There's an overwhelming amount of people today that need treatment to help them stop drinking, using drugs or abusing other substances but they also need to learn how to live life without them after they stop. Drugs like marijuana, over the counter medications, prescription painkillers and other prescribed drugs are just a few of the substances abused today that are causing people to seek help because they can't quit on their own for any length of time.
Unless a person has gone through a recovery program for substance abuse or knows someone that has, they don't realize that it takes more than just quitting if they want to remain clean and sober on a daily basis. Outpatient treatment is a good option for people who need help for their substance use disorder as long as they're level of dependency is low and their health hasn't been severely affected by their use of drugs or alcohol.
In Bessemer, Alabama there's a substance abuse program that helps adult men and women 18 years and older stop drinking or abusing drugs by utilizing a 12 Step Support Program, Individualized Therapy and Education pertaining to addiction and prevention. CenterLine Addiction Center is an outpatient treatment program that's been helping adults quit drinking or abusing drugs for more than 10 years because their recovery approach works.
Most people want to stop drinking or using drugs once they realize they have a problem but they can't remain clean and sober for any length of time on their own. The staff at CenterLine Addiction Outpatient Center individually evaluates their clients so they're able to address each person's specific needs during their recovery. Their 12 Step program gives their client's a path to follow during their daily recovery and the encouragement and support they need to maintain sobriety every day. Recovery is a daily life long process and 12 Step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous provide men and women hope, courage, inner peace and healing.
Individual and Group Therapy sessions are part of CenterLine Addiction Center's outpatient treatment program also. Therapists who specialize in alcoholism and substance abuse work closely with their clients so that personal problems can be addressed, attainable goals can be set and positive changes in their lifestyle can be made. Men and women are also able to develop helpful ways to manage stress and problems that take place instead of turning to drugs or alcohol as a way of coping, through Relapse Prevention Education.
Don't wait until your problems with alcohol or substance abuse turns into severe chronic addiction and you need an intensive inpatient environment in order to recover. With outpatient treatment adults are able to remain with their families, stay employed, or if in college continue their education. You'll find that working on your recovery one day at a time and learning how to manage your daily sobriety will be a powerful step in the right direction as you reach your future goals.
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