Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Individuals struggling with alcohol abuse addictions often find themselves caught in a cycle of depression, mood and anxiety disorders or other serious mental health issues. Studies show that substance abuse and co-occurring disorders are best treated when both conditions are addressed simultaneously, at the onset of their recovery with a complete treatment plan.

Circle Tree Ranch offers comprehensive a continuum of care for substance abuse treatment as a primary diagnosis with or without co-occurring diagnosis. Circle Tree Ranch’s experienced faculty will develop and implement a complete treatment plan at the very beginning of their recovery treatment.

Comprehensive care is designed to provide any combination of behavioral health services related to mental illness, addictions or intellectual/developmental disabilities. The management, implementation and coordination of these services with treatment care for the individual being served is at the core of Circle Tree Ranch’s comprehensive care methodology.

It is critical that people experiencing these symptoms receive help for all their addictions for long term, life-long recovery. Circle Tree Ranch knows that the sensitive relationship between substance abuse and mental health problems. Alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction is reportedly the most abused substance. In fact, Recovery Brands conducted a survey in 2017 and found that nearly 69 percent of people who were in recovery were struggling with alcohol addiction. Almost 53 percent of the people who were surveyed stated that alcohol abuse was what they sought the most treatment for. No matter how many substances there are that are abused, it seems as if alcohol causes the most damage.

Circle Tree Ranch understands the difficulty in overcoming alcohol addiction. Alcohol is legal, inexpensive, and easily accessible. It is glamorized in slick ad campaigns and is prominently displayed in grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants and more. Because of its convenient accessibility, it is also one of the most commonly abused substances.Our approach alcohol addiction abuse recovery is a comprehensive, whole person one that includes healing of the whole person by addressing the underlying personal, psycho-social issues that causes the pain that alcohol covers up.

People experiencing one or more symptoms of alcoholism, alcohol addiction often find it nearly impossible to hold a steady job, function in their family, go to school, or build and maintain meaningful relationships.

Common Signs of Alcohol Addiction:

An individual addicted to alcohol, when confronted, will oftentimes deny that a problem exists. Alcoholism can be difficult for family and friends to “identify” in their loved one as there are many levels of alcohol abuse, some less obvious than others. There are, however, some common behaviors and signs that indicate an individual may have a problem with alcohol that needs to be addressed. Indicators include:

Early Signs of Alcohol Abuse:

  • Blackouts/Memory Loss
  • Unexplained Falls/Bruises and Cuts from Falling
  • Depression, Anxiety, Irritability, Mood Swings
  • Tardy or Missing Work, School, or other Important Events
  • Loss of Employment
  • Broken Relationships, Separation, or Divorce
  • Financial Struggles
  • Strange, Intoxicated Behavior
  • Weight Loss
  • Car Accidents/DUI

Long-term Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse:

Mainly long-term alcohol abuse symptoms are physical symptoms, such as:

  • Pancreatitis
  • Gastritis
  • Cirrhosis
  • Neuropathy
  • Anemia
  • Cerebellar Atrophy
  • Alcoholic Cardiomyopathy (heart disease)
  • Wernicke’s Encephalopathy (abnormal brain functioning)
  • Dementia
  • Central Pontine Myelinolysis (brain degeneration)
  • Seizures
  • Confusion
  • Malnutrition
  • Hallucinations
  • Peptic Ulcers
  • Gastrointestinal Bleeding

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