rehabilitation
Alcohol rehab involves counseling and possibly medications to give the recovering alcoholic the skills needed for maintaining sobriety. This step in treatment can be done on an inpatient or outpatient basis.
Stage 3. Maintenance
The key to a life in recovery is support. This can be accomplished through continued attendance at AA/NA meetings, our Weekend Codependency Program, and ongoing participation in aftercare treatment.