If you have an addiction to alcohol, residential treatment can help you stop drinking and avoid the harmful consequences of excessive alcohol consumption. Over time, alcohol abuse increases the risk of memory problems, social problems, heart disease, liver disease and a weakened immune system. Alcohol use also has short-term risks, including the potential for alcohol poisoning and injuries associated with drinking and driving.
Virtue at the Pointe staff members have extensive experience treating patients with addictions to cocaine, heroin and other illicit substances. Entering alcohol and drug rehab can help you avoid health complications and protect you from serious financial and legal consequences. Virtue at the Pointe also helps patients recover from addictions to stimulants, benzodiazepines, opioids and other prescription medications. Although these medications are legal, they have addictive properties, meaning it can