Alcohol Rehab

Alcohol Rehab

Alcoholism can be an incredibly lonely disease and obtaining help through an alcohol rehab program is often the first step to recovery. No matter how difficult things may feel right now, you’re not alone. Obtaining help through an alcohol rehab program has the potential to transform every area of your life for the better.

Why Stonewall Institute Treatment Center?

Why Stonewall Institute Treatment Center?

Stonewall Institute Treatment Center offers superior quality care in an upscale treatment setting at an affordable price. You’ll notice the difference when you work with us:
Personalized care with a low client-to-staff ratio
A holistic approach designed to help you heal all areas of your life
An upscale therapeutic environment that is both warm and professional
Exceptional results with positive client outcomes
Major insurance accepted
Economic hardship rates with financing options available

Alcohol Rehab Center in Arizona

For the last decade, Stonewall Institute Treatment Center has successfully treated thousands of individuals suffering from alcohol use disorders. Dedicated to the well-being and prosperity of our clients, our evidence-based treatment methods help people recover by providing the skills necessary to sustain long-term sobriety. By discovering and learning to overcome the root causes of alcoholism, our clients obtain the skills necessary to live free of the desire to drink alcohol.

What is Alcoholism

Alcoholism, or Alcohol Use Disorder, is a chronic disease that can be characterized by a person’s inability to control his or her alcohol consumption. It’s a progressive illness that not only affects the user’s life, but also the lives of family members and loved ones.

An alcohol use disorder can develop when a person continues to use alcohol despite experiencing significant and detrimental consequences from said use. Problems evolve in the way the affected individual thinks, acts, and feels. It is not uncommon for someone with an alcohol use disorder to have intense cravings for alcohol. These cravings often lead to the overconsumption or overuse of alcohol that for many, may transcend to engaging in other compulsive, high risk behaviors.

Alcoholism can progress slowly or quickly depending upon the individual. Unless faced with dire consequences, the affected individual may not fully see their disease until their life becomes completely out of control. If gone untreated, many physical problems will arise along with depleted mental, emotional, and spiritual faculties. Because alcoholism is a progressive disease, the user’s condition will become more severe over time.

How Can I Tell if I am an Alcoholic

There are many deciding factors that can indicate a problem with alcohol. Although alcoholism can appear different for every individual, there are important questions you can ask yourself that can help to determine if a problem truly exists. To determine if you have crossed the line into alcoholism, we encourage you to click the button below and take the alcohol screening questionnaire.

Seeking Alcohol Treatment

Most people when facing the possibility of needing alcohol rehab are confused or frightened at the thought of entering a treatment program. In addition, others may be feeling intense emotional pain, anxiety, or fear due to consequences of their alcohol use.

Deciding to get sober is the first step, and the hardest step, on the path to recovery. Admitting there is a problem takes a tremendous amount of courage and strength. At Stonewall Institute Treatment Center, our licensed professional counselors can guide you through the initial stages of the process by introducing you to evidence based treatment methods that work. Our treatment strategies include the integration of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Treatment (DBT) which are proven modalities to assist clients on their journey. In addition, our recovery care managers work with each of our clients on an individual basis to provide guidance and support related to aftercare planning for the maintenance of sustaining sobriety long term.

To begin the admission process, simply call our main number at 602-535-6468 to speak with one of our specialists. We look forward to assisting you and answering any questions you may have.

Start Your Drug & Alcohol Recovery Journey Today!

Call 602-535-6468 to speak to one of our specialists.