Orlando, FL (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
An Orlando treatment center is launching a new program toward helping reduce alcohol addiction cases for adults and adolescents through Drug Addiction Treatment Centers.
In a report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in 2012, there were 4.6 million persons aged 12 or older who had used alcohol for the first time within the past 12 months; this averages to approximately 12,600 initiates per day. In 2012, most (81.4 percent) of the 4.6 million recent alcohol initiates were younger than age 21 at the time of initiation. Approximately 58.3 percent initiated prior to age 18.
This program, along with others for other drug addiction problems, expands upon the center’s already established substance abuse structure, offering additional hours of individual counseling and support.
Alcoholism, a disease that destroys individuals as well as families, is addressed through the substance abuse treatment center’s programs. The program offers a collective style of treatment options for clients. Ultimately, its bottom line is to help all clients leave the addiction treatment center with a structure in place for life outside of it. People come into these types of centers looking either for a new life or relief from their pain, and counselors and therapists on staff are ready to help.
Entering the Orlando rehab center gives clients a new chance to be responsible members of society once again. They come to find themselves, discover new levels of self-esteem, and a spirituality that works.
Once people leave the treatment center, outpatient care and support is strongly suggested by counselors. Transitioning back into the “real world” takes time, too, and outpatient treatment allows clients an opportunity to share their victories and struggles with like-minded people. When it’s all put together, from detoxification to outpatient care, the substance abuse treatment center gives people a second chance.
For more information on the treatment center in Orlando, visit http://drugsdetox.org or call (855) 912-7867.