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Alcoholism Treatment Center & Rehabilitation

Alcohol is one of our society’s most commonly abused substances.

It is legal, socially acceptable and sometimes goes hidden for a long time. Alcoholism is deadly, chronic and widespread.

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What is Alcohol Abuse?

image of man in casual pose for Gulf Breeze Recovery drug and alcohol treatmentAlcohol Abuse is generally considered to be drinking that can result in physical harm or damage to a person’s relationships or responsibilities. Alcoholism, alcohol addiction, or alcohol dependence is widely recognized as a chronic illness of compulsive drinking. It is a disorder and chronic condition that results in an inability to stop drinking, even if it causes problems in various aspects of the person’s life. Alcoholism affects the entire family; indeed, everyone who has contact with the alcoholic is affected.

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism estimates that 16 million Americans – 15.1 million adults and 623,000 adolescents aged 12-17 -- have alcohol use disorders. Alcohol abuse or problem drinking that becomes severe is given the medical diagnosis of “alcohol use disorder” or AUD in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5).

To be diagnosed with AUD, individuals must meet certain criteria outlined in the DSM. Under DSM-5, anyone meeting any two of the 11 criteria during the same 12-month period receives a diagnosis of AUD. The severity of AUD – mild, moderate, or severe – is based on the number of criteria met.

How do I know if I’m an alcoholic or a loved one is an alcoholic?

Alcohol addiction can be difficult to recognize since it is widely available, accepted in many cultures, and often linked to social situations and celebrations. Understanding the symptoms of alcohol abuse and addiction can make it easier to determine when it’s time to get professional help in order to stop the cycle of addiction and work towards successful recovery.

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According to the National Institute on Health, here are 11 signs of AUD: Alcohol Use Disorder

  1. pile of beer bottle caps for Gulf Breeze Recovery's non-12 step rehab in florida blog article entitled "The 3 "A's" of Reducing Alcohol Abuse—And Why American’s Won't Implement Them"Had times when you ended up drinking more, or longer, than you intended?
  2. More than once wanted to cut down or stop drinking, or tried to, but couldn’t?
  3. More than once gotten into situations while or after drinking that increased your chances of getting hurt (such as driving, swimming, using machinery, walking in a dangerous area, or having unsafe sex)?
  4. Had to drink much more than you once did to get the effect you want? Or found that your usual number of drinks had much less effect than before?
  5. Continued to drink even though it was making you feel depressed or anxious or adding to another health problem? Or after having had a memory blackout?
  6. Spent a lot of time drinking? Or being sick or getting over other after effects?
  7. Continued to drink even though it was causing trouble with your family or friends?
  8. Found that drinking—or being sick from drinking—often interfered with taking care of your home or family? Or caused job troubles? Or school problems?
  9. Given up or cut back on activities that were important or interesting to you, or gave you pleasure, in order to drink?
  10. More than once gotten arrested, been held at a police station, or had other legal problems because of your drinking?
  11. Found that when the effects of alcohol were wearing off, you had withdrawal symptoms, such as trouble sleeping, shakiness, restlessness, nausea, sweating, a racing heart, or a seizure? Or sensed things that were not there?

If you or someone you care about can identify with more than two of the items listed, it may be time to have a conversation with an alcohol abuse or addiction expert. Our caring professionals understand what you’re going through and are here to help you take the first step on the road to recovery. Rethinking Drinking from NIH.gov

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What is Excessive Alcohol Use?

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) define the levels of alcohol abuse as follows:

  • Binge drinking occurs when one consumes enough alcohol in one sitting to bring the blood alcohol concentration to 0.08 percent or more, which is considered to be legally impaired. On average, this results from about five drinks for males and about four drinks for females within about two hours
  • Heavy drinking is about 15 drinks per week for men, and about eight drinks per week for women.
  • Alcohol abuse is generally considered to be regular drinking that can result in physical harm or damage to a person’s relationships or responsibilities. Alcohol abuse does not necessarily mean a dependence on alcohol is present.
  • Alcoholism, alcohol addiction, or alcohol dependence is a psychological disorder and chronic condition that results in an inability to stop drinking, even if it causes problems in various aspects of the person’s life.
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Any of these issues can be considered a drinking problem, depending on the effects of the drinking on the person’s life, ability to function, and relationships. CDC.gov on Alcohol

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You are not alone.

