If you are seeking help for a loved one in or around Burlington, VT we know how challenging it can be to find the right Alcohol rehab. At River Rock Treatment, we compassionately employ holistic alcohol treatment methods and an entirely comprehensive approach in treating each individual in our program.

We know that the decision can be difficult and that searching the internet for the right program can sometimes make it more confusing. In light of this, allow us to clarify a few aspects. We can all agree, this is no longer an issue that we can ignore.

The research tells us that only 1 in 10 Americans with an alcohol addiction will receive treatment. Furthermore, we know that addiction to all drugs including alcohol, heroin, methamphetamine, prescription medications, marijuana, benzodiazepines, and many others are on the rise in Burlington, Vermont.

In response to this issue that is plaguing our community, River Rock Treatment was founded. Our founder, Jae Bowman is raising his family in Burlington Vermont, and felt it necessary to give this community a valuable resource for those struggling.

At River Rock Treatment we believe that early detection, intervention and comprehensive addiction treatment are all part of solving the problem of addiction in Vermont. At our Drug Rehab, we will use a client-centered, evidence-based approach where each participant will be comprehensively assessed to determine the proper level of care. Following assessment each participant will create an individualized treatment plan specific to their needs. This treatment plan will identify trauma, therapeutic goals, medication management, practical recovery skills and many other therapeutic tools to help each person to find lasting recovery.

If someone you know is abusing drugs, alcohol, or prescription medications and they are seeking alcohol rehab in Burlington or Chittenden County, we encourage you to call our admissions line today to speak with someone who can help. If you are unsure of what the signs of addiction are, we have placed a list below. We are here to help.

The signs of drug use and addiction can vary depending on the person and the drug, but some common signs are:

  • impaired speech and motor coordination
  • bloodshot eyes or pupils that are larger or smaller than usual
  • changes in physical appearance or personal hygiene
  • changes in appetite or sleep patterns
  • sudden weight loss or weight gain
  • unusual smells on breath, body, or clothing
  • changes in mood or disinterest in engaging in relationships or activities

If a person is compulsively seeking and using alcohol or drug(s) despite negative consequences, such as loss of job, debt, family problems, or physical problems brought on by drug use, then they are probably addicted. And while people who are addicted may believe they can stop any time, most often they cannot and need professional help to quit. Support from friends and family can be critical in getting people into treatment and helping them to stay drug-free following treatment.

Whether you, or your loved one, are ready for treatment today, or not, give us a call to discuss and get the support and clarity you are looking for.

(888)308-2624

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