Despite being legal, alcohol is one of the most abused substances in the United States. For many, there is a thin line between using alcohol in a recreational manner and having an alcohol addiction. A good rule of thumb is, if your drinking is causing negative effects in your life, you have a problem.
You may need to enter inpatient rehab for an alcohol addiction if you answer “yes” to some or all of the questions posed below:
- Is drinking alcohol a part of your daily routine and something you do every day?
- Do you intentionally mislead others about how much alcohol you are drinking?
- Have you needed to increase the amount of alcohol you drink in order to get the same feeling that you did previously?
- Has your drinking had a negative effect on other aspects of your life including your family, professional and personal interactions?
- Have you tried to stop drinking own your own in the past but have been unsuccessful?
- Do you commonly find yourself drinking more than what you initially planned?
- Have you realized you reached the point you wanted to stop drinking but continued to drink anyway?
- Is the amount of time and/or money you’ve spent on alcohol increasing?
Inpatient rehab is the best way to receive help for alcohol addiction. Speak with one of our admissions counselors today to receive additional information on our alcohol addiction program. Our staff members can also speak with you and help you understand if your drinking is a problem that can benefit from inpatient treatment. Many people delay entry into treatment, even when they realize they have a problem, as they believe treatment is cost prohibitive. Luxury addiction treatment may be more affordable than you think. First, we work with your insurance company to provide you with your individual out of pocket expense. Next, if paying for treatment is a concern, we work with two finance companies that specialize in funding inpatient rehab.
Begin your road to recovery by contacting Summit Estate Recovery Center today. We may be reached via phone at 800-701-6997 or simply complete the form on this site and we’ll reach out to you.