What if my loved one or I have been through an Alcohol Rehabilitation treatment program before?

Everyone has different needs when it comes to treating alcohol use disorder. Addiction relapse is very common and shows just how difficult it can be to break addiction. Addiction doesn’t happen in the heart. It happens in the brain. In order to stop the revolving door of chronic relapse, you must deal with the underlying root causes that can contribute to alcohol addiction.  Getting the right kind of professional help for you or your loved one is your best hope of taking back control of your life. Gulf Breeze Recovery’s non-12 step holistic alcohol rehabilitation program stops the revolving door of chronic relapse and helps you overcome your addiction for a better life.

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What medical effects does alcohol have on your body over time?

The cumulative effects of drinking alcohol can take its toll – a glass a day may do little damage to your overall health. But if the habit grows or if you find yourself having a hard time stopping after just one glass, the cumulative effects can really add up.

image of woman with hand on hip for web page about alcohol use disorder

How is Gulf Breeze Recovery’s Alcohol Rehabilitation Program Different?

Individualized Whole Body & Mind Health Approach.

Gulf Breeze Recovery, unlike other treatment centers, is a non-12 step holistic alcohol rehabilitation treatment center that is changing the future of addiction treatment. Our THRIVE® (Total Health Recovery) program focuses on the underlying, root causes of addiction, rather than solely on addictive behaviors. Uncovering and addressing the core root cause breaks the cycle of chronic relapse. Our guests rediscover who they really are and discover a new inner peace and serenity that is sustainable and fulfilling.

Our Focus is on Total Health.

We use a holistic, non-12 step rehab program for alcohol treatment with an individualized, caring approach that focuses on health and resiliency. Why? Because it works. Using multiple approaches, we focus on restoring, both mentally and physically, the overall health of the individual. Our holistic treatment program includes multiple one-on-one therapy sessions, addiction and recovery education, life skills, exercise, spa treatments, nutrition, neurofeedback, and so much more.

Fighting Chronic Relapse with The Latest Scientific & Therapeutic Techniques and An Insight-Based Program

We know that chronic relapse is frustrating for those suffering from alcoholism, along with their families. Gulf Breeze Recovery’s individualized program is “tailored made” for people who suffer from chronic relapse. Unlike other “cookie-cutter” rehabs, our insight-based program considers the latest scientific and therapeutic techniques that addresses not only the addiction, but the individual’s “internal unrest” or root cause that quietly and slowly led to the addiction in the first place.

What does it mean to THRIVE?

  • This holistic approach is a leader in the number of therapy hours given, which includes multiple one-on-one sessions. A whole person approach helps to create a mind fertile for change and transformation.
  • Our approach works where many other treatment programs have failed. We guarantee an alcohol treatment program that goes beyond addiction and promotes a new outlook on life.
  • Our program is about more than learning to survive addiction; it's about learning how to THRIVE!

Become captain of your own ship!

The THRIVE® Total Health Recovery model promotes an inside-out path to life-changing insights. The caring experts at Gulf Breeze Recovery are here to help you stop the revolving door of chronic relapse. One call can make a difference: (888) 990-8219

Program logo: Gulf Breeze Recovery offers a true non-12-Step, holistic drug treatment program with licensed mental health professionals who have small caseloads so that they can offer individualized and intensive care and it's called THRIVE®

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More About Alcoholism Treatment at Gulf Breeze Recovery

We understand that entering rehab for alcohol abuse is a big step. But even if you have been resistant to treatment in the past, Gulf Breeze Recovery may be right for you. Our THRIVE® program promotes total health recovery in a way that makes alcohol no longer a threat, or even a preference, for life to hold interest again.

