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Texas

El Paso

Alcohol & Cocaine Evening Treatment
4625 Alabama Street
El Paso, TX 79930
(915) 566-2000

Alcohol Treatment Center
6000 Griems Court
El Paso, TX 79901
(915) 771-9500

 

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New Beginnings Outpatient Services
6044 Gateway Boulevard East
Suite 610
El Paso, TX 79905
(915) 771-0990

Recovery Alliance
6000 Welch Avenue
El Paso, TX 79905
(915) 594-7000

Wood Rehabilitation Center El Paso
1501 Arizona Avenue
El Paso, TX 79902
(915) 577-9940

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There is a wide range of alcohol treatment facilities available for those that seek professional help in addressing their alcohol addiction. All treatment facilities have different methods, philosophies and unique policies and rules to guide them. The main differences between the facilities is:

  • The type of services offered.
  • The type of program used such as 12 steps, gender specific, age specific ( youth and teens ), Christian based, or holistic type of program.
  • The type of facility available, inpatient or outpatient, a hospital setting, or more casual with residential facilities.
  • The financial cost involved. Some treatment programs can be very expansive running up to $40,000 for a 30-day program, while others are more affordable and even free. Some facilities accept Medicare or Medicaid, some are covered by the insurance while other facilities accept only cash.

Types of Alcohol Treatment Facilities:

1. Outpatient Treatment Services. This form of treatment is also known as a day treatment program and is designed for those that meet some or all of this criteria:

  • Only recently became addicted to alcohol and although their lives are being hurt by their drinking, it is not completely destroyed.
  • They still have an extensive social support system (family & friends).
  • Can stay sober for 72 hours and are highly motivated.
  • Are employed and due to the occupational and family life cannot follow an inpatient type treatment.
  • Are in their second phase of recovery after they followed an inpatient type program.

The main goal of such treatment is to inform the person about the chronic nature of their problem, teach them the most efficient skills to help them cope with their addiction while trying to manage a normal life inside and outside the family. Patients following an outpatient type of alcohol treatment are required to attend therapy sessions, support group meetings, and other types of recovery activities several hours per day for three to five days a week according to a predetermined therapeutic plan and schedule.

2. Inpatient Treatment Facility. An inpatient alcohol treatment program offers a more comprehensive approach to what alcohol addiction is and its treatment. Inpatient programs are designed to help those that have battled alcohol addiction for many years with numerous attempts to recover but failed. One of the initial steps of this programs is detoxification ( detox ) that helps resolving the problems associated with the physical dependency. The advantage of an inpatient treatment is that the alcoholic is removed from their environment and can completely focus on their recovery.

The inpatient treatment programs offer extensive supportive services that include individual and group therapy and activities that address mental, spiritual, and occupational aspects of the addiction. The alcoholic is encouraged to express themselves, learn and talk about their problems, and listen with others who share similar problem in a safe environment assured by a well trained staff.

Inpatient programs can vary in length from short term treatments of 21 to 45 days, to longer term treatments that can last one year or more.

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The canyon, Renowned rehabilitation and dual diagnosis treatment center, Types of Alcohol Treatment Programs, Unknown date
Alcohol and Drug Recover Directory, There Are Many Different Types of Rehabs, Unknown date
Recovery Connection, Addiction Treatment Programs, 2007
Alcohol Treatment Clinics, Types of Alcohol Treatment Programs, October 2008

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