Alcohol Abuse Treatment Program in Grand Prairie
Our alcohol rehab program near Dallas-Ft Worth treats alcohol addiction as well as co-occurring addictions and/or other mental health disorders. This page will explain everything you need to know about rehab for alcohol use disorder at Greenhouse Treatment Center.
About Our Alcohol Rehab Program at Greenhouse Treatment Center
Greenhouse Treatment Center’s alcohol addiction rehab customizes treatment plans for each patient.
Who Should Consider Attending Alcohol Rehab?
What Medications Are Used During Alcohol Detox?
Medication can be an effective tool in helping people with AUD, both during detox and after.7 However, not all patients will require the use of medications. Our medical staff perform thorough assessments of all patients to guide the use of medications as appropriate. If a patient’s assessment does call for the use of medication during detox, a benzodiazepine may be used to help treat alcohol withdrawal symptoms and prevent serious medical complications such as seizures.
How to Get Admitted to Alcohol Rehab
To start the admissions process, simply reach out to one of our admissions navigators. Our admissions team will lead you through the process of getting admitted to our alcohol rehab program in the Dallas-Ft Worth area.
A Full Continuum of Care
For those who have already completed detox, our residential or inpatient programs offer addiction care at the highest level.
Outpatient & Sober Living
Our outpatient programs range in intensity and can serve as an entry point into treatment or extension of treatment started in another form rehab.
Getting admitted to one of our quality programs is simple and easy. Our admissions navigators are available 24/7 to answer questions and review your options. Call us at today.
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