Our individualized cutting-edge program is dedicated to restoring your natural health and emotional wellness. On a deeper level, however, we are combining a range of evidence-based, holistic treatment modalities to restore and develop dependence on your innate wisdom, not as an addict, but as a whole person capable of lasting change.

Our therapeutic approach includes:

  • A medically supervised detox wing with private suites, and a loving staff of great care-giving professionals
  • Long-term residential treatment in a luxury waterfront location, including chef prepared meals and private waterfront pool and beach
  • Neurofeedback, EMDR, and spa treatments for a deeper detox, promoting better sleep, appetite, mental clarity, and physical well being
  • More one-on-one therapy hours than required by insurance companies or state regulators with some of the best therapists in the world
  • Group therapy, art therapy, meditation, qi-gong, yoga, and personal homeopathic therapies
  • Insight encouraging groups and intensives for personal transformation and breakthrough
  • Our program reveals your personal power, you take it with you after you leave

Learn About Alcoholism Treatment at Gulf Breeze Recovery from someone who has been through our program.

Our program is "portable" it goes with you after you leave.

During your stay at Gulf Breeze Recovery, you’ll have a customized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs. This will include comprehensive services for any mental health disorders that might be complicating or supporting your alcohol addiction.

While here, you focus on recovering, and reaching these goals:

  • A safe, natural, and comfortable detox
  • Reducing or eliminating withdrawal symptoms
  • Learning the truth about our innate wisdom to prevent future relapses
  • Addressing all mental health conditions present, and where appropriate, reduce their influence
  • Having a transformational series of insights
  • Regaining your personal power, and becoming comfortable again

More facts about alcoholism (AUD).

"Alcohol Use Disorder," (AUD) is a condition in which a person has a mental obsession or physical need to consume alcohol, even though it has a negative impact on their life.

Alcohol Abuse Disorder refers to a long-term addiction to alcohol. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) describes alcohol use disorder as "problem drinking that becomes severe." A person with this condition does not know when or how to stop drinking. They spend a lot of time thinking about alcohol, and they cannot control how much they consume, even if it is causing serious problems at home, work, and financially.

Because of the overall public acceptance of alcohol, people who are addicted to alcohol can often hide their addiction for a very long time. With an “everybody enjoys alcohol” mentality, they can even hide it from themselves for a while and from others for an even longer time. Eventually, alcohol addiction shows itself for “everyone” to see, often leaving the person suffering with the addiction as the last one to fully recognize it.

When drinking becomes a coping mechanism, a way of avoiding situations or a way to try to feel better, it is often a problem. The easiest test according to HelpGuide (a division of Harvard University) is, “If your drinking is causing problems in your life, then you have a drinking problem”.

Binge drinking occurs when one consumes enough alcohol in one sitting to bring the blood alcohol concentration to 0.08

Gulf Breeze Recovery's effective treatments of co-occurring disorders with alcohol addiction

Co-Occurring Disorders

image of raw carrotTreating the symptoms of alcohol addiction alone typically doesn't lead to lasting recovery and substantial transformative experiences. This is especially so if the co-occurring disorder remains undiagnosed and untreated. Our clinical staff is trained and are experts at helping people with co-occuring disorders, enabling our team to customize an effective drug addiction treatment plan for anyone who attends our program.

Holistic and Experiential Therapies

Therapies used to supplement addiction counseling may include art therapy, music therapy, recreational therapy, etc. As you progress through the program you will be taught more about nutrition and the principles of addiction recovery, practice stress-reducing activities like meditation, qi-gong, or yoga, along with being treated for any possible chronic health issues or co-occurring disorders.

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Your Gulf Breeze Recovery THRIVE® Total Health Recovery Experience

At Gulf Breeze Recovery, we specialize in treating alcoholism and co-occurring disorders. We provide safe, compassionate care in a clean residential setting. In this peaceful atmosphere, clients can focus on their treatment and recovery from alcohol addiction without the worries of external pressures and stressors.

