Sonor Behavioral Health offers outpatient care as well as detox stabilization for men and women struggling with alcohol addiction. Located in Tucson, Sonora's outpatient treatment center offers care based on the 12-step principles of recovery.
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Alcohol abuse is a dangerous problem that can lead to addiction. Alcohol addiction is also referred to as alcohol use disorder and alcoholism.
This disease can lead to in a variety of negative consequences at home, at work, or in school. If you abuse alcohol, you are at increased risk for a variety of health problems. You may also experience considerable social difficulties. Fortunately, there are a number of treatment options that can help you overcome a problem with alcohol.
Sonora Behavioral Health is a 140-bed acute crisis stabilization hospital in Tucson. Among our services, we provide outpatient care for adult men and women who are struggling with alcohol addiction.
The staff at Sonora understands the challenges of alcohol abuse, and we know how quickly an addiction can take over your life. You do not have to suffer alone during this journey. We can help you regain control over your life and resume your pursuit of a healthier future.
Helping a Loved One or Family Member Get Treatment
It is not always easy to determine if a loved one has a drinking problem. However, certain signs and symptoms of alcohol abuse can help you detect this dangerous condition.
Since alcohol abuse can lead to the serious disease of alcoholism, recognizing the early signs of abuse can be extremely important. The following signs may indicate that your loved one has drinking problem:
- Not performing to expectation at work or in school
- Missing out on commitments
- Engaging in risky behavior such as drinking and driving
- Having legal problems associated with drinking such as a DUI or disorderly conduct
- Drinking to reduce stress or because they are unhappy
- Arguing with family members or friends about their drinking
If someone you love is showing any of these sign, it may be time to seek professional help. With proper professional care, your loved one can overcome his or her problem with alcohol.
Why Consider Treatment at Sonora Behavioral Health
Alcohol abuse and addiction can have a drastic negative impact on an individual’s life. Without proper treatment those consequences are likely to persist and may become worse.
Alcohol abuse can lead to liver problems, high blood pressure, stroke, and heart disease. Chronic overconsumption of alcohol can also impact your person’s immune system. This can put you at increased risk for a wide range of additional physical problems. Additionally, alcohol abuse can contribute to mental and behavioral issues such as depression, violent tendencies, poor decision-making, and risky behaviors.
Alcohol addiction is a progressive disease. This means that most people who become addicted to alcohol will be unable to stop drinking without some form of help. With effective treatment, though, alcohol addiction can be defeated. You can learn to live a sober life, free from the chains of addiction.
If you or someone that you care about has become dependent upon alcohol, outpatient treatment Sonora Behavioral Health may be the ideal option. Our outpatient treatment services can be personalized according to your specific needs, and can provide you with the structure and support that you need in order to achieve the healthier life that you deserve.
Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Philosophy and Benefits
At Sonora Behavioral Health, we are dedicated to providing personalized care in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. At every level of care, our goal is to provide all patients with the guidance and support that will empower them to achieve and maintain improved quality of life.
Our commitment to superior service is reflected in our outpatient treatment program for men and women who are struggling with alcohol addiction. We provide thorough admissions assessments, employ evidence-based treatment protocols, and help patients develop effective coping skills.
This comprehensive effort is designed to ensure that all who heal with us are prepared to experience continued success long after they have completed their time in our care.
Outpatient Treatment at Sonora Behavioral Health for Alcohol Addiction
When you arrive at our outpatient treatment center, you will complete a detailed admissions assessment. This process will include a physical examination, a psychiatric evaluation, and a psychological assessment. We will also collect information about your treatment history.
All of this information will provide us with essential insights into the issues that have been preventing you from living a healthier and more satisfying life. This assessment will also allow us to develop a personalized plan to ensure that your outpatient treatment experience best meets your specific needs.
Depending upon the results of your admissions assessment, your personalized outpatient treatment plan for alcohol addiction may include the following elements:
Detox: We provide medically monitored detox in our hospital. If you have been incapable of ending your alcohol abuse prior to treatment, or if doing so would endanger your health, our medically monitored detox program may be necessary. Detox is a short-term inpatient experience during which you can rid your body of alcohol and other substances of abuse. After you complete detox, you can transition directly into outpatient care for alcohol addiction.
Medication management: If you are struggling with symptoms that can be treated with certain prescription medications, you may be eligible for medication management services while in outpatient treatment for alcohol addiction.
Group therapy: Groups are the main form of treatment in our outpatient program. During your time in outpatient care for alcohol addiction you will participate in solution-focused groups. These groups are designed to help you develop specific skills that will support long-term recovery. Common group topics include the following:
- Barriers to recovery
- Coping skills
- Early recovery
- Stress management
- Triggers for relapse
- Relapse prevention
- Self-help skills
Family support: Your loved ones can play an essential role in your continued recovery. To support their efforts, we are happy to provide a variety of educational opportunities for family members and close friends. For specifics about our family support services, please contact us at your convenience.
Continuing Care for Alcohol Addiction
At Sonora Behavioral Health, we understand that outpatient treatment is just one step on your path toward long-term recovery from alcohol addiction. Thus, we start a thorough discharge planning process the day you join our outpatient treatment program. The goal of this process is to ensure that you are connected to the professional resources and community-based support services that will enable you to continue your progress after you have completed your time in our care.