Alcohol Treatment - PAX Riverbend | Jeffersonville, Indiana

Alcohol Treatment

Alcohol Rehab Changes Lives

PHP Alcohol Rehabilitation

PHP Alcohol Rehabilitation

Our PHP or partial-hospitalization alcohol treatment program is our highest level of care where patients will spend the majority of their days in group and individual therapy sessions. Our experienced treatment providers are dedicated to providing you with the tools needed for lasting sobriety.

Intensive Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Intensive Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Intensive outpatient alcohol programs (IOP) consist of 3-5 group counseling sessions per week. During IOP, individuals learn how to prevent relapse, cope with life's challenges, and maintain lasting sobriety. Contact us today to see how our Indiana alcohol rehab can help you take back control of your life.

Addiction Counseling

Addiction Counseling

Our licensed substance abuse and mental health counselors are here to provide each patient with undivided attention so they can get to the root causes of their drinking. We're dedicated to helping you address the causes, treat the symptoms, and heal completely so you can break free from alcoholism.

Chronic Alcohol Abuse Destroys Lives

Has your drinking caused you these problems?

Violent Behavior
Problems Holding a Job
Money Problems
Emotional Issues
Physical Health Problems
Family Problems
Angry Outbursts
Lack of Motivation
Physical Withdrawal
Social Isolation

Our Alcohol Treatment Center Is Here To Help

Battling with alcohol addiction isn’t easy. In fact, most of our staff have been there ourselves, so we understand what you’re going through. However, we also know that recovery is possible. Our alcohol rehab center in Jeffersonville, Indiana is here to provide you with a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan that will set the foundation for your recovery.

Alcohol abuse is seriously damaging to the mind and body. If you don’t get help, chronic drinking may lead to a variety of physical, mental, and social problems that affect your quality of life. Whether this is your first time seeking treatment for alcoholism or you’re coming back from a relapse, we’re always here to help. Call us today to get started.

Get Help

With Your Alcohol Addiction Today

Whenever you’re ready to take the first step by asking for help with your drinking, our staff will be here to show you exactly how you can achieve a healthy, happy, and sober lifestyle.

Our trusted doctors and clinical staff work together to design custom treatment plans that meet the unique needs of each individual. Everyone is different and we believe that everyone deserves an individualized treatment plan that shows them how to live life without the need for alcohol.

One of the biggest fears among alcoholics is going through the withdrawal period. When you choose PAX Riverbend as your alcohol rehab center, our doctors will provide you with medications to ease your withdrawal symptoms and our clinical staff will provide you with the rest of the support you may need.

Once you’ve completed a safe and comfortable detox, you will transition into our PHP treatment program where you will participate in group and individual therapy sessions. Throughout treatment, we’ll help you uncover the root causes of your drinking, heal from the damaging effects of alcohol abuse, and learn how to stay sober.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Treat Alcoholism?

At PAX Riverbend, we treat alcohol addiction the same way we treat drug addiction. Alcohol is just as addictive and addiction is often caused by the same root issues. However, each individual is different - which is why we assess your needs and tailor a unique alcohol treatment plan for you. Throughout each level of care, from PHP to IOP and aftercare, we'll be there to monitor your progress and provide you with support.

What if I Don't Think I Can Stay Sober?

A lot of us felt that way when we first asked for help. In the end, your recovery depends on the effort and willingness that you put into it. That being said, knowing which steps to take aren't easy. That's where professional help comes in. We're here to provide you with therapy, introduce you to recovery, and give you the tools you will need to stay sober. Whether or not you apply these tools for the years to come is up to you. Either way, we'll still be here to help.

Is Alcohol Really That Bad For My Health?

Even though alcohol is legal and easy to get, it's actually one of the most harmful substances you can abuse. Chronic drinking often leads to a wide variety of health problems like cirrhosis of the liver, cancer, depression, wet brain, and other conditions. The good news is that most of these conditions heal themselves after a long period of sobriety - so the sooner you get help, the better.

How Do I Deal With Alcohol Withdrawal?

First and foremost, trying to detox at home is never a good idea. Alcohol withdrawal is one of the more dangerous detox processes because it can lead to panic attacks, heart palpitations, delirium, psychosis, seizures, and even death. Instead, you should always seek help from an alcohol detox facility. At PAX Riverbend, our doctors will help you avoid the painful and life-threatening withdrawal symptoms using FDA-approved medications so that your experience is as safe and as comfortable as possible.

Will I Be Able to Drink Normally After Rehab?

Never, under any circumstances, do we advise patients to drink alcohol in any amount or capacity after leaving rehab. In many cases, one drink leads to another and another, and, eventually, you find yourself back in the vicious cycle of alcohol addiction that you had worked so hard to break free from. Sure, the thought of never drinking again is overwhelming - but we'll teach you how to deal with these thoughts so you can find peace with your sobriety.

What Types of Counseling Do You Offer?

Our alcohol rehab in Jeffersonville, Indiana provides evidence-based therapies in both group and individual settings. In addition to intensive therapy, we also encourage our patients to participate in a 12-step recovery fellowship, such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) or Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), after completing treatment with us.

Quit Drinking Today

Contact us to receive help for alcohol addiction. For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.