World-Class Clinical Staff

Our expert clinical team provides individual therapy using proven evidence-based treatment modalities to treat alcohol dependency.

Individualized Treatment Plans

You or your loved one's alcohol problem and underlying root cause is different than other people's, so your treatment plan should also be different. Your therapist will work individually with you to customize a treatment plan that fits your specific needs and is right for you.

Luxurious Private Location

You can find us in Gulf Breeze, Fl on the Santa Rosa Sound just across from the white sands of Pensacola Beach. We are located in a beautiful, waterfront setting that features panoramic views, white-sand area, and the occasional seagull or dolphin. Our therapeutic amenities and activities help our clients reconnect with their bodies, nurture their spirits, and even create a sense of fun and adventure that only enhances the healing process and the transformative insights that will change their lives.

 

Don’t just survive alcoholism… THRIVE!

We are here to help,
call us 855-400-6190

Gulf Breeze Recovery is a holistic rehabilitation program that specializes in helping guests overcome drug and alcohol addiction and end chronic relapse.

Accreditation you can trust!

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Alcoholism Treatment Center & Rehabilitation

Alcohol is one of our society’s most commonly abused substances.

It is legal, socially acceptable and sometimes goes hidden for a long time. Alcoholism is deadly, chronic and widespread.

Image

What is Alcohol Abuse?

image of woman considering treatment for drug addiction for Drug Abuse & Recovery Landing Page for Gulf Breeze Recovery non-12 step holistic drug and alcohol rehabAlcohol Abuse is generally considered to be drinking that can result in physical harm or damage to a person’s relationships or responsibilities. Alcoholism, alcohol addiction, or alcohol dependence is widely recognized as a chronic illness of compulsive drinking. It is a disorder and chronic condition that results in an inability to stop drinking, even if it causes problems in various aspects of the person’s life. Alcoholism affects the entire family; indeed, everyone who has contact with the alcoholic is affected.

How do I know if I’m an alcoholic or a loved one is an alcoholic?

Alcohol addiction can be difficult to recognize since it is widely available, accepted in many cultures, and often linked to social situations and celebrations. Understanding the symptoms of alcohol abuse and addiction can make it easier to determine when it’s time to get professional help in order to stop the cycle of addiction and work towards successful recovery.

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism estimates that 16 million Americans – 15.1 million adults and 623,000 adolescents aged 12-17 -- have alcohol use disorders. Alcohol abuse or problem drinking that becomes severe is given the medical diagnosis of “alcohol use disorder” or AUD in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5).

To be diagnosed with AUD, individuals must meet certain criteria outlined in the DSM. Under DSM-5, anyone meeting any two of the 11 criteria during the same 12-month period receives a diagnosis of AUD. The severity of AUD – mild, moderate, or severe – is based on the number of criteria met.

According to the National Institute on Health, here are 11 signs of AUD: Alcohol Use Disorder

  1. Had times when you ended up drinking more, or longer, than you intended?
  2. More than once wanted to cut down or stop drinking, or tried to, but couldn’t?
  3. More than once gotten into situations while or after drinking that increased your chances of getting hurt (such as driving, swimming, using machinery, walking in a dangerous area, or having unsafe sex)?image of adult man for Gulf Breeze Recovery drug and alcohol rehab in Florida
  4. Had to drink much more than you once did to get the effect you want? Or found that your usual number of drinks had much less effect than before?
  5. Continued to drink even though it was making you feel depressed or anxious or adding to another health problem? Or after having had a memory blackout?
  6. Spent a lot of time drinking? Or being sick or getting over other after effects?
  7. Continued to drink even though it was causing trouble with your family or friends?
  8. Found that drinking—or being sick from drinking—often interfered with taking care of your home or family? Or caused job troubles? Or school problems?
  9. Given up or cut back on activities that were important or interesting to you, or gave you pleasure, in order to drink?
    10. More than once gotten arrested, been held at a police station, or had other legal problems because of your drinking?
  10. Found that when the effects of alcohol were wearing off, you had withdrawal symptoms, such as trouble sleeping, shakiness, restlessness, nausea, sweating, a racing heart, or a seizure? Or sensed things that were not there?

