Springboard’s Alcohol Rehab program
Develop a new lifestyle that doesn’t depend on alcohol use
We’re Here to Help!
Is alcohol use negatively affecting your family, work, finances and/or relationships? Do you have trouble controlling how much or how often you’re drinking? If you’ve answered YES, you’re probably already dependent on alcohol and need help getting sober.
When someone tries to suddenly stop using alcohol after a prolonged period of excessive use or dependency, they’ll most likely experience alcohol withdrawal. Depending on the individual’s consumption history, alcohol withdrawal symptoms can vary in their severity and length. For some people, symptoms are mild to moderate, while for others, they can be painful and even life-threatening.
Common symptoms of withdrawal include:
Detox is a crucial first step in the recovery process. It is the stage in which your body is cleansed of alcohol and its toxins. The goal is to help you to get mentally and physically stable enough to begin rehabilitation.
Springboard works with trusted detox facilities in the area to help make your withdrawal safer and less uncomfortable.
Need more information about detox options?
OUTpatient Treatment Services
Some of the treatment services included in our outpatient program are:
NOTE: The optimal number of treatment days per week and hours per day required will be determined by our clinicians based on your unique needs.
In the early stages of rehabilitation, it can be very difficult for many people to fully commit to their recovery while living in their regular home environment.
At Springboard we offer a unique model that combines outpatient treatment and Recovery Housing. Sometimes called Sober Living, Recovery Housing provides a structured, supportive, and stable environment, free from the usual stressors, triggers, and temptations.
Our outpatient program combined with Recovery Housing may be perfect for you. Contact our admissions team for more information!
Your Insurance provider may Cover 100% of treatment
Call us to verify if your Insurance Provider will cover your treatment