Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2014
A Los Angeles alcohol rehab is announcing that a new program aimed at eliminating underage drinking is now available at Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers.
A report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services indicates that a majority of underage current drinkers in 2012 reported that their last use of alcohol in the past month occurred in a home setting, either in someone else's home (54.4 percent) or their own home (31.4 percent). The rate for drinking at someone else's home in 2012 was lower than the rate in 2011 (57.0 percent), while the rate for drinking at home was higher than it was in 2011 (28.2 percent). In 2012, underage females were more likely than males to have been in a restaurant, bar, or club on their last drinking occasion (8.1 vs. 5.6 percent).
Alcohol rehab offers the opportunity to adolescents that cannot pay attention in school, don't care about life, seclude themselves from their parents and friends, and have serious chemical imbalances within themselves to find a solution. Young people can halt, at an early stage in life, a lifelong dependency upon alcohol.
Detoxification cleans and clears alcohol from a person's internal organs. After detox, a person is ready to begin the next phase of rehab which is counseling and therapy.
Our Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center rehab staff will look at a person's life. The staff sees where areas of dependency might have started. Key factors are identified and addressed in the alcohol rehab setting.
Alcoholism touches family members, too, and they can get help at Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers.
For more information on Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers, please visit http://drugsdetox.org or call (855) 912-7867.