If you or someone you care about can identify with more than two of the items listed, it may be time to have a conversation with an alcohol abuse or addiction expert. Our caring professionals understand what you’re going through and are here to help you take the first step on the road to recovery. Rethinking Drinking from NIH.gov

Let us send you this quiz in a secure email. (Your data is never shared and only used for it's intended purpose.)

What is Excessive Alcohol Use?

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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) define the levels of alcohol abuse as follows:

  • Binge drinking occurs when one consumes enough alcohol in one sitting to bring the blood alcohol concentration to 0.08 percent or more, which is considered to be legally impaired. On average, this results from about five drinks for males and about four drinks for females within about two hours.
  • Heavy drinking is about 15 drinks per week for men, and about eight drinks per week for women.
  • Alcohol abuse is generally considered to be regular drinking that can result in physical harm or damage to a person’s relationships or responsibilities. Alcohol abuse does not necessarily mean a dependence on alcohol is present.
  • Alcoholism, alcohol addiction, or alcohol dependence is a psychological disorder and chronic condition that results in an inability to stop drinking, even if it causes problems in various aspects of the person’s life.

pile of beer bottle caps for Gulf Breeze Recovery's non-12 step rehab in florida blog article entitled "The 3 "A's" of Reducing Alcohol Abuse—And Why American’s Won't Implement Them"

Any of these issues can be considered a drinking problem, depending on the effects of the drinking on the person’s life, ability to function, and relationships. CDC.gov on Alcohol

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You are not alone.

What if my loved one or I have been through an Alcohol Rehabilitation treatment program before?

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Everyone has different needs when it comes to treating alcohol use disorder. Addiction relapse is very common and shows just how difficult it can be to break addiction. Addiction doesn’t happen in the heart. It happens in the brain. In order to stop the revolving door of chronic relapse, you image of woman with hand on hip for web page about alcohol use disordermust deal with the underlying root causes that can contribute to alcohol addiction.  Getting the right kind of professional help for you or your loved one is your best hope of taking back control of your life. Treatment is not a quick fix, but it can make a real difference in a successful recovery. Gulf Breeze Recovery’s non-12 step holistic alcohol rehabilitation program stops the revolving door of chronic relapse and helps you overcome your addiction for a better life.

What medical effects does alcohol have on your body over time?

image of spilled wine glass for news report of increased use for Gulf Breeze Recovery non-12 step holistic drug and alcohol rehab in FloridaThe cumulative effects of drinking alcohol can take its toll – a glass a day may do little damage to your overall health. But if the habit grows or if you find yourself having a hard time stopping after just one glass, the cumulative effects can really add up.

chart depicting the damage caused by excessive alcohol use to the body.

Don't just survive alcoholism, use it to learn how to THRIVE!

Call: (855) 400-6190

Gulf Breeze Recovery's holistic, non-12 step alcohol abuse disorder and drug addiction treatment program is different, so it works when others have not.

How is Gulf Breeze Recovery’s Alcohol Rehabilitation Program Different?

Individualized Whole Body & Mind Health Approach.

Gulf Breeze Recovery, unlike other treatment centers, is a non-12 step holistic alcohol rehabilitation treatment center that is changing the future of addiction treatment. Our THRIVE® (Total Health Recovery) program focuses on the underlying, root causes of addiction, rather than solely on addictive behaviors. Uncovering and addressing the core root cause breaks the cycle of chronic relapse. Our guests rediscover who they really are and discover a new inner peace and serenity that is sustainable and fulfilling.

Our Focus is on Total Health.

