Enhanced Telehealth Services and Preventive Measures
Ensure Safe Treatment for Substance Abuse

In these uncertain times, Beachside Rehab remains a trusted partner in the journey to recovery. We are dedicated to reducing the risks associated with COVID-19, while still providing customized addiction therapy for each and every client.

TELEHEALTH SERVICES AT BEACHSIDE REHAB

In light of social distancing measures and shelter-in-place orders, we have expanded our telehealth services. Beachside Rehab is now offering enhanced virtual individual and group therapy to existing, previous, and new clients. Rest assured that while you may be socially distanced from others right now, you are not alone. We are here to provide expert treatment and compassionate care to help you on your healing journey.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AT BEACHSIDE REHAB

Our residential treatment center remains open, and we are taking robust preventive measures in accordance with the latest local health department updates and CDC guidelines:

Simple Ways to Stop the Spread

Whether you are staying at our residential treatment center or connecting with us from home, please follow these simple CDC guidelines to stop the spread of germs:

As always, your well-being is our priority. Though we may be apart right now, we will weather this storm together.

Good Support Will Help Your Recovery

It turns out that the Beatles had it right. It is easier to get by with a little help from your friends. When recovering from alcohol addiction at a treatment center, this rule is no exception.

While you may be a private person who wants to keep your personal issues quiet, dealing with alcohol addiction recovery might come a little easier when you tell your friends and family about the problems you are having. A good, solid support system will go a long way to making your recovery a little easier.

Most alcohol treatment centers will involve friends and family in a loved one’s recovery. There will be times during the stay at the rehab facility where contact with loved ones is prohibited. However, there will be plenty of time where contact and interaction with family and friends is strongly encouraged, depending on the individual treatment plan.

When family and friends fully understand their loved one’s addiction, they often can see a pattern in their own behavior that might have helped enable the alcohol addiction. Allowing your friends and family the chance to fully understand what you are going through, as well as potentially recognize their own pattern of enabling, is beneficial for everyone.

Research also shows that support given by family and friends is an important part of a recovering alcoholic’s treatment success. Knowing that there will be people supporting them when they have finished treatment goes a long way toward making that treatment successful.

In addition to family support being essential for a loved one’s rehab success, it is also important for the family members. When they are actively involved in the treatment of a loved one, they will be exposed to resources that are beneficial to family and friends. These include meetings that help shed light on alcohol addiction, talking about the addiction therapy process, and speaking to support not only your loved one through recovery, but also supporting yourself and other family and friends.

It is also essential when a person is released from an alcohol treatment center to have the right kind of support around him or her. If you don’t tell anyone that you have gone to alcohol rehab, then people won’t act accordingly around you. However, if you share your experience with family and friends, then people will likely refrain from drinking alcohol around you — which is what you need, especially when just newly sober.

When a person is finished with their alcohol addiction treatment, it is imperative that they continue to attend meetings as part of their aftercare program. It is also beneficial for family and friends of alcoholics to attend meetings, specifically designed for loved ones.

While it might be possible for you to get sober — and stay sober — all on your own, it will be easier when you have the support of your family and friends around you. Don’t try to do it on your own. Instead, feel the support of those who love you and let that guide you through your alcohol addiction treatment.