Alcohol Addiction


We provide compassionate treatment and recovery for all types of addictions, including alcohol – in a loving, family environment. If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction to alcohol, you may feel as though there’s no hope for recovery, but there is; and there is no need to suffer through this alone. The Source provides individualized treatment options and multiple levels of care. Our commitment is to provide you with the tools to help you recover and return to a life filled with joy and happiness.

A Lifetime of Recovery

Treatment for drug and alcohol addiction has come a long way in the last several years. Although the stigma may remain for a few, addiction is now widely accepted as a treatable medical condition by all medical boards, authorities, and health insurers. The common belief is that alcohol addiction is a symptom of other underlying mental health conditions that must be identified and treated.

To document the seriousness of the problem, the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, conducted a 2019 study that concluded: “an estimated 88,0005 people (approximately 62,000 men and 26,000 women) die from alcohol-related causes annually, making alcohol the third leading preventable cause of death in the United States.”

At The Source, it’s irrelevant how far you may have fallen or what you did in the past. Once you arrive, you are part of the family. We know how difficult it can be, and we will hold your hand while taking baby steps in the beginning. With love and compassion, those baby steps will become giant steps, and giant steps turn into leaps. We will guide you back to sanity and equip you for a lifetime of recovery.

Personalized Treatment Plan

Your journey at The Source begins when you arrive with a complete physical (including blood work) and nutritional and psychological exam. The information is analyzed and referred to while we work with you to design your comprehensive treatment plan.

Since alcohol addiction affects each individual differently, a “one-size-fits-all” approach to treatment does not suffice. People with an alcoholic problem typically drink to mask other (often mental health) issues that could include any of the following: trauma (mental and/or physical), depression, anxiety, panic attacks, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, OCD, chemical imbalances, physical pain, sexual assault, family turmoil, stress, low self-esteem, and lack of purpose. Logically, it makes sense that if the issues causing you discomfort are diagnosed and treated, treating the symptom of substance abuse is more feasible.

Our approach is to treat the entire person; body, mind, and spirit. During the course of treatment, clients have told us that they go through transformable changes that may include:

  • Behavioral change
  • Physical change
  • Personality change
  • Psychic change
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We truly believe that each client is an individual with unique life circumstances. We help the client recognize and correct the dysfunctional behavior patterns that have overtaken their existence and ultimately heal the pain of the past, so they can lead a healthy, addiction-free life.