Alcohol Rehab Facility

A Top Short Term Alcohol Rehab Facility

A good rehab facility offers plans that are tailored to their clients’ needs. And at Alcohol Rehab, we believe in listening to our clients and formulating individualized treatment plans for each person which is why we offer 30-day, 60-day, 90-day and extended care treatment programs. Not one addiction journey is the same. That’s why we encourage our clients to choose short-term stints at our alcohol rehab facility.

Short term stays include the same high-quality care we offer our long-term rehab clients. We adapt our treatment plans by relying on a wide variety of resources, including clients’ self-disclosure, input from families, interaction with peers and our own staff observations and evaluations.

A short stay can have the same beneficial qualities as a long stay. As treatment progresses, each client’s plan is revisited to come up with the best way to address specific problems. Alcohol Rehab also employs a variety of tools, including EMDR, bio feedback, motivational interviewing and one-on-one discussions, to help our short-term clients.

Our Model For Short-Term Alcohol Rehab Success

Short-term success requires long-term planning. At Alcohol Rehab, our philosophy is to equip our clients with the tools they need to maintain life-lasting sobriety. Those tools include coping mechanisms to help them through difficult situations and ridding our clients of the guilt and other negative emotions that often accompany alcohol addiction.

Customized rehab options include:

  • Dual diagnosis for clients with mental or behavioral health issues
  • Individual counseling
  • Family counseling
  • Group therapy

Personal attention is the cornerstone of our short-term rehab care. Because Alcohol Rehab accepts only a small number of clients at a time, we customize our programs to your unique needs. We monitor our clients’ progress, and we treat them with respect. Clients have access to their cell phones and laptops to stay in touch with their loved ones and business colleagues, since learning how to communicate soberly is extremely important.

We know the key to long-term recovery is confronting problems that will come up in the real world. While other rehab facilities may brush off those concerns for short-term clients, we believe in dealing with the issues you’ll be confronting during your stay, when you have a quality support group.