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Although the COVID-19 pandemic has forced most of the country into lockdown, rehab centers are still open. The virus may be on everyone's mind, but drug and alcohol abuse continue to cause overdoses and destroy families. If you or your loved one struggles with addiction, it is possible to begin recovery today.
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Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has changed the landscape of society, but it has not changed the way alcohol abuse destroys the lives of individuals and their families. You or your loved one may be turning to alcohol in these uncertain times, or you may be faced with the realization that addiction has been in your home for a long time. However, you don’t have to go through this alone. Rehabilitation centers are still open, providing essential treatment for people in need. You don’t have to wait; if you or your loved one struggles with an addiction, it is possible to begin recovery today.
When you are living with an alcohol use disorder, there is no better time than now to get help. With a therapeutic stay at a professional rehab center, you can safely detox, start therapy, join a support group, and learn ways to manage your cravings. Rehab centers are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic with the safety of their patients and staff in mind. If you’re interested in rehab, please give a call to one of our partners’ treatment providers and get the answers you need. With one phone call, you can find out:
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Repeated and long-term alcohol use damages the internal organs, and can lead to serious health conditions like pancreatitis, cirrhosis, and several different types of cancer. People with chronic health conditions are at a higher risk for COVID-19. Seeking treatment can provide you or your loved one an opportunity for your body and mind to heal and protect yourself from the dangerous effects that alcohol has on the body.
Alcohol Rehab Guide is here to provide you with information on the realities of alcoholism and their connection to COVID-19. You may be realizing that you or your loved one is not just a social drinker in this time of isolation. A treatment provider can help you decipher what the best treatment options are, how you can pay for rehab, and answer any other questions that might be holding you back.
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