If you are in Minnesota and ready for a change, Freedom Model Retreats is the answer you have been waiting for. A typical inpatient alcohol rehabilitation program that uses a 12-step approach's philosophy convinces the individual enrolled in the program that they are diseased and powerless over their problem. They further believe that they will need to be treated and will need support for the rest of their lives. This could not be further from the truth because it takes thought, choice, and physical action to drink, shoot up, or smoke drugs for that matter. Therefore, an alcohol rehabilitation program that is choice based or uses a freedom model is a much more positive and successful option for those seeking an inpatient alcohol rehabilitation program.
According to a recent research performed by the Substance Abuse and Health Services Association, in the State of Minnesota for the year 2004 there were 156,000 individuals with an Alcohol Dependency, in the state of Minnesota, surprisingly needing but not receiving treatment for Alcohol Use the number only raises to 343,000 alcohol abusers. This number represents 1.89% of the total population with an Alcohol dependency abuse problem in the United States.
Is Alcohol addiction a problem for you or a loved one? You’re not alone. When it comes to Alcohol addiction, the numbers seem to climb every year.
People in Minnesota want to live independent lives and enjoy their freedom. Living with Alcohol addiction can seem to rob you or a loved one of choices as more of your life centers on Alcohol. When people go to treatment, they are taught the cycle of giving up has only just begun and now they are giving up their lives to treatment rather than drugs. Neither solution is a good one. That’s why a non 12 Step approach that allows you to move permanently beyond addiction and focus on your life is such an important breakthrough option for people in Minnesota.
Relapse is often spoken of an absolute certainty when discussing Alcohol addiction. Unfortunately, most people who attend treatment not only are taught this but expect to experience it and it can then be a self fulfilling prophecy! Treatment promotes the idea of relapse because treatment doesn’t work. In Minnesota alone, of the 13,640 people who look for help with Alcohol addiction and go to treatment, 56.1% or 7,652 relapse. When you tell someone to expect what you have just given them to fail and then teach them it is their fault when it does, you have a return customer. Treatment focuses on abstinence and fear rather than helping people to recognize their own power to help themselves and move beyond addiction. Of course treatment fails but it is important to remember that doesn’t mean you or a loved one fails if relapse occurs. Instead it is time to look for a proven effective alternative that can work for long term success.
Isn’t it time to stop wasting your precious time and money on treatment that doesn’t work? Freedom Model Retreats’ completely Non-12 Step program has both higher rates of success with stopping addiction now and long term success of ending addiction for good. Freedom Model has been providing an effective approach for over 27 years that focuses on you moving forward in life beyond addiction. As you build self confidence, empowerment, and personal responsibility, you will also be writing a plan that provides concrete goals for you to pursue happiness and fulfillment in whatever ways your passions lead you. If you or a loved one is ready to leave relapse and Alcohol addiction behind, call Freedom Model Retreats now.
You have taken the time to seek help because of your "addiction" to Alcohol. You might be looking at rehab centers or treatment centers in Minnesota and wonder what the best option for you is. Even if you do not choose Freedom Model's as your program, at least let us tell you one thing. You and only you can make change possible. You are not diseased, and your current circumstances do not need to dictate the course of your life from this moment forward. When you can call a Alcohol treatment center you will most likely talk to a caring person, but with the wrong message, being that addiction is a disease. Remember that no matter what you decide... you can change