Alcohol abuse affects both the person caught in the addiction and their loved ones. There is a way out of the addiction though. By making the decision to pursue recovery a person can find freedom again in sobriety. All it takes is one phone call.
The Arizona Alcohol Addiction Helpline is here to help you or your loved one break free from the addiction to alcohol. By calling our helpline you are taking the vital first step to leaving behind addiction and getting back to the life you were meant to have. Whether you are looking for more information on what alcohol addiction is, what the symptoms are, what treatment options are available or where you can find help, we can point you in the right direction. If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol abuse and is seeking help, please call the Arizona Alcohol Addiction Helpline to speak with a member of our team and get started on your recovery now.
It is important to be able to identify if a loved one is addicted to alcohol. Symptoms such as a higher tolerance to alcohol, the presence of withdrawal symptoms when not drinking and increased aggression or other changes in mood can all be indicators of alcohol addiction. Find out more to see if you or your loved one needs help.
The sooner treatment begins the more successful the outcome can be. Cognitive behavioral therapy is utilized as a means to changing behavior and medication may be prescribed at the discretion of a clinician. Therapeutic activities such as yoga, exercise, music, art and equine therapy are often employed as an adjunct to therapy.
Recovery can be a hard road but the sooner you start the easier it is. Contact the Arizona Alcohol Addiction Helpline to find out about getting started on your recovery with detox, treatment programs and continued support.
Seeking help is the first step on the road to recovery from alcohol addiction. It begins with detox and should be followed immediately by residential treatment. Living at a residential treatment center, a person can focus fully on their recovery while away from any temptations. Other options include outpatient programs and sober living homes. Whatever the treatment program, it is vital to get help as soon as possible for those struggling with alcohol addiction.