Alcohol Detox Treatment Center for Residents of Cincinnati, OH 

Alcoholism is a cunning disease. It can be particularly challenging for a person to overcome their addiction to alcohol due in large part to the fact that alcohol is such a factor in our society. For instance, many restaurants have a designated menu that is specific to alcohol or they may have a bar as part of their venue. Also, as long as you’re over the age of 21, you could easily go to a liquor store and purchase alcohol and no one around you will ever question you. This could lead to a continuous and dangerous downward spiral as your body starts to crave this potential substance more and more. Once you get to the point where you’re ready to remove the influence of alcohol from your life, the first step that you may need to take before rehab is detox. 

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.

Alcohol detox is scary for many people because they know that within a short amount of time from the time that they took their last drink, they will begin to experience alcohol withdrawal symptoms. As a result, there are many people who try to avoid this process by simply continuing to drink. However, the process of alcohol detox does not have to be an overwhelming or scary one when you partner with an alcohol detox facility with a team that is specifically trained to assist you. As one of the best options for alcohol treatment for residents of Cincinnati, The Source believes that it’s our responsibility to assist you in this process. 

One of the leading reasons why so many people opt to work with The Source team is the fact that we have partnered with numerous detox facilities all over the country. By taking this step, we can ensure that you receive the immediate and professional help that you need during this key stage in your life and in your recovery. 

What is Alcohol Detox Like? 

There are several variables when it comes to what you will experience during your time in alcohol detox. When you first reach out to our intake team, we will ask you a multitude of questions regarding the extent of your addiction. Some examples would include the severity of your alcohol addiction and how long you have been drinking. This will help us have a better understanding of how severe your withdrawal symptoms may be. Overall, the focus of your time in detox will be to help you get through the worst of your withdrawal symptoms in a safe and sober environment where you will enjoy the around the clock care of a treatment team that is specifically trained to help you through this critical stage in your overall recovery. 


How Long Does Alcohol Detox Last? 

Typically, you will need to spend at least seven days in alcohol detox. It’s important to remember that this time may be extended, however, depending on the severity of your addiction. It’s possible that you may need to spend a few extra days in detox just to ensure that you are in the right frame of mind both physically and psychologically to begin your time in rehab. When you trust The Source to pair you with one of the detox facilities that we have partnered with, you can take comfort in the fact that you will be in excellent hands from the time that you step foot through their doors to the time that you’re ready to come to The Source for extended care. 

What to Expect During Alcohol Detox 

Without question, the first 72 hours of your time in alcohol detox will be the most difficult. During this time, you will experience the worst of your withdrawal symptoms which can include: 

  • Cravings 
  • Nausea 
  • Shakiness 
  • Fatigue 
  • Sweating 
  • Seizures 

When you come to a designated alcohol detox facility, you will have the peace of mind of knowing that you have the around-the-clock care that you need which can help you to avoid some of these more severe symptoms. 

What Happens After Alcohol Detox? 

Once you’re done with your time in detox, you will be in a much better place physically and psychologically to be able to take the steps that you need to overcome your addiction to alcohol once and for all. After detox, you will transition into a rehab program at The Source. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with your treatment team to develop a recovery program that is personalized to you and your needs. If you did need to go through detox, then it’s strongly recommended that you commit to a PHP rehab in Cincinnati

The partial hospitalization program at The Source allows you to live in one of our incredible single-family residences throughout the course of your recovery program. You will have access to a number of luxurious amenities as well as around-the-clock access to your treatment team which will help you to make the most out of your time in treatment. Our single-family residences are within close proximity to the Fort Lauderdale beach as well as other sober-friendly locations which can help you to remain focused on the goals that you have for your time in treatment. 

We understand that a partial hospitalization program is not always an option for every person which is why we also offer the option to participate in two unique outpatient programs. Our intensive outpatient program and general outpatient program both provide you with the tools that you need to overcome your addiction but in a more flexible setting. An intensive outpatient program, for example, requires a weekly commitment to therapy of just nine hours per week while a general outpatient program requires just four hours. Participating in therapy will help you to identify and address the root cause of your addiction which is key in your recovery. 

The Source Treatment Center intake team is available right now to help you take your first steps toward sobriety. For more information, please get in touch with us today at (800) 426-0418

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.