Alcoholic Son FAQ – Frequesntly Asked Questions
Yes. Our addiction treatments are private and confidential. It’s possible that you will have seen case studies and testimonials featuring current and past clients. This is done with their written permission.
Yes. We have treated many individuals that suffer from Alcohol Problems. Our in-house Addiction Treatment Specialists have years of training and experience and can provide your Son with the care and treatment he requires to recover from his Alcohol Addiction.
Please call us on 01502 587269 or request a call back for the current cost of residential alcohol treatment. Our Assessment Team have a number of quick questions that will help us determine the treatment costs specific to your Son’s requirements. There is no obligation, it’s just a chat.
If required, an Alcohol Detox takes 2 Weeks. Then our Alcohol Addiction Treatment takes an additional 1 to 12 Weeks. Your Son’s treatment package will be tailored to his specific circumstances and requirements. We can give a clear indication of the time frame your Son will require during our FREE and Confidential discussion with you. Call us on 01502 587269, email us or request call back today.
Yes. It’s very common to suffer from great anxiety and/or depression when enduring a drug and/or alcohol problem. If your Son suffers from anxiety and/or depression we will include treatment for anxiety and depression in your Son’s Treatment Plan.
Yes. We understand many alcohol addiction sufferers put great importance of maintaining contact with Children and other Family Members during treatment. Our primary concern is your Son’s treatment and recovery. We can create and manage a contact plan for your Son that maintains and contributes to his positive treatment.
Yes. Subject to our FREE assessment. In most cases your Son’s deeper emotional and mental conditions can usually be treated as part of the treatment program we create for your Son. Detox and treatment is an excellent mental health assessment tool. When the client has been removed from the substance it is easier to assess if there is a deeper underlining emotional or mental disorders other than that which are being caused by the addiction itself.
Yes. Dual treatment is not uncommon. We have treated many individuals that suffer from drug problems in addition to alcohol addiction. Our in-house Addiction Treatment Specialists have years of training and experience and can provide your Son with the care and treatment he requires to recover from his Drug Problem.
Our assessment team are on hand to answer any specific questions you may have. It’s FREE, Confidential and there’s no obligation.