Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be one of the most severe detoxes depending on how heavily the abuser used alcohol. Addicts who didn’t consume that much may experience anxiety, depression, nausea, and sweating. Alcoholics that consumed large amounts of alcohol daily may have mental confusion, severe tremors, delirium, hallucinations, and/or dangerous seizures.
Timeline of Treatment
At this stage, treatment usually consists of mostly medical interventions; which may include medications, making sure your body is nourished and hydrated, monitoring withdrawal and health symptoms, and making sure you detox safely.
Residential Level of Care
In residential treatment, you are newly out of detox, and your mind is starting to clear. We start helping you learn and practice how to live sober and teach you the necessary skills.
Day Treatment Level of Care
At the Day Treatment level of care, you have learned enough in residential treatment to start taking on more responsibilities and be pushed outside of your comfort zone more.
Intensive Outpatient Care
The Intensive Outpatient level of care is where you are likely working a job, you have got over the shock of being out of residential treatment, have settled into a healthy routine, and now you are working on the nitty-gritty things.
Sober living is a safe and supportive place for you to move into after you’re done with residential treatment. In sober living you have more freedom with some strategic accountability to help you safely transition back to everyday life.
General Outpatient Care
This is the lowest level of care where you only come to one group, once per week. You have progressed and shown that you can maintain sobriety, use your skills you learned to handle everyday situations and conflicts.
We Are Here to Help
Our team is here to support and help you as you find this new path. Talk to one of our representatives to learn if Cold Creek is be best route for you.