Alcohol Abuse Helpline
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First you made the decision to stop drinking alcohol. Perhaps the consequences of alcohol addiction began to outweigh the perceived benefits of continuing to drink. Perhaps you finally realized that you were no longer drinking for fun. Instead, you were drinking to postpone withdrawal symptoms in order to maintain “normalcy” in what has become your new way of life. You’ve tried to quit drinking alcohol on your own, and the result was symptoms of withdrawal; insomnia, agitation, the slight shake in your hands.So like most Americans, you made the decision that you couldn’t make a decision. You couldn’t afford the time or the money. And you decided that even if you could, you probably wouldn’t make the investment of either based on the presumption of failure. Your participation in running a small business made this kind of treatment impossible. So you decided to quit on your own and you couldn’t. And you tried to stop again on you own and you couldn’t. You certainly couldn’t for the long term. You’ve postponed getting help. Your dependence on alcohol has progressed. And now here you are.
“Even if I didn’t have a drinking problem, I wish I could have come to Accelerated long ago just for this team’s astonishing ability to teach me who I really am. The program here vastly exceeded what I was promised (or expected) and I feel like I am solidly launched towards being recovered forever, rather than forever recovering. I also feel happy for the first time in ages. I have gotten back my life. I cannot believe the quality of care I am receiving or the teamwork behind it.”