We use a holistic, non-12 step rehab program for alcohol treatment with an individualized, caring approach that focuses on health and resiliency. Why? Because it works. Using multiple approaches, we focus on restoring, both mentally and physically, the overall health of the individual. Our holistic treatment program includes multiple one-on-one therapy sessions, addiction and recovery education, life skills, exercise, spa treatments, nutrition, neurofeedback, and so much more.

Fighting Chronic Relapse with The Latest Scientific & Therapeutic Techniques and an Insight-Based Program

We know that chronic relapse is frustrating for those suffering from alcoholism, along with their families. Gulf Breeze Recovery’s individualized program is “tailored made” for people who suffer from chronic relapse. Unlike other “cookie-cutter” rehabs, our insight-based program considers the latest scientific and therapeutic techniques that addresses not only the addiction, but the individual’s “internal unrest” or root cause that quietly and slowly led to the addiction in the first place.

What does it mean to THRIVE?

  • image of happy young womanThis holistic approach is a leader in the number of therapy hours given, which includes multiple one-on-one sessions. A whole person approach helps to create a mind fertile for change and transformation.
  • Our approach works where many other treatment programs have failed. We guarantee an alcohol treatment program that goes beyond addiction and promotes a new outlook on life.
  • Our program is about more than learning to survive addiction; it's about learning how to THRIVE!

Become captain of your own ship!

The THRIVE® Total Health Recovery model promotes an inside-out path to life-changing insights. The caring experts at Gulf Breeze Recovery are here to help you stop the revolving door of chronic relapse. Make the change today, just one call can make a difference: (888) 990-8219

More About Alcoholism Treatment at Gulf Breeze Recovery

We understand that entering rehab for alcohol abuse is a big step. But even if you have been resistant to treatment in the past, Gulf Breeze Recovery may be right for you. Our THRIVE® program promotes total health recovery in a way that makes alcohol no longer a threat, or even a preference, for life to hold interest again.

Our individualized cutting-edge program is dedicated to restoring your natural health and emotional wellness. On a deeper level, however, we are combining a range of evidence-based, holistic treatment modalities to restore and develop dependence on your innate wisdom, not as an addict, but as a whole person capable of lasting change.

Our therapeutic approach includes:

one-on-one therapy. Mental health services are a part of Gulf Breeze Recovery's THRIVE® Total Health Recovery program
  • A medically supervised detox wing with private suites, and a loving staff of great care-giving professionals
  • Long-term residential treatment in a luxury waterfront location, including chef prepared meals and private waterfront pool and beach
  • Neurofeedback, EMDR, and spa treatments for a deeper detox, promoting better sleep, appetite, mental clarity, and physical well being
  • More one-on-one therapy hours than required by insurance companies or state regulators with some of the best therapists in the world
  • Group therapy, art therapy, meditation, qi-gong, yoga, and personal homeopathic therapies
  • Insight encouraging groups and intensives for personal transformation and breakthrough
  • Our program reveals your personal power, you take it with you after you leave

Learn About Alcoholism Treatment at Gulf Breeze Recovery from someone who has been through our program.

Our program is "portable" it goes with you after you leave.

During your stay at Gulf Breeze Recovery, you’ll have a customized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs. This will include comprehensive services for any mental health disorders that might be complicating or supporting your alcohol addiction.

While here, you focus on recovering, and reaching these goals:

The front of Gulf Breeze Recovery a non 12 step holistic drug and alcohol rehab specializing in helping guests overcome chronic relapse

  • A safe, natural, and comfortable detox
  • Reducing or eliminating withdrawal symptoms
  • Learning the truth about our innate wisdom to prevent future relapses
  • Addressing all mental health conditions present, and where appropriate, reduce their influence
  • Having a transformational series of insights
  • Regaining your personal power, and becoming comfortable again

Binge drinking occurs when one consumes enough alcohol in one sitting to bring the blood alcohol concentration to 0.08

More facts about alcoholism (AUD).

"Alcohol Use Disorder," (AUD) is a condition in which a person has a mental obsession or physical need to consume alcohol, even though it has a negative impact on their life.

