Long term alcohol treatment co hosts leaders in the field2006 ITCCC Facilities in Attendance

Long term alcohol treatment is the term used to describe a therapeutic treatment environment that prioritizes quality over quantity. Each resident admitted into a Long term alcohol treatment stays for a minimum of 6 months (most stay for a year) and receives unparalleled quality of treatment. Clients not only learn what replacement coping mechanisms are for drug and alcohol use, but they have time and exposure to situations that require them to actually apply them. As many students can attest, learning something and practicing it in your daily life are extremely different processes and long term alcohol treatment prides itself on the ability to both teach clients suggested changes and have clients practice them until they are second nature.  Long term alcohol treatment requires a commitment from an individual that he/she truly wants a better life for him/herself and are willing to work to change their dreams into reality.

 

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