Alcohol addiction is strong, but you can be stronger
51.3% of American adults consider themselves regular drinkers while 12.9% of adults consider themselves infrequent drinkers. With such an overwhelming amount of the population consuming alcohol there is no shame in admitting that you might have a problem. It takes real courage to even attempt to break the cycle by seeking help for substance abuse. Whether it’s your decision to reach out for help or you’re being encouraged by the people you love, know that alcoholism is treatable.
What steps will you take to defeat alcohol abuse?
ENSO approaches alcohol abuse with holistic treatment that focuses on building your inner strength and utilizing techniques rather than immediately resorting to extensive inpatient treatment or drug based therapy. While we know this is a great place to start, it is important to remember that alcoholism is specific to each person and the deaths it can cause vary as well…
Deaths attributed to alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction
18,146 people died last year of alcohol related liver disease
29,001 people died last year of alcohol related deaths excluding accidents and homicides
You don’t have to be a statistic – right now you have a choice!
Alcoholism is treatable and you have options
At Enso, we focus on helping you deal with the underlying issues which prompt you to use alcohol in the first place. Whether you’re using liquor to cope or you’ve become incapable of operating in an unaltered state, Enso can help you combat your addiction. Your triggers, alcohol use and underlying issues are explored with the help of your clinician and the goal is to help you learn to operate without alcohol for the rest of your life going forward.
Call us for your free initial consultation or fill out the contact form today. We use the first meeting as an opportunity meet with you and assess your present state while giving you an opportunity to interview us and make sure Enso is the right fit for you. If we’re not the right fit, we’ll say so and promptly refer you to another qualified clinician which will give you care you need.