Family members and loved ones often times feel overwhelmed when someone they love has an alcohol problem and feel they have no one to turn to. An Alcohol Rehab Program is usually the first course of action that comes to mind as a means to "rehabilitate" their loved one.
Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers use a 12 step approach and instill in the person who is being "rehabilitated" that they have an illness or a disease, which is not the case. Alcohol abuse is a choice made by the individual solely by their own volition. Alcohol Rehabilitation Programs offer group sessions and counseling and inform individuals that they will never get rid of their addiction but that by having a group support system, they can keep their addiction under control.
The Freedom Model Program is not your typical alcohol rehab center. We are based solely on research, with 20 years to back that up. We are constantly changing our program to what works best to help your loved one overcome substance use.
Did You Know?
According to a recent research performed by the Substance Abuse and Health Services Association, in the State of South Dakota for the year 2004 there were 29,000 individuals with an Alcohol Dependency, in the state of South Dakota, surprisingly needing but not receiving treatment for Alcohol Use the number only raises to 56,000 alcohol abusers. This number represents 0.29% of the total population with an Alcohol dependency abuse problem in the United States.
Thinking there is no way out of relapse for Alcohol? Seeking another treatment program is likely to give you or a loved one the same or worse results. Research proves treatment doesn’t work. You can move beyond Alcohol addiction with a non 12 Step approach that offers a permanent solution.
If you’re looking for Alcohol addiction treatment in South Dakota, you are probably aware of the growing problem. Most people choosing a traditional treatment path will follow the cycle of relapse and return to treatment over and over again in their lifetime.
Most people think of relapse as a slippery slope to ending sobriety. Treatment has worked hard to get that idea across because it not only places fear in people if they use again but it promotes the idea of relapse as an inevitable part of a lifetime cycle of relapse and recovery. At first glance, this seems plausible especially when you become aware that in the state of South Dakota of the 5,436 people who sought treatment for Alcohol, 56.1% or 3,050 relapsed. The good news is that treatment is not the only option and a proven effective alternative exists.
Relapse can seem scary if you don’t know what to do next. Instead of returning to treatment that didn’t work before, many people in South Dakota look to Freedom Model Retreats for help with Alcohol addiction. The reason is clear. With over 27 years of research and experience, Freedom Model Retreats offers a proven effective completely non 12 Step alternative to treatment and the fear of relapse. Freedom Model’s program is self-directed so your plan fits your goals and passions ensuring you are really invested in the outcome because you wrote it. Treatment programs give you a cookie cutter plan written by someone else who focuses on abstinence and not what happens after—the rest of your life! If you see addiction as a problem to overcome and not your identity, it’s time to come to Freedom Model Retreats. If you have believed that you can’t change, let us help you prove to yourself that you do have power to change. Our program focuses on cognitive behavioral change to help open up your world of options and make life worth living, not enduring. Come find out what a life beyond addiction, relapse, and recovery can look like for you. Call Freedom Model Retreats and let us help you start your new life 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 South Dakota 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