Renew and Recover in our Tranquil Bucks County, PA Location

Addiction can create isolation, loneliness and despair, and these emotions are only egged on by the guilt that sometimes comes with this condition. If you are struggling with alcohol addiction, please don’t feel like you you need to kick the habit on your own. You are far from alone in this struggle. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a quarter of the adult American population engages in heavy drinking at least once a year, and more than 35,000 people die annually because of over-consuming alcohol. Follow the link to learn more about our therapy programs.

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Our goal is always to provide premier, individualized treatment options that help you begin healing and lay a foundation for long-term recovery. Call us or contact us online today to learn more about outpatient alcohol rehab and what options might be right for you. Our admissions staff will work with you to understand your goals for seeking treatment so they can provide optimal referrals. We never push our programs if they aren’t the right fit for you, and we can help you work out details including insurance coverage. We’ll verify your insurance and let you know around how much your policy might cover.

Learn more about our therapy programs or call 215-780-1953 today to speak with our admissions staff. Conversations with us are always confidential, and you’ll be able to talk to experienced, nonjudgmental rehab professionals who will listen to your story and provide you with information and resources to take the next step.

At Peace Valley Recovery, we work with you to develop a bridge to a peaceful and purposeful life. By seeking a new purpose and looking toward the potential positive outcomes of sobriety, you under-gird your recovery efforts and help increase your chances at success.

We also believe in individualized treatment plans, because each person who seeks rehab services for alcohol addiction is just that: a unique person. You aren’t a statistic, a number in a line or your addiction, and we will never treat you like any of those things. Outpatient recovery services that take a holistic approach, treating the mind, body and soul, help the entire person grow and heal.

Some aspects you might expect from outpatient treatment models include:

  • Individual and group cognitive behavioral therapy, which helps you address the root causes of your alcohol abuse, identify triggers and develop new coping mechanisms
  • Recreational therapy, which allows you to engage in enjoyable activities, build new skills and generate more confidence as you move through recovery
  • Medication management if you need medical assistance in managing withdrawal symptoms or dealing with alcohol cravings
  • Case management or other services to help you plan for your outpatient recovery and develop a course of action to support long-term recovery

At Peace Valley Recovery, we offer a full range of outpatient rehab services, including partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, individual and group counseling, abstinence-based programs and 12-step programs.

Many people put off seeking help for an alcohol addiction because they don’t believe they are addicted. Here are some signs that your drinking may be out of control or that you could use professional assistance in breaking out of the cycle of addiction.

  • You hide your drinking or how much you drink from friends, family or employers
  • You drink and drive
  • You drink in situations where it may be irresponsible to do so, such as while you’re on the job or in a position of responsibility over others
  • You find yourself craving alcohol on a regular basis
  • You engage in binge drinking
  • You have episodes of alcohol-induced blackouts where you don’t remember what happened
  • You lie or take other risky actions to obtain alcohol
  • You need more and more alcohol to get drunk

If you’re searching for treatment information for someone you love, you may need to look for other signs such as stealing, lying, the scent of alcohol on breath or clothing, changes in mood or performance at work and sudden changes in social circles or interests.

Outpatient treatment options may be a good option in a variety of circumstances. If you have started with inpatient detox or residential alcohol treatment, some type of outpatient program is often the best next step. It allows you to begin integrating into family or home life or your career again while maintaining consistent connections with a structured support system.

In some cases, it may be appropriate to begin with outpatient alcohol treatment. This option can reduce the overall cost of treatment (when compared to residential models) and allow you to remain at home with your family as you begin your journey toward recovery. This is especially true for individuals who have a supportive, consistent environment at home and family that is willing to participate in recovery and healing and be a positive support throughout rehab.