Alcohol Use Disorder in the
Before we discuss treatment and rehab for alcohol abuse, let’s discuss the prevalence of alcohol use disorder (AUD) in the US. Binge drinking, for example, is a very common problem. In 2019, 25.8 percent of people over the age of 18 reportedly engaged in binge drinking in the past month.
Binge drinking is the excessive consumption of alcohol within a short period of time. This high-intensity drinking habit involves the consumption of alcohol at levels that are two or more times the gender-specific binge drinking thresholds.
What is it?
Alcohol addiction is a serious and debilitating problem that is characterized by the compulsive need to drink even when you are already experiencing its adverse effects. LEARN MORE
When is Outpatient
Rehab the Right Choice?
Your choice of rehab is a huge factor when it comes to your success. The right treatment center will give you the best chances of regaining your sobriety and maintaining it for the long term. It’s all about choosing the right program to suit your needs. LEARN MORE
Rehab: What to Expect
Now that you know whether or not an outpatient rehab program will suit you, it’s time to talk about how this type of treatment works and what you can expect from it. During outpatient addiction treatment, the patient will undergo therapy, counseling, and group sessions at a facility or clinic. LEARN MORE
What are the Types of
An outpatient alcohol rehab program may come in different forms. For example, there are day programs, continuing care, and intensive outpatient programs.
Day programs are considered the highest level of care within an outpatient setting. LEARN MORE