Outpatient Alcohol Rehab for Boston Residents
Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Center for Boston Residents
Alcohol addiction also referred to as alcoholism, is one of the most common forms of substance addiction. It affects millions of people in the U.S. alone. What isn’t expected is the willingness to seek help. Only a fraction of people suffering from substance addiction seeks support in the form of professional rehab treatment. If you’re addicted to alcohol, you know how prevalent it is. It’s sold all over Boston–at Fenway Park, at your favorite restaurants, and even at the local grocery store. The only way to halt addiction in its tracks is to stop drinking altogether. As challenging as that may seem, it is possible, and JC’s Recovery Center can help.
Although situated in South Florida, JC’s Recovery routinely attracts addiction sufferers from cities like Boston. Increasingly, people want to take a break from their lives and depart town for some time so they can focus entirely on their rehab treatment and recovery. JC’s Recovery Center is a Christian rehab that offers evidence-based therapies with the medical community’s backing and holistic therapies that support healing and the lifestyle changes it will take to maintain a sober life.
If you are tired of living with alcohol addiction and the terrible effects it’s having on your mind, body, work, and family, we invite you to leave Boston for a time and enroll in our alcohol outpatient program. We offer many different types of addiction programs ranging from outpatient to partial hospitalization. We can help you decide if an outpatient plan is ideal for your needs.
Alcoholism affects people from all walks of life. It’s a serious disease that causes physical, psychological, and behavioral dependencies. If left unchecked, alcohol addiction will cause mental and physical health to deteriorate. Moreover, it can cause other essential aspects of one’s life to suffer–their career, financial stability, and family relationships.
Outpatient alcohol treatment is ideal for people who are confident in their commitment to stay sober. It’s a less intensive rehab plan than partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient therapy. Because there is less structure and supervision, it’s not the ideal plan for everyone. Typically, people who are just beginning their recovery journey require more support. On the other hand, if you’ve been through detox and are feeling stable, an outpatient plan might be ideal for you.
Why Choose JC’s Recovery for Alcohol Rehab?
JC’s Recovery is a Christian rehab that is renowned for our faith-based recovery programs. We provide multiple levels of support for clients and offer evidence-based treatments as well as holistic therapies. Our addiction specialists are highly trained and experienced. We are devoted to helping clients develop the skills they need to maintain their sobriety.
Our faith-based programs provide a Christian focus designed to promote clients’ spiritual health. Faith can give people strength when they need it most. Through prayer and faith-based discussions, we support our clients and their need to rely on their faith. We discuss topics that help people make significant lifestyle changes.
Additionally, we feature individualized therapy. During one-on-one counseling, we’ll help you identify why you became addicted to alcohol and how you can develop strategies to cope with your triggers to abuse it. Individual counseling is an integral part of our treatment program. Our therapist can guide you to transform your thought patterns and behaviors to embrace healthy lifestyle choices.
How Our Outpatient Alcohol Program Works
JC’s Recovery Center features an outpatient program that can be tailored to clients’ needs. Typically, we begin any treatment program with a thorough exam and psychological evaluation. This plan allows us to recommend treatment. Many people who have a substance addiction also suffer from a mental health disorder known as a dual diagnosis. If you have a coexisting condition like depression or anxiety, we should treat it simultaneously with your addiction.
Once your evaluation is complete, we can start therapy. There are many different aspects of outpatient alcohol treatment. During the course of your plan, you can expect to take part in individual counseling, group therapy, faith-based discussions, and various holistic therapies/activities like life coaching. There is a vital relapse prevention component to our treatment plan. Relapse rates associated with alcoholism are high, so aim to provide our clients with many strategies for maintaining their sobriety.
Education is a big part of our treatment plan too. Even though many people live with addiction, they may not know exactly how this disease began and how it can be managed. They’ve lived with the effects of alcoholism; they know that they have a hard time stopping once they take a drink. They know they feel compelled to drink frequently and feel nervous when they don’t. During therapy, we discuss why alcoholism has these effects. We also discuss how their disease began. Some people grew up with alcohol abuse in the family. Others may have started drinking with friends, and their habit grew from there.
As people learn more about this disease and themselves, they have a much better understanding of managing their addiction. We develop coping strategies together that will allow them to prevent a relapse. Outpatient therapy is a positive step in a person’s recovery journey. Even with its less intensive support, it provides people with an outstanding balance of support and freedom.
Alcohol Rehab That Allows You to Work & Take Care of Family
Outpatient treatment programs are ideal for people who want to maintain some of their commitments while getting the therapy they need to continue their recovery journey. People continue to work, attend school, and care for their families while attending outpatient treatment. Days are not completely filled with treatment sessions, so individuals have plenty of time to attend to other responsibilities.
Outpatient therapy can help to form a bridge between intensive treatment and informal, aftercare support. During the time you’re in treatment, you can continue to learn strategies for supporting your sober living lifestyle and warding away relapse. During the rest of your day and evening, you can practice those strategies as you re-integrate into your everyday life. Without outpatient support, you may still be vulnerable to your stressors and triggers to use alcohol. With the level of support outpatient therapy provides, you can enjoy a more gradual transition to your new life.
If you find that you’re still feeling vulnerable during outpatient treatment, it’s ok to ask for more support. Some people find that they need more intensive help for a time. Recovery isn’t always a linear process. You might feel confident one day but overwhelmed the next. Our therapists will provide you with honest assessments and guidance to receive the treatment and level of support you need to stay sober.
If your life in Boston is plagued by alcohol addiction, don’t wait to seek treatment. We can help you make arrangements to leave Boston for a time so you can take part in our outpatient alcohol rehab program. Let us help you manage your addiction and build your new life free from alcohol. Contact us so we can discuss your recovery journey in detail.