Alcohol treatment is usually a long-term commitment that can be provided both on an inpatient and outpatient basis. While all patients must begin a 12 Step Facilitation Therapy while in alcohol rehabilitation, many continue to attend the meetings after rehabilitation as outpatients. Based on the spiritual, thought process, and action principles, the patient will learn that willpower cannot maintain recovery alone.
Wellington Retreat offers both inpatient and outpatient 12 Step Facilitation Therapy for alcohol treatment, as well as different forms of individual therapy and research-based medicine that aids in the assurance of sobriety by decreasing the craving to consume alcohol. At times, 12 step programs and other forms of therapy are not enough, and medicines are able to strengthen the patient’s commitment to sobriety. The medicines will make the patient experience ill feelings—such as nausea, vomiting, sweats, and dizziness—to discourage them from further drinking. Many alcohol treatment programs for alcohol addiction do not offer the use of medicines to aid in the healing process, but Wellington Retreat understands the difficulty of overcoming this devastating disease.
Wellington Retreat offers sober living as part of alcohol treatment. With sober living, patients are slowly introduced back into society, with supervised recovery professionals there to guide and encourage them. Wellington Retreat helps patients learn to become a productive part of society once again, giving them the feeling that a future is possible in sobriety.
Wellington Retreat is located in the beautiful city of West Palm Beach, Florida, where patients are able to enjoy the sunshine, the beauty, and the tranquility of the area throughout their healing process. Wellington Retreat provides all men, women and adolescents regardless of sexual preference or mental capacity the necessary help to overcome their addictions, abuse or disorder.