Alcohol detox centers provide progressive detoxification treatment for overcoming the first, and most challenging hurdle of alcohol addiction. Alcohol detox centers utilize treatment options ranging from medication to ease the body’s cravings, to behavior modification strategies to prevent alcohol relapse. Recovering individuals are supported through the entire detox process, and reach a sustainable emotional and physical balance necessary to living a life free of alcohol.
In severe cases, alcohol detox may require hospitalization.
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