Alcohol Treatment and Rehab

Fraser Valley Detox and Treatment Call Centre is a call centre here to support and facilitate the process of getting you or your loved one into detox and/or treatment for drug and alcohol misuse. Most importantly, we work with the best facilities in the country. We have lived a life of addiction and above all, are now living in Recovery. Consequently, our lives in recovery allow us to help those still struggling.  Moreover, our life in recovery combined with being highly educated professionals makes us an indispensable asset to helping your loved one.

Our staff can assess your situation and determine the appropriate facility for you or your loved one.  Above all, we have a variety of options to choose from, including exclusive men only and women only centres.  In addition, we can also accommodate youth.

Alcoholism/Alcohol Abuse

Firstly, alcoholism or severe alcohol abuse impacts people from all walks of life. Secondly, psychological, genetic, and behavioral factors contribute to alcohol abuse. Thirdly and similar to drug addiction, alcohol can also alter an alcoholic’s brain function. Fourthly, this inhibits their ability to make rational decisions and display self-control. Lastly, there are varying degrees of alcohol abuse that need treatment.

Alcoholism reveals itself in many ways. For instance, some people drink heavily throughout the day and others binge drink and stay sober for a while-until the cycle repeats itself. It is an allergy of the bottle and a mental obsession that once a sip of alcohol enters the body of an alcoholic, they can’t stop.  Alcohol addiction is incredibly common, yet tough, due to the fact alcohol is a legal substance, easily attainable, and commonly accepted in most cultures. In conclusion, here are some of the physical, emotional and social symptoms that indicate a person is an alcoholic and-or needs alcohol treatment:.

Physical Symptoms from Alcohol Abuse:
  • Blacking out, or having any memory loss caused by excessive drinking
  • Progressively greater tolerance for alcohol
  • Tremors or shakes in the absence of alcohol
  • Spider Angiomas (tiny, very red blood vessels)
  • Insomnia
  • Unhealthy liver problems (inflammation or cirrhosis)
  • Perspiring and nausea, even when not consuming alcohol
  • Loss of appetite and destructive eating habits
  • Poor hygiene maintenance
  • Unexplained sicknesses or accidents
Emotional and Behavioral Symptoms from Alcohol Abuse:
  • Unpredictability and extreme mood swings
  • Unusual anger and emotional outbursts
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Isolating
  • Abusive behavior (physical and-or emotional)
  • Emotional detachment
  • Crying spells
  • Recent untrustworthiness and unreliability
  • Defending excessive drinking habits
Social Symptoms from Alcohol Abuse:
  • Not being able to stop after a couple of drinks
  • Family and friends are worried about drinking habits
  • Drinking in dangerous, or inappropriate, situations
  • Legal problems such as DUI or public intoxication
  • Making excuses or inventing reasons to drink
  • Lying about drinking
  • Relationships negatively affected by drinking
  • Neglecting responsibilities
  • Drinking alone or hiding drinking
  • Irritability when unable to drink
  • Missing important events (family or business)

Take the first step towards recovery and a healthy, happy, drug-free life and call us, or schedule a free, no obligation consultation on alcohol addiction rehab therapy treatment