No matter how long you or your loved one have been struggling with alcohol abuse, it’s never too late to turn it around. We recognize the intense physical, emotional and lifestyle adjustments recovering alcoholics face. Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches' facilities offer quality, comprehensive Palm Beach alcohol rehab that focuses on repairing the damage that drinking has caused in patients’ lives. This includes family involvement, as well as professional focus for those with higher-stress jobs that may have contributed to their drinking. At its core, alcohol rehab is designed to recondition patients’ attitudes and perceptions regarding drinking and to help them manage stress without the threat of relapse.
Making the Right, Healthy Decision
Our Palm Beach alcohol rehab programs provide patients with the understanding, perspective, and wisdom they need to exercise sound judgment and make healthy decisions. This is done through counseling, recreational therapy, and, if required, extended residential care where patients are given the assistance they need to successfully transition back into their lives and families. It’s imperative that patients have structure, support, and a clearly outlined, realistic recovery plan upon leaving treatment. They’re bound to encounter alcohol during their recovery and will need every available advantage to avoid relapse on their continued pursuit of recovery.
It’s never too late to receive treatment for alcoholism, no matter how long the problem has persisted. Our Palm Beach alcohol rehab center works with patients to educate them in finding new ways to manage stress, to change their beliefs about the need to drink and to help them build strength and temptation resistance to power them during and after rehab.
If you’re ready to change you or your loved one's life, contact us at (888) 432-2467 to get started today!
Infographic: Palm Beach County’s Drinking Problem
- Palm Beach County Substance Awareness Coalition
- Palm Beach County Mothers against Drunk Driving
- Palm Beach County Sun Sentinel