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Alcoholism Can Be Deadly.

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Today in America, 1 in 8 adults or 12.7% of the population, now meets the diagnostic criteria for alcohol abuse. According to the CDC, on average over 88,000 people die each year from an alcohol-related incidentThat number has nearly double the amount of opioid related deaths. The good news is there is a way out. Sobriety is just a phone call away, thanks to the caring team at Above It All Treatment Network. Our certified advisors will help you find the best alcohol treatment centers in California that fit your needs as a person seeking treatment.

Most people would probably say that there is nothing wrong with enjoying a casual drink every now and again, perhaps a glass of wine at dinner or a beer shared with co-workers following a tough day. Alcohol addiction is another matter entirely; it is a real illness, and potentially a life-destroying one. That is what makes it so urgent to seek treatment right away.

Recovery for alcohol addiction is possible. It is attainable. It requires a lifelong commitment, and may bring bad days mixed with the good, but at Above It All, our clients overcome alcohol addiction and enjoy lives full of health, happiness and sobriety. It all begins when they choose healing through the personalized treatment approach at our center.

Recovery rarely happens without the support and encouragement of others. Treatment for alcoholism at our partner facilities offer the support and structure that can make the difference between a life of illness and a life of recovery free from alcoholism. Let Above It All Treatment Network help you or a loved one quit drinking for good.

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Understanding AlcoholismStatistics on Alcohol Abuse

A number of factors can contribute to alcohol abuse or alcoholism, an intense dependence on alcohol. These factors may be environmental, social or biological; certainly, those with alcoholism in their family line are at a higher risk of it.

To understand just how common alcoholism is, consider some of the statistics. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, alcoholism and alcohol abuse continue to become more common with each passing year, in adults of all age groups—and in high school-age kids, as well.

How to Know if I Need RehabSigns & Symptoms of Alcoholism

How to Know if Someone is an Alcoholic

Alcoholism can be a little bit tricky to identify, whether in yourself or in a friend or neighbor—but these telltale signs can help give you some clarity. Common marks of alcoholism include:

  • Lost control over drinking, being unable to quit or stand by a commitment of abstinence.
  • Giving up on other activities or relationships because of an alcohol habit.
  • Spending a great deal of time and energy using alcohol, obtaining it or hiding it.
  • Drinking despite obvious consequences—relational, physical, emotional, financial, professional, legal, etc.

Note that another common indication of alcoholism is denial. Those who struggle with alcohol addiction are usually adamant that they do not have a problem, and will try to downplay the effect of alcoholism in their life. If you identify the signs of alcoholism in a loved one, you will need to be persistent in showing your compassion and concern—and in urging them to seek treatment.

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Alcohol Rehab Programs in California

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Above It All Treatment Network, is a free substance abuse treatment resource in California that is part of the True Help Recovery Network of services. Our team of certified advisors are available  to help you or a loved-one with all things relating to drug & alcohol addiction, including treatment, resources and assistance throughout the entire admissions process. 

The good news is that treatment for alcoholism does exist. No two people are alike, so the specific course of treatment can vary from one person to the next. The important first step is to have the problem evaluated by one of the facility partner of Above It All Treatment Network’s alcohol recovery specialists, at which point an individualized treatment plan can be developed.

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Whether you or a loved one is suffering with a drug or alcohol problem, we can help. Our team of Certified Above All Advisors are available day and night in order to help you get help and recover once and for all. Pick up the phone and call us now.

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Sobriety is within your reach. Above It All Treatment Network believes in your recovery. Pick up the phone right now & learn how we can help you on your path to recovery through our extensive network of facility partners. Our FREE service is designed to make the treatment process as easy & stress-free as possible for you and your loved-ones. Don’t wait. Quit drinking & get sober now.

Recovery from alcoholism is possible—for you or for your friend or loved one. The important first step is to admit to the problem and then to seek professional help from Above It All Treatment Network certified team of advisors trained to help you, regardless of your personal situation.

Our process provides hope and healing to countless clients throughout California. Something that sets us apart is our honest commitment to making a difference for our patients. Our client advocates are not only well trained, but also utterly determined to help the people placed in our care. As a client of one of our facility partners, you will feel loved from the very first minute you set foot in our facility.

Our partners work with clients to develop a treatment plan that makes sense for them—and we are proud to continue walking with them in their recovery journey even after they leave a residential inpatient or outpatient program.

Find hope. Find recovery. Begin a commitment to lifelong recovery today—for yourself, for your friend, or for your loved one. Call our team today at 877-978-3312.

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