Georgia Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

STS Sobriety Treatment Solution

Savannah, Georgia - USA (Chatham County)

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STS Sobriety Treatment Solution can help patients achieve sobriety again by utilizing a number of different methods. These can include, but are not limited to providing detoxification treatment, using medications to help achieve and maintain sobriety, conducting individual and group therapy sessions, and providing access to support groups.

Savannah, GA, STS Sobriety Treatment Solution centers may be designed so that they can accept patients who have not yet been through or are still going through the detoxification stage of alcohol addiction. Staff members know that sobriety treatment cannot even begin until this has occurred; therefore, they provide areas where patients can be monitored as they go through this phase.

Depending on the facility, services of STS Sobriety Treatment Solution in Savannah, GA, may include administering medications. Some of the medications used may cause very unpleasant adverse reactions if alcohol is consumed. These medications may be given when a person is in the outpatient phase of sobriety treatment so that the temptation to drink will be easier to resist.

Other medications actually reduce the urge or craving for alcohol, and can be used both during and after sobriety treatment. Different Savannah, GA, STS Sobriety Treatment Solution centers may use any or all of these, while others may not use medication at all in sobriety treatment.

Another STS Sobriety Treatment Solution in Savannah, Georgia facility may utilize individual and group therapy sessions, including family counseling sessions, as part of its sobriety treatment. This same facility may also provide patients and family members access to support groups.

For information on locations and services of STS Sobriety Treatment Solution in Savannah, GA, you can call (912) 228-5105. You can find out which types of sobriety treatment are used, and determine which ones would be best for you or your loved one who suffers from alcohol addiction.

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