One of the most physically and socially destructive habits plaguing people around the world is alcohol abuse. South Africa is no exception when it comes to alcoholism as we also have a great number of people who suffer from alcohol addiction. The World Health Organisation (WHO) recognises that there are approximately 140 million alcoholics worldwide – with a considerable percentage originating from this country. Alcoholism can be classified into two categories – medical and psychological, and both conditions have the power to destroy lives and families if not identified and treated in time.
Alcohol Addiction Treatment
In addition to the other types of rehabilitation treatments we focus on, Twin Rivers is an alcohol rehab treatment centre. We are committed to assisting people kick the habit using treatments that are tailored to the severity of the condition. The first step, however, is identifying the fact that you have an alcohol addiction or suffer from binge drinking, for instance. Whatever the condition, we can help you throughout your journey to recovery.
Alcohol Addiction Abuse
Alcohol abuse is known to lead to many complications from accidents and violent outbursts to health and social issues. Through effective technics such as group therapy, workshops and assignments, we help people realise the destructive nature alcohol addiction presents and help them relieve themselves of the dependency. We have a team of experienced medical experts that perform a full medical before prescribing a treatment. In instances where necessary, we also provide detoxification as an alcohol rehab treatment.
Twin Rivers Focal Point
The focal point of our treatments is to help people discover that they can live without alcohol. We also recommend that patients participate in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) programmes which will further stimulate a spirit of abstinence from alcohol. If you are searching for an alcohol rehab in South Africa, contact Twin Rivers today to find out how we can relieve you from the destructive cycle of alcohol abuse.