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What Helps with Alcohol Withdrawal?
As you undergo detox, and throughout your recovery journey, keep your recovery goals firmly in mind. Here are several ways to make withdrawal and recovery easier.
How Does a Drug Overdose Kill You
A drug or alcohol overdose happens when a person consumes a lethal or toxic amount of an addictive substance, poisoning the body. An overdose may be accidental or may be a deliberate suicide attempt. Each class of drugs has a unique effect on the brain and body, causing death by overdose for different reasons.
Is Alcoholism a Mental Illness?
In 1980, the third edition of the Manual, DSM-3, identified alcoholism as a subset of a mental health disorder. The current edition, DSM-5, classifies alcoholism, now referred to as Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) or Substance Use Disorder (SUD), as a mental disorder presenting both physical and mental symptoms.
We know that recovery isn’t easy, and putting together sober or clean time takes work. So, we dedicate the last Wednesday family night of each month to celebrate. One look at the crowd huddled into our main room lets you know we have something special going on at BlueCrest. Some celebrants are in the later stages of our program when they reach 90 days or 6 months. Former clients that have successfully completed routinely come back to celebrate a year or more of sobriety. With peers and loved ones in attendance, the feeling that we are a family here at BlueCrest could not be any clearer.
12-step programs are the path to maintaining long-term, meaningful sobriety.
Clients and families are kept informed of all treatment components from initial contact to discharge.
Our therapeutic approach is grounded in the most reliable clinical practices for substance abuse recovery.
Multiple Treatment Modalities
Our program integrates numerous treatment modalities from yoga and meditation to individual and group services.
Highly-Trained Clinical Staff
Our staff is carefully selected not only for their skills and experience but for their passion in helping others, as well.
Our case management and aftercare services will make all necessary referrals for sober housing and treatment when completing our program.
Our integrated treatment model addresses the spiritual, physical and mental components of addiction.
We ensure every client has a long-term plan for ongoing recovery and a sober network in place before they discharge.
Mind, Body, Spirit Focus
The spiritual, physical and mental components of our treatment promote a healthy mind, body and spirit.
Personalized Plan of Care
Each treatment plan is individualized to meet the unique needs of each client.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
BlueCrest has an on-staff psychiatrist, psychiatric APN and licensed clinical team to assist those with a dual diagnosis.
Our focus at BlueCrest is on solutions to addiction and mental health challenges, not living in the problem.
I feel like I’ve found somebody that was long lost and I’m still finding that person, and it’s a journey that I’m welcoming. I’ve gotten my life back and I’ve gotten my soul back.