Alcohol Abuse Disorder refers to a long-term addiction to alcohol. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) describes alcohol use disorder as "problem drinking that becomes severe." A person with this condition does not know when or how to stop drinking. They spend a lot of time thinking about alcohol, and they cannot control how much they consume, even if it is causing serious problems at home, work, and financially.

A glass of brown liqour tastfully shot for Gulf Breeze Recovery a non-12 step holistic alcohol and drug rehab

Because of the overall public acceptance of alcohol, people who are addicted to alcohol can often hide their addiction for a very long time. With an “everybody enjoys alcohol” mentality, they can even hide it from themselves for a while and from others for an even longer time. Eventually, alcohol addiction shows itself for “everyone” to see, often leaving the person suffering with the addiction as the last one to fully recognize it.

When drinking becomes a coping mechanism, a way of avoiding situations or a way to try to feel better, it is often a problem. The easiest test according to HelpGuide (a division of Harvard University) is, “If your drinking is causing problems in your life, then you have a drinking problem”.

Don't just survive alcoholism, use it to learn how to THRIVE!

Call: (855) 400-6190

Gulf Breeze Recovery's holistic, non-12 step alcohol abuse disorder and drug addiction treatment program is different, so it works when others have not.

Gulf Breeze Recovery's effective treatments of co-occurring disorders with alcohol addiction

Co-Occurring Disorders

image of raw carrotTreating the symptoms of alcohol addiction alone typically doesn't lead to lasting recovery and substantial transformative experiences. This is especially so if the co-occurring disorder remains undiagnosed and untreated. Our clinical staff is trained and are experts at helping people with co-occuring disorders, enabling our team to customize an effective drug addiction treatment plan for anyone who attends our program.

Holistic and Experiential Therapies

image of woman doing beginner yoga poseTherapies used to supplement addiction counseling may include art therapy, music therapy, recreational therapy, etc. As you progress through the program you will be taught more about nutrition and the principles of addiction recovery, practice stress-reducing activities like meditation, qi-gong, or yoga, along with being treated for any possible chronic health issues or co-occurring disorders.

Your Gulf Breeze Recovery THRIVE® Total Health Recovery Experience

At Gulf Breeze Recovery, we specialize in treating alcoholism and co-occurring disorders. We provide safe, compassionate care in a clean residential setting. In this peaceful atmosphere, clients can focus on their treatment and recovery from alcohol addiction without the worries of external pressures and stressors.

World-Class Clinical Staff

image of detox nurse for Gulf Breeze Recovery rehab in FloridaOur expert clinical team provides individual therapy using proven evidence-based treatment modalities to treat alcohol dependency.

Individualized Treatment Plans

You or your loved one's alcohol problem and underlying root cause is different than other people's, so your treatment plan should also be different. Your therapist will work individually with you to customize a treatment plan that fits your specific needs and is right for you.

Luxurious Private Location

image of gulf breeze recovery's private beach and pool area. Leaders in non-12 step holistic drug and alcohol treatment

You can find us in Gulf Breeze, Fl on the Santa Rosa Sound just across from the white sands of Pensacola Beach. We are located in a beautiful, waterfront setting that features panoramic views, white-sand area, and the occasional seagull or dolphin. Our therapeutic amenities and activities help our clients reconnect with their bodies, nurture their spirits, and even create a sense of fun and adventure that only enhances the healing process and the transformative insights that will change their lives.

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Contact our admissions specialist now!

Call: (855) 400-6190

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Contact our admissions specialist now!

Call: (855) 400-6190

We comply with all HIPAA guidelines and all communication is encrypted for your privacy.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Program logo: Gulf Breeze Recovery offers a true non-12-Step, holistic drug treatment program with licensed mental health professionals who have small caseloads so that they can offer individualized and intensive care and it's called THRIVE®

End Chronic Relapse and Start a New Life!

At Gulf Breeze Recovery we don’t want you to have just a great recovery, we want you to have a great life!

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