The beautiful state of Oregon is also no. 3 in alcohol-related deaths among the states. Binge drinking and other forms of alcohol abuse are prevalent. And for those struggling with alcohol addiction, alcohol is everywhere. So if you’re dealing with the pain of addiction, know that Crestview Recovery, a Hillsboro Alcohol Rehab Center, is ready to help you get on the path to recovery.

It’s time to explore substance abuse treatment centers Oregon. Here’s your guide to alcohol treatment.

Hillsboro Alcohol Rehab Center, patient standing being covered in post-it notesDo I Have Alcoholism?

It’s not about if you only drink wine, beer, or liquor. It’s not even about the frequency. Some people can have a glass of wine or a 12-ounce can of beer with dinner every night, but they don’t go beyond that. That may be okay for them. Alternatively, it may not.

Rather, you’ll know you have alcoholism by how it’s impacting your life. It’s that actually what matters when it comes down to it? Would you be better off not using alcohol at all when compared to what you see in your life?

To determine that, take a hard look at whether it’s affecting your:

  • Health
  • Career / School
  • Finances
  • Important relationships

If your drinking is negatively impacting one or more of these vital areas of your life and you still drink, then you’re abusing alcohol. Another way to identify that your use has become alcohol abuse is in the words you use.

So do you ever say any of these things in relation to drinking?

  • “No one understands what I’ve been through.”
  • “I can quit any time I want.”
  • “I’m not as bad as that OTHER person.”
  • “This is the only way I can wind down.”
  • “Don’t tell me how to run my life.”
  • “You knew what I was when you married me.”
  • “You smoke cigarettes (drink, gamble, etc.). Who are you to judge me?”

Even if you followed the statement by a “just kidding”, this kind of language suggests that when you really look at the situation, you know something isn’t right.

Crestview Recovery, your Hillsboro Alcohol Rehab Center, can help you take that closer look at what’s really going on. When you face it, you begin to process the feeling that manifests as statements like these. And processing your experiences is the first step to real and lasting healing.

What to Expect in an Alcohol Treatment Program

The thought of walking through the doors of Hillsboro Alcohol Rehab Center can be scary. You don’t know what to expect. So it helps to explore what treatment is like.

First of all, going to rehab doesn’t put you in a room with a bunch of people in lab coats. Instead, you’ll attend most of your therapy sessions and treatment with people similar to you who are working to overcome addiction. If you’re in a gender-specific program, then you might spend most of your time with just men or women.

In each group, you’ll usually have one or two addictions professionals leading you through exercises that help you develop skills you need to manage addiction and your life.

You learn through doing in therapies like:

Additionally, you’ll have individual sessions of evidence-based treatments with an addiction professional where you can begin exploring traumas and pent-up emotions that may be contributing to continued addiction.

And you’ll also look at negative habits and thinking patterns that are bringing you down. You can then begin to replace them with more productive ways of thinking and doing.

You might attend sessions like these and others in a partial hospitalization program, an intensive outpatient program, or regular outpatient. At our Hillsboro Oregon Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center, we also offer a 90-day extended care program for people who need more time and support in a 24/7 supervised setting. Our Hillsboro Oregon Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center is Joint Commission-accredited to deliver high-quality care to each guest.

Crestview Recovery, Your Hillsboro Alcohol Rehab Center

Are you sick and tired of letting alcohol call the shots in your life? It’s time to break free. And our Hillsboro Alcohol Rehab Center can help. Call Crestview Recovery at 866.262.0531 to learn more.