People seek out an Alcohol Rehab Facility for numerous reasons. Some have trouble with the law and a large amount of people are on the brink of losing their jobs or families if they have not already. Millions of people are required to find treatment at an Alcohol Rehab to overcome their choice of drinking and try to rebuild their lives. The Freedom Model Retreat Center offers an alternative to conventional Alcohol Rehabs. Since 1992 we offer a Non 12 Step residential program to completely overcome alcohol abuse. Call now for Help.
Did You Know?
According to a recent research performed by the Substance Abuse and Health Services Association, in the State of Wisconsin for the year 2004 there were 197,000 individuals with an Alcohol Dependency, in the state of Wisconsin , surprisingly needing but not receiving treatment for Alcohol Use the number only raises to 494,000 alcohol abusers. This number represents 2.58% 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.
It’s true that people in Wisconsin value their independence and freedom. If you or a loved one live with Alcohol addiction, you know how Alcohol can seem to rob you of your freedom and life choices. Choosing treatment can feel like your only options are to be a prisoner to the drug or to the treatment program. Finally, people in Wisconsin have another, more effective option that restores freedom without fear of relapse and without having to dedicate yourself to working a program-the non 12 Step program at Freedom Model Retreats. You can finally get beyond not only addiction but also the lifelong fear of relapse promoted by treatment.
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 Wisconsin of the 8,982 people who sought treatment for Alcohol, 56.1% or 5,039 relapsed. The good news is that treatment is not the only option and a proven effective alternative exists.
While it’s clear that treatment doesn’t work from research and statistics, an effective solution is available. For over 27 years, Freedom Model Retreats has been providing an evidence based, effective completely non 12 Step approach to end addiction for people from Wisconsin and all over the nation. Freedom Model has worked with people struggling with all types of addiction, including Alcohol, to help them to move confidently beyond addiction and get back to living their life, not their recovery. Our program focuses on helping people recognize their own options, freedom of choice, and empowering them to change while they strengthen the necessary life skills and write their own self directed plan for success. If you are ready to chase your hopes and dreams instead of the next fleeting high moment and you can commit to change, Freedom Model Retreats is for you! Call Freedom Model Retreats now and learn how you can get started on a road beyond addiction today.
Many Wisconsin Alcohol treatment centers will make you believe that the only solution to your problems is in fact Alcohol treatment. This is not true. People overcome Alcohol every day without treatment and without addiction professionals dictating how their lives should be lived.
At the Freedom Model We have developed a program that is based on more than two decades of research. This research proves that people have the inner ability to change their thinking and actions accordingly... this means that people can, just with the power of choice, change their behaviors permanently.
If you are in Wisconsin and currently seeking a rehab or treatment center for Alcohol, please Call Freedom Model's to learn how you can change your life forever without demeaning labels and endless meetings