ARC Posts

Making Your Moral Inventory During Inpatient Care

The fourth step of AA asks members to make a searching and fearless moral inventory of their lives. Doing so can be an extremely difficult task, but during inpatient care is one of the best times to do it. Call to find safe, reliable rehab centers that also utilize the 12-step method in their treatment …

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Gender Based Alcohol Addiction Treatment

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, there are many forms of drug and alcohol treatment. One of the up and coming forms is gender based treatment. This is treatment the focuses on the problems and needs of a specific gender or sexual orientation. Some doctors view gender and orientation as special populations when …

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Will Alcohol Rehab Help Me Stay Motivated to Remain Sober?

Anyone who’s struggled with alcohol abuse issues for any length of time well knows how overwhelming cravings can soon thwart any desire to cut back or stop drinking. After so many months of excess drinking, alcohol’s cumulative effects gradually take hold of your thinking, will and behaviors. Alcohol rehab programs specialize in addressing both the …

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Alcohol Rehabs

Alcohol Rehab

Alcohol rehabs are for the treatment of alcohol addiction. Alcohol rehabs can last from a few weeks to a few months and are usually started off with an alcohol detox. Alcohol rehabs are perfect for someone with an alcohol addiction because it gives them a chance to get away and clear their head. Alcohol rehab is a safe haven away from the risks and temptations of what would make recovering a struggle.

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How Our Helpline Works

If you're seeking addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one, the helpline offers a convenient and private solution to assist you. Our caring treatment advisors are ready to take your call anytime, day or night. Calls are answered 24/7 to discuss treatment and recovery options.

Your call is routed to a general helpline call center where caring admissions coordinators can help you decide what treatment option is right for yourself or for your loved one. Our helpline is NOT affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous/AA nor does AA sponsor the treatment options that are recommended when you call.