If you’re seeing the signs of alcoholism in your life or the life of a loved one, you’re not alone. You may even be seeing some troubling behavior and not be sure if those issues are signs of alcohol addiction or not. Fortunately, there’s help for both of those situations, so you or your loved one can conquer an alcohol addiction and get back to living your life again. At Fort Behavioral Health, we understand that you need help and support, and the right treatment options that work for you. There’s a bright future available, where you can live in a clean and sober way that feels good to you. Don’t settle for less than that, when we can help you succeed today.

Understanding the Signs of Alcoholism

Among the most common signs of alcoholism are behavioral changes, changes to eating and sleeping patterns, a loss of friends or a change in friend groups, job loss, concentration problems, and anger issues. Of course, sometimes it’s easy to see someone drinking frequently. At other times, people will avoid drinking around others, and do so in private. That’s when the other signs of alcoholism can be most important to notice because they provide information about who may need help. We can provide that help, with the treatment and support options we offer. These options include:

  • Caring professionals trained to listen to your needs
  • A full medical team and on-site detox
  • EMDR, CBT, and DBT therapies
  • A 12-step program
  • Extra support for chronic relapsers
  • Master’s level clinicians
  • Counseling during detox

With all those different ways of getting help, you’ll have the opportunity to move toward a full and lasting recovery you can feel good about. We’re here to help, and we want to make sure you’re getting the right kind of assistance that will give you back the quality of life and a bright future that’s free from alcohol addiction.

The Right Treatment Program, and the Right People

When you understand the signs of alcoholism, you can also consider what kind of treatment program will be the best choice for the help and support you need to succeed. Some people do well with a 12-step program, for example, while others need detox and counseling or some other means of support. Having different options, all in one place is a great way to have the confidence to reach out for treatment. It’s not always easy to make that first phone call or online contact, but it’s worth it. We want to help you have a clean and sober life you can feel good about, so you can live a life in recovery that you’re happy with, and that gives you hope for the future.

In addition, the right treatment program can mean finding treatment for both addiction and mental health conditions. We offer treatment for many conditions, such as depression and anxiety. Dual diagnosis treatment gives each person the tools that they need to manage both your addiction and mental illness. Furthermore, dual diagnosis treatment gives you the best chance of lasting recovery from both conditions.

Fort Behavioral Health is Here to Help You Today

You don’t have to let an addiction to alcohol and the signs of alcoholism control anymore of your life. You can conquer your addiction when you attend a quality drug rehab facility and get the treatment you’re looking for. Contact us today at 844.332.1807, and we’ll help you get started down the road to a strong and lasting recovery you can feel good about. A clean and sober life is available to you, and we want to help you find it.


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