Having a drink, or a few to unwind or socialize is legal and completely acceptable in today’s world. But when does social drinking or drinking in general become a problem? Many people don’t recognize that their drinking might be a medically diagnosed disorder according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders (DSM).
Families often struggle to get a loved one into treatment for an alcohol or drug addiction. It is not easy to start a conversation about addiction, and many times the person struggling with addiction responds with excuses, anger, denial or minimization. A conversation can easily escalate to an argument where nothing is accomplished.
Drug and alcohol addictions are common. Some people use alcohol or other substances and can stop when they want. For others, the need for the substance becomes compulsive and can result in dangerous behaviors.
Gulf Breeze Recovery’s THRIVE® program is unlike any other and offers a proven “niche” for those who have struggled with chronic relapse. When you watch the testimonials of past residents, you find that each person’s experience with detox, if needed, and the general entrance into the facility was a pleasant and welcoming transition.
Florida-based recovery center Gulf Breeze Recovery, like other drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, utilizes the resources of therapists, professional medical staff, and individualized plans to support guests after leaving the facility. So what sets the Gulf Breeze Recovery experience apart?
The Goldilocks Theory in Choosing a Drug Rehab.
One of the first things many potential guests ask us when they first call Gulf Breeze Recovery is, “How many people do you treat at a time?”