Support Services for Alcohol Addiction
Get help for alcohol addiction with resources from Alcohol Services. Our free Web resources are designed to help your family navigate the challenging waters surrounding an addiction.
Alcohol Services Center, Inc.’s (ASC) mission is to provide in-depth individualized, and supportive mental health services with compassion and empathy to ALL.
Recovering from alcohol addiction can be challenging. Those who have developed a dependence on alcohol may experience withdrawal symptoms within six to 24 hours after their last drink. Some of these withdrawal symptoms, such as seizures, can be life-threatening, especially for those who undergo it alone without getting help at an alcohol rehab center.
At Alcohol Services, you will learn how an alcohol rehab center can benefit you or a loved one who needs help recovering from an alcohol use disorder. We will help you find an accredited alcohol rehab center that offers alcohol detox, medication maintenance, and a range of behavioral therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, family therapy, and contingency management.
Learn more about alcoholism and getting help. Identifying the signs and convincing a family member or friend can prevent health problems or worse.
How Addiction Works and How People Recover
There are countless misconceptions surrounding addiction. These range from the nature of the condition to the character of those it afflicts, and on to the process of recovery. Naturally, the process of helping those who suffer from addiction doesn't end at rehab....
How Does Alcohol Change Your Personality?
Alcohol abuse can change your personality in big ways. Some people drink to lower their inhibitions and relax. However, many of your normal personality traits succumb to more negative impulses during intoxication. You may notice anger, selfishness and egotistical...
Can You Ever Drink Again If You’re An Alcoholic?
When people enter alcohol treatment programs, often one of the questions they ask is, "Can I Drink again if I'm an alcoholic?" Everyone is different, and there are degrees of addiction, from mild to severe. In addition, there's some debate about whether the desire to...