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Types of Treatment for Chronic Alcohol Abuse.
At Mountainview Recovery, our team of well-trained experts employs an effective, outpatient detox to all of our alcohol use disorder (AUD) patients. Our process for ensuring their sobriety is similar to that of our inpatient care for opioid users, beginning with an evaluation performed by our doctors.
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Our facility, unlike some partial hospitalization programs, employs a full-time RN and medical doctor, so you or your loved one can be sure that a trained professional is there at all times for both comfort and emergencies.
After the patient has been admitted to our facility for treatment of alcoholism, he or she will undergo the same types of treatments as our inpatient residents, including (but not limited to):
- Regular appointments with our doctors and nursing staff
- Group therapy
- Art therapy
- Music Therapy
- Team building and bonding sessions
- Trauma resolution
- Psych evaluations
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Saying No To The Bottle And All That Comes With It—Permanently.
Once a patient has gone through our program and finds themselves clean and sober, it is vital for them to continue taking the proper steps in the right direction. To help ensure their continued sobriety, our team administers a monthly shot of Vivitrol to appropriate candidates after a thorough screening.
Vivitrol, otherwise known as naltrexone, is a non-addictive treatment for opioid and alcohol dependence that blocks opioid molecules from attaching to opioid receptors in the event of a relapse. In short, Vivitrol blocks the effects of opioids, rendering them useless (from a euphoric perspective) to addicts. Vivitrol is only administered by Mountainview Recovery when patients are in our care; however, we do refer them to outside providers after they have been discharged.
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Alcohol Addiction Treatments.
The first stage of detox is one of the most important. Before a person can focus on gaining the knowledge and skills needed to live a life of recovery, addictive substances must be removed from the body
At Mountainview Recovery, we want each individual who comes to us for help with dependence or addiction to have the best chance of establishing lasting recovery.
Once detox and treatment are over, your recovery isn’t over. In fact, it’s just beginning! And, these first days of recovery, once treatment concludes, are the riskiest.
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There is hope for those who feel they have none. If you or someone you know suffers from chronic alcohol abuse, please know that there are ways Mountainview Recovery can help. It is never too late to make your family whole again.