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Alcohol Treatment

In 2014, The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported American consumers spend roughly $1 of every $100 on alcohol. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, excessive drinking costs the U.S. more than $223 billion a year.

For nowhere near those amounts, Sovereign Health’s alcohol abuse treatment begins with detox, should the client warrant. Detoxing from alcohol requires medical supervision. Depending on the severity of the individual’s addiction, a person can suffer a stroke or die while detoxing from alcohol. Sovereign’s medical staff ensures every detox at our facilities follows medical guidelines.

Following detox, the client begins treatment. Clients receive individualized treatment plans based on information collected during assessment. Sovereign offers conventional clinical therapies as well as alternative treatment, such as art therapy, yoga, equine therapy, neurofeedback training and cognitive retraining.

Alcoholism is an insidious disease, affecting every organ and every system of the body. Sovereign treats the physical effects of alcohol and the underlying causes which fuel the alcoholic’s addiction.

Heavy drinker or alcoholic?

Heavy drinking does not necessarily indicate alcoholism. Any major trauma or upheaval in life can lead to an increase in alcohol consumption as a means of coping. The tipping point comes when increased consumption becomes the norm and alcohol becomes a necessity.

It is not always easy to distinguish between heavy drinking and alcoholism. Some of the warning signs to look for are:

  • Loss of appetite, preferring a drink to a meal
  • Denial or secrecy over the amount of alcohol consumed
  • Drinking prior to functions or taking additional alcohol to ensure a sufficient supply
  • Spending time planning the next drink or recovering from the last one
  • Lack of interest in appearance, work, school, relationships and more
  • Withdrawal symptoms such as tremors, anxiety, headache, nausea, hallucinations and nightmares

Sovereign Health of California

At Sovereign Health, we offer a complete detox and treatment program for alcohol addiction. Our staff is available 24/7, offering care and support from initial intervention through detox until treatment ends. Sovereign accepts most insurance plans.

We combine traditional treatment methods with holistic alternatives to ensure our clients achieve long-term sobriety and a successful re-integration into society. If you would like further information, please call to speak with a member of our admissions team. They will be happy to answer your questions.

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Sovereign Treatment Center – At A Glance

Multiple Locations

Caring Staff

Psychiatrist + Medical Doctor Assistance

Tailor-Made Programs

No-Hassle Admissions

Easy Insurance/Payment Benefits

Accreditations & Affiliations

Step Towards Healing

  1. Treatment facilities located in beautiful locations
  2. Serving adults, adolescents and families
  3. Detoxification services available
  4. Individualized and comprehensive treatment programs
  5. Insurance accepted and financing available

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Sovereign Health Group is a residential rehabilitation treatment provider that has programs and services devoted to mental health conditions. To learn more about our continuum of care, speak with one of our expert treatment consultants and begin the journey to recovery today!


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Your Problem Has An Answer - Get Help In 4 Steps

1.

Call Us

Call our 24/7 helpline or fill out our online form to have one of our admission specialists contact you.

2.

Verify Your Insurance

Our admissions team will work with your insurance company to get you the coverage you need or go over your payment plan options.

3.

Take the Assessment

Our clinical professionals provide an over-the-phone assessment to determine your addiction and/or mental health needs.

4.

Enter Treatment

The road to recovery begins with admission.