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Leading Alcohol Rehab Centre in Toronto & GTA

We, at Freedom From Addiction, render quality care, medical alcohol detox and a serene atmosphere for our clients to achieve freedom from alcohol. Our facility has multi-disciplinary teams including skilled psychiatrists, nurses, addiction psychologists and other experienced staff assisting people in alcohol addiction.

Our team has the competency to treat severe alcohol/substance misuse problems. Our professionals specialize in treating those who have developed a severe dependency on alcohol. Planned treatment, personalized care and effective recovery programs are our three benchmarks to treating alcohol addiction.

Our Alcohol Treatment Services Include

  • Detoxification and psychosocial support helps control drinking
  • Medical help is given to counter immediate health concerns and to maintain abstinence
  • Residential Treatment
  • Individual Counseling for maintaining abstinence
  • Interventions
  • Awareness programs for alcohol
  • Emotional Recovery Programs
  • Relapse Preventions
  • Family therapy involving emotional support of family and loved ones

Alcohol Detoxification – A Crucial Step

A detoxification program is of utmost importance for a successful alcohol treatment program. Our team supervises the detoxification program that includes:

  • Instant admission to our alcohol treatment program
  • An adjustable period during which clients are ready to undergo the intensive treatment and individual counselling

Our medical staff supports the clients at every process, assisting them in bringing positive changes to their lifestyle along with maintaining their health condition.

Mental Health Counseling

Mental health counselling is vital for alcohol treatment. It helps in covering many disorders such as mood, anxiety, impulsivity, sleep, eating, cognitive abilities, personality disorders and more. Our addiction will undertake ongoing psychiatric assessment which involves analyzing the existence of mental health issues.

Signs Your Loved One Needs Alcohol Rehab

Are you concerned that one of your loved ones might be exhibiting suspicious behaviour when it comes to the extent of their drinking, but aren’t completely certain? The following is a list of discernible telltale signs that can help you to determine the difference between social drinking habits and when it’s time to consider enrolling in alcohol rehab.

  • Increased Tolerance

The more alcohol you consume on a regular basis, the more your physical tolerance will increase over time. This means that the same amount of alcohol will no longer suffice to help you achieve the level of intoxication you desire. Most people tend to boast about the fact that they’ve built up a high tolerance or strong resistance for alcohol and that they can consume larger quantities than their friends without feeling the effects. However, this is a clear indicator that they’re slowly damaging their body from the inside out and it should be taken as a sign that the person might need some help.

  • Demonstrating Withdrawal Symptoms

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms include sweating profusely, mild or severe involuntary tremors, nausea, vomiting, headaches and getting the chills. If someone you know is exhibiting any of these symptoms after not consuming alcohol for a short period of time, then this means that their body has likely developed a dependency on alcohol and can’t function normally without it.

  • Losing Track of Alcohol Consumption and Neglecting Responsibilities

If you’re always finding yourself in situations where you’re losing track of how much alcohol you’ve consumed or even if you’re always convincing yourself that you feel fine and can continue drinking, then this is a course for concern. Letting your alcohol consumption dictate your life or derail your other important plans and obligations is a definite sign that you need help.

  • Harming Themselves or Others

If your loved one’s addiction has the potential to either inadvertently or purposely put themselves or others in harm’s way, then this is a major indication that their habit has gotten totally out of control and should be addressed immediately. In some cases, the person might think that they’re capable of driving or operating heavy machinery while under the influence and this can cause potentially serious injury or even death. On the other hand, alcohol can have varying effects on individuals and it has the capacity to induce a great deal of violent behaviour in some people, which they might take out on themselves or others.

How Can You Convince an Addict to Go to Rehab?

Unfortunately, you can’t legally force an addict to enter rehab against their will and even if you could, this would be the least effective method of providing them with the support they need. In order for the treatment to be as impactful and sustainable as possible, the addict needs to feel loved and supported rather than like a shameful burden on their family and friends. There are several methods you can undertake to help motivate your loved one into making the right decision and taking the necessary steps to get the help they need.

First and foremost, you should consider staging a well thought out intervention where all of the person’s family and friends can gather to air their grievances regarding the person’s addiction in a non-judgmental and understanding manner. Planning and sensitivity are key in this type of situation, so be sure to tread lightly while also maintaining honesty and respect. The last thing you want to do is trigger the person to go off on another bender. Considering these types of events can get a little heated and out of control, it might be helpful to hire a professional impartial interventionist to serve as a mediator. You should also contact a prominent rehab facility in advance to let them know about the situation and have a mode of transportation on standby to take the person there presuming the success of the intervention.

 

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