Alcohol abuse is so prevalent in our society that we are constantly reshaping our laws and the way we deal with those of us who fall through the cracks and end up on the other side of the tracks, living with a serious problem.
Out of the nearly 4 million Americans who receive treatment each year for substance abuse, well over half (nearly 2.5 million Americans) of them will receive treatment for alcohol abuse. Long-term alcohol use and abuse can adversely affect nearly every organ in your body, even your brain.
Alcohol permeates our society. Sure, there are those who can “handle their liquor” and go out, enjoying a cocktail or two and hitting the off switch. But for those who do not have this luxury, those who find themselves powerless against the many negative effects of alcohol, Recovery Guild can help.
We’ll give you the proper treatment and education that will help you to abstain from alcohol use and abuse in the future. Once you’ve had some time and some perspective, it will get easier and easier to rise above the influence. You’ll find yourself willing and able to take control of your well-being again. The time is now to invest in your future. Recovery Guild is here to do the hard work with you, to walk the walk side by side and support you in your rehabilitation efforts.
Our dedicated staff of professionals and technicians will go the extra mile to help give you the best possible chance at sobriety. It’s time to do something good for yourself. The first sober choice you make should be to call Recovery Guild.
Contact Recovery Guild today. We work round the clock to give you first-rate rehabilitation services. Schedule your initial consultation today and we’ll help you determine what the best possible treatment track is for you.
The Future is Bright
Once you’ve walked through our doors you’ll already start to feel better. Contact Recovery Guild today and we’ll provide you with an initial consultation. We’ll discuss your experience and assess your needs. Together we’ll determine the best way to treat your substance use disorder.