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Alcohol Addiction
and Treatment

Sober Freedom can help you stop the vicious cycle of alcohol addiction. We’ll get you alcohol addiction treatment from licensed professionals that understand exactly what you’re going through and make the transition to a sober life as simple as possible.

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Call (323) 270-0657

If you or a family member is suffering from alcohol addiction and dependency, we understand what you’re going through. Depression, anxiety, and loss of control can make it difficult to pick up the phone and call for help, but we are here for you 24 hours a day to will help get you the alcohol addiction treatment you deserve.

Sober Freedom offers alcohol addiction treatment programs to fit your individual needs. We help coordinate treatment for you and help you with the insurance process as well. If you’re a parent, family member or friend of someone suffering from alcoholism, if they are hesitant to enter treatment but you know they need it, we can help right away.
Call us at (323) 270-0657 now.

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Questions About Treatment?

You may have questions about alcohol addiction treatment, what the treatment facility is like, what you’ll have to do, how long treatment will be, and how to pay for treatment. Sober Freedom maintains a 24 hour hotline with dedicated professionals who know what you are going through and are ready to give you the answers you need before making the best decision of your life: to get clean and sober today. We’re here to help, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Call us at (323) 270-0657.

Alcohol Detox

Detox is often necessary for those who have suffered from alcohol addiction long term. Sober Freedom will help you get to detox before you enter treatment. If you are having severe withdrawal symptoms and want to get help, call Sober Freedom today at (323) 270-0657 to learn about detox options so that you will be able to focus on recovery while in treatment. Our goal is to give you the best possible opportunity to successfully complete treatment.

How Friends and Family Can Help

If you are a parent, family member or friend who has a loved one suffering from addiction to alcohol, call us at (323) 270-0657. Sober Freedom can help you understand the basics of alcohol treatment, how our program works and how to arrange for payment for treatment. We can even help convince your loved one to accept help. Most insurance is accepted. However, even if you have no insurance, we have a flexible financing program in place to make things easier to get your loved one on their way to living the life they deserve.

Signs of Alcohol Addiction

There are a number of signs that are very common about addiction to alcohol consistent for most people suffering from the disease. Most people find it difficult to concentrate, they will miss important scheduled events like work, school or other planned events. Their sleep patterns change significantly. Some may find it difficult to sleep. Some may sleep too much. Since alcoholism results in failure to keep appearances with friends, family and work, sometimes these relationships are strained to the breaking point.

Can I Afford Treatment?

At Sober Freedom, we believe that the last thing anyone should have to worry about when it comes to getting clean and sober is how to pay for treatment. Sober Freedom accepts most insurance plans and we also offer easy financing. We’ll take care of all of the paperwork for you so you can focus on what you need: getting clean and sober. If you have questions about insurance that we accept or if you have questions about financing or getting to treatment, contact us using the form on this page or call us at (323) 270-0657.

Alcohol Withdrawal

If you drink heavily for weeks, months, or years, you may have both mental and physical problems when you stop. Symptoms range from mild to severe. And if you’ve ever experienced withdrawal before, you’re more likely to go through it if you quit drinking again. Signs of alcohol withdrawal are excessive sweating, nausea, irritability, depression, mood swings, insomnia, blackouts, delirium tremens (DT’s) and heart palpitations. If you experience any of these symptoms you should get help immediately.

Steps of Recovery from Alcohol Addiction

Step One

The first and hardest step for most people is coming to terms with the fact that you need help. Most people that suffer from alcohol dependency have a difficult time accepting help for a number of reasons: it’s embarrassing to admit you need help; you don’t want to leave your friends and family and, perhaps the hardest part, you don’t want to stop drinking because it may very well be the only thing that seems to stop the pain. It’s important to get past these fears if you want to live the life you truly deserve. You can call Sober Freedom 24 hours a day or fill out the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible to help you reach the next step.

Step Two

Once you’ve made the decision to call Sober Freedom, the next step is getting you into treatment. Sober Freedom makes it easy for people struggling with alcohol addiction to get into treatment. We accomplish this by handling all of the necessary paperwork for you. We’ll make the calls to your insurance provider for you. We’ll help you obtain means of paying for treatment, even if you don’t have insurance. We’ll answer all your questions about the facility, and about your individualized program. We’ll even help you arrange to get to the treatment center if you don’t have means of transportation. Sober Freedom will be there for you every step of the way.

Step Three

Detox may be necessary for some, but not all. If you require a stay at a detox facility, we will set up a plan to get you to there before you enter treatment. If you’ve been addicted to alcohol for a long time and of you have been consistently drinking just prior to calling a treatment facility, you may very well need to briefly stay at a detox facility. The typical signs you may need detox are associated with the withdrawal symptoms of alcoholism themselves. Sweating excessively, irritability, anxiety, depression and mood swings are typical signs of withdrawal from alcohol. If you feel these symptoms if you do not drink, you may need to detox before entering rehab.

Step Four

Working through your treatment program is the path towards living a clean and sober life. Your treatment may last 30, 60 or 90 days depending on your individual needs. Before you leave treatment, your counselors will help you develop a plan to re-integrate back in to the world safely, with a solid plan for continuing sobriety long in to the future. Treatment for every person is different and the right approach for you will be unique. Your ongoing treatment program after you leave the facility will be designed to fit your individual needs and you will develop a network of people to call if you are ever in need of help or assistance.