Durham, NC Alcohol & Drug Outpatient
Discrete Addiction Treatment for Executives, Professionals, and their Families
For many, the first step toward recovery is acknowledging that there is an issue. An addict may not feel they need help because they do not realize the severity of their addiction or the damage it is causing to them and those around them. Around 36 percent of prison inmates from Durham, and 40 percent of inmates in the Durham County Jail, were convicted of a drug offense. Over 60 percent of prison inmates needed substance abuse treatment. And still, over 20,000 people in Durham, NC are addicted to alcohol or other drugs. Profesisonals – executives, lawyers, physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and many others – are suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction and have so much at stake when it comes to reaching out for help.
Treatment in Durham, NC can take many forms and last for different lengths of time. For severe forms of addiction, recovery is a long-term process. Successful treatment will consist of either therapy, medical help, or both. Some addicts may respond better to both types of therapies whilst trying to recover, while some will only need one type of treatment. The specific type, or combination of, treatment required varies depending on patient’s individual needs and the type of addiction they have.
Welwynn Outpatient Center in Durham, NC provides a range of therapies and treatments proven to be effective at treating alcoholism, drug addiction, individualized plan for recovery and Driving-While-Impaired (DWI) services in a discrete manner with success and tackling any side effects they may cause. Our experienced team at Welwynn combines the latest understandings from psychology and medicine, teamed up with a nutrition plan, personal fitness, and the appropriate use of ancient wisdom traditions. We know that no addiction or patient is the same; that’s why all our treatment programs are customized.
Our goal is to be your partner on the road to recovery – to provide the best care available.
We offer treatments in Durham, NC for:
Alcohol Addiction: For many people, drinking alcohol is a part of socializing, going out, and often, their weekly routine. Therefore, it can be hard to differentiate between alcohol use and alcohol abuse. Drinking addictions can slowly begin and take over users’ lives before they’ve even realized they have a problem.
Drug Addiction: A drug addiction is a complex mental disease and, after prolonged abuse, will take more than willpower to quit. Many believe that a drug addiction comes from a lack of self-control, whereas in reality, after a first hit or high, drugs will alter brain chemistry, making it harder to abstain from further drug abuse. This also makes it harder for friends and family to know how to help a drug addict.
Personalized Approach: We will work on the causes of the dependency and address the beliefs, emotions, and compulsions that resulted in the dysfunctional behavior and the beginning of the addiction in each patient. To help a drug addict and aid a full recovery, a complete change in thought processes will have to be adopted, alongside effective coping mechanisms.
DWI Services: The program administers clear, punitive consequences combined with quality treatment and aftercare programs which offer counseling, education, and case management to encourage a responsible choice by the offender to not drink and drive.
Welwynn Outpatient Services ensures that addicts should not only undergo the process of detoxification under medical supervision but also self-detoxification that includes a complete change in thought processes will have to be adopted, alongside effective coping mechanisms
Detoxification will clear the user of any immediate dangers and allow an addict to begin the recovery process. Still, detoxification alone does not address the psychological, social, and behavioral problems associated with addiction, so the user needs to follow it up with rehabilitation treatment. Our team monitors the detox process for each patient, guaranteeing a reliable outcome. It will prescribe approved medications where relevant to help with withdrawal symptoms and ease an addict off the alcohol and drugs.
After initial detoxification, rehabilitation treatment will begin for patients to uncover the causes of addictions.