Inpatient and Outpatient Alcohol Abuse Programs
Alcohol is one of the most abused substances in the U.S. today, and no wonder – it is socially acceptable, and often encouraged. We see advertisements for beer, wine, and hard liquor on TV and in the movies and it is widely available in grocery stores and restaurants. Although socially accepted, alcohol use can easily turn into addiction or dependence, leading to severe, sometimes fatal consequences.
Excessive alcohol use and abuse will eventually sabotage the user’s personal and, even, professional life. A structured, individualized intensive alcohol abuse treatment program is the most effective way to repair the personal, professional and physical damage alcoholism causes.
Summit Estate Recovery Center, based in the Bay Area in Northern California, uses tried and true methods in the treatment of alcoholism in a luxurious, private environment. We have a high staff-to-client ratio and craft customized recovery plans to provide exemplary alcohol addiction help to those who need it most.
We provide two types of alcohol addiction treatment programs: Inpatient alcohol addiction treatment, and Outpatient alcohol addiction treatment.
Our Inpatient Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Summit Estate’s exclusive Inpatient alcohol treatment center in Los Gatos, California gives clients their best chance to kick an alcohol addiction. Clients come from all over the world to get the help they need at our elegant 23-acre property, which is nestled in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Our inpatient program lasts as long as 90 days, the proper amount of time to break old habits and cravings leading to alcohol dependence. Summit Estate is perfect for the executive who is looking for a private treatment facility.
The residential alcoholism treatment program begins, for the client, with a full evaluation after admission. Our medical staff will look for any co-occurring disorders (such as depression or anxiety) during this time, and the client may be diagnosed as a dual diagnosis patient – meaning a mental health condition has been identified that plays a role in the individual’s alcohol abuse. From there, our highly-trained staff will customize an alcohol treatment plan to ensure the client’s needs are addressed during his or her residential stay with us.
The client’s recovery process kicks off with medically supervised detoxification with the help of our well-trained staff. We try to make the client’s time in our alcohol detox center as comfortable, safe and effective as possible. After the multi-day alcohol detox treatment, clients meet personally with our clinical staff to create an individualized plan that best suits each and every client. Additionally, each client can participate in holistic therapy exercises that follow his or her recovery plan including yoga, massage, acupuncture, reflexology, outdoor activities, and optional 12-step meetings. We offer our clients delicious, nutritious meals prepared by our onsite chef, as well as, personal training during their stay with us, so that they can rebuild physically, emotionally and mentally.
Outpatient Alcohol Addiction Treatment
If you or your loved one do not require inpatient addiction help and want to receive the same great services Summit Estate’s residential program offers, but on a basis that fits your schedule, you’re welcome to come to our Outpatient alcohol treatment center in Saratoga, California. There, we offer discussion dinners prepared by an onsite chef, as well as, one-on-one, family and couples therapy sessions or groups.
Our luxury Outpatient facility also serves as an extension of care clinic for clients who successfully completed our residential alcoholism treatment program. Some clients receiving residential treatment for alcohol addiction will be encouraged to make the transition to Outpatient location after their first 30 or 60 days, at the authorization of our medical staff and substance abuse counselors.
Whether on an inpatient or outpatient basis, Summit Estate is dedicated to providing superior alcoholism treatment options to those who come to us at such a critical time in their lives.