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Top Rated Alcohol Rehab for Lubbock Residents

Alcohol Detox , Alcohol Rehab Alexa Iocco | November 10, 2021

Top Rated Alcohol Rehab for Lubbock Residents

Best Alcohol Rehab for Lubbock Residents

If you think you may have an alcohol addiction and are considering addiction treatment, contact us at Resurgence Behavioral Health. We are the best alcohol rehab for Lubbock residents because of our comprehensive and integrated care programs, our amenities, and our peaceful and community-oriented facility. Our detox and rehab programs combine mental health, substance abuse, education, counseling, and primary care services into one comprehensive and individualized program, customized to best suit your unique needs. We will help you get to the root of your addiction, using dual diagnosis treatments when needed.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction is identified when your pattern of use becomes a problem, and you have a strong physical or psychological impulse to drink alcohol. Some signs you may have an alcohol addiction include:

  • Drinking in the morning, alone, or in secret; feeling guilty about drinking
  • Craving alcohol or having withdrawal symptoms without it
  • Uncontrollable mood swings and irritability
  • Prioritizing drinking over your responsibilities, interests, or other people’s needs
  • Continuing to drink even when it causes health, family, and money problems
  • Being unable to stop drinking, or control how much you drink when you get started

Risk Factors for Alcohol Addiction

You are more likely to develop an alcohol addiction if you consume more than 15 drinks per week for men, or 12 drinks per week for women, or if you binge drink, consuming 5 or more drinks in two hours for men, or 4 or more drinks in two hours for women. Some other known risk factors include:

Genetic factors – There are genetic factors behind alcohol addiction, with the biological children of alcoholics much more likely to develop an addiction themselves. This is not to say there is an alcoholism gene, but that there are multiple genetic factors that impact the risk.

Family and environment – if you grew up in a household where heavy drinking was the norm, or where drinking was encouraged, you are more likely to become an alcoholic later in life. It is also more likely that you will develop an alcohol addiction if you grew up wealthy, live in a country where alcohol is not taboo, are more educated, and are not associated with strict religious practices. People in some high-stress and high-risk careers, like being in the military, are also more likely to develop alcoholism.

Mental health – People suffering from mental health issues like depression, bipolar disorder, and social anxiety may use alcohol to self-medicate. The risk for alcoholism is higher in those who find that medication creates unpleasant side effects, and in those who have not been officially diagnosed. Having a mental health issue also makes it difficult to perceive the risks of binge drinking or long-term use.

Social factors and age – There are certain places and times in our lives where drinking is seen as socially acceptable and even glamorized. Being a college student is synonymous with binge drinking in the US, and unsurprisingly, most alcohol use is done by teenagers and young adults, with use tapering off into your 30s. People who start drinking before the age of 15 have the highest risk factor of developing an addiction.

Personality factors – Some personality types, like risk-seeking individuals, those with positive associations with alcohol, and those who are less inhibited and the “life of the party”, may be more likely to develop an addiction through heavy social drinking.

History – A person with a long history of drinking is more likely to develop alcoholism than someone who hasn’t been drinking very long, and someone who avoids social situations or who has decided not to drink often is at little to no risk of alcohol addiction.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Alcohol Rehab Levels of Care

At Resurgence, we offer the full spectrum of addiction treatment, from safe and effective detox programs, through inpatient care to a variety of outpatient programs. We can see you through from the beginning of your first day of treatment, all the way to aftercare programs, with the same team providing your care, so you do not have to seek new doctors or repeat your story to another therapist as you move from one level of care to the next.

We recognize that each of our patients is an individual with your own unique needs, and we will work with you to customize a program that will best benefit you in terms of your health, your addiction treatment, your preferences, your life, and your budget.

Alcohol Detox: The First Step in Overcoming Alcohol Addiction

Going ‘cold turkey’ from alcohol at home is never recommended, as withdrawal symptoms can be serious and sometimes escalate to become deadly if not overseen by medical professionals. At Resurgence, we have a Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that will keep you safe and comfortable, mitigating many symptoms through the use of FDA-approved, prescription doses of medications.

Common alcohol withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Anxiety and mood swings
  • Tremors
  • Uncontrollable sweating
  • Confusion or brain fog
  • Irritability
  • Nightmares
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Headache
  • Increased heart rate

These symptoms, along with intense cravings for alcohol, can become so uncomfortable that many people give up and relapse, even if symptoms do not become dangerous. Unfortunately, if a person has been drinking for a long period of time, drinking very heavily, or if other health issues are present, they may experience delirium tremens (DTs). Symptoms of delirium tremens include:

  • Confusion and agitation
  • High fever
  • Visual hallucinations
  • Audio hallucinations
  • Tactile hallucinations
  • Seizures –seizures happen in approximately 10% to 15% of people who try to detox on their own
  • Death – if left untreated, the DTs have a mortality rate of 5% to 15%.

People who have tried detoxing from alcohol before having a greater risk of developing delirium tremens, as does anybody who has been drinking for a long period of time, drinking heavily or binge drinking, or if other health issues are present in the patient at the time of detox.

With our MAT detox program, you will be monitored 24 hours a day by our professional, highly-trained medical team as you stay in a home-like environment for your detox. They will ensure you stay hydrated and safe from dangerous symptoms and will provide you medications to combat pain and anxiety and help you rest, so you can get through your detox as easily as possible.

Therapy and counseling are introduced early in the process as well so you can begin to work on finding the root of your addiction and deal with any unwanted thoughts or emotions that come up. If you have a co-occurring mental health condition, we will begin dual diagnosis treatments at this time as well.

Detox is only a short-term solution. Once you are stable and clear-headed enough to move on, we will transition you into a rehab program so you can heal, grow, and gain the skills and tools you will need to move on with your life without feeling the need to use alcohol.  

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Inpatient Alcohol Rehab

In inpatient rehab at Resurgence, you will move into our welcoming, community-oriented facility for 30 to 90 days, and receive full days of treatments to get to the underlying causes of addiction, and treat co-occurring disorders like trauma and mental health issues with treatments like:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Experiential Therapy
  • One-on-one therapy
  • Couples/Family Therapy

We also have:

  • 12-Step Groups
  • SMART Recovery Groups
  • Peer Process Groups
  • Pet-friendly facilities
  • Physical fitness and nutritional support
  • Outings to local attractions and nature
  • Vocational training
  • Life skills training

At Resurgence inpatient rehab, you will gain a sober community, recovery tools, life skills, substance avoidance techniques, control over your physical and mental health, and a new outlook on life.

Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Outpatient treatment at Resurgence is for Lubbock residents who cannot leave their responsibilities at home to enter an inpatient program and is also recommended for anybody who has completed an inpatient program. There are different levels of care, all of which include an assessment, education, group/family/individual therapy, and process groups, as well as continued access to medical and psychiatric care.

In our Partial Hospitalization Program, you live outside the facility but commute in for full days of programming, spending up to six hours per day, seven days a week in treatment if needed. This program is usually temporary, to phase patients out of inpatient rehab back into everyday life.

In our Intensive Outpatient Program, you will have the flexibility to return to work or school and schedule your treatments around your life. You will have continued support when you need it but can get back out there and take care of your responsibilities. Virtual IOP options are available at some locations.

We encourage all patients to remain in outpatient care for as long as they need. You can also schedule attendance at a 12-Step or SMART recovery meeting or drop by any Resurgence facility if you want some extra support. We have a robust alumni group and aftercare programs, so even when you’ve completed all outpatient programs you will always have somewhere to turn if you need someone to talk to.

Dual Diagnosis Alcohol Rehab for Lubbock Residents

Dual diagnosis is the treatment of co-occurring mental health issues and/or trauma that are underlying alongside your addiction, using therapy, clinical care, and medication. The root of addiction and the root of mental illness are often entwined or may even be the same issue, so treating them together will end the cycle and lead to a more effective, long-term recovery. It is recommended that patients receiving dual diagnosis treatments stay in inpatient care for a minimum of 30 days, with a better prognosis if they stay for a longer-term 60- or 90-day treatment regimen.

Alcohol Rehab at Resurgence

Alcohol rehab at Resurgence is effective, and through the combination of a medically assisted detox, time in inpatient rehab, and/or a long-term outpatient program, our customized continuum of care will ensure you stay safe, cared for, and regain control over your life, free of alcohol addiction. 

You will gain access to a vibrant sober community of peers and professionals who will always be there when you need it, and through behavioral therapy and counseling, you will gain a full mindset shift that will benefit you for a lifetime. To learn more about alcohol rehab for Lubbock residents, addiction treatment, and medical detox, contact us today.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Does your Insurance Cover Rehab?

At Resurgence, we accept most PPO insurance. Verify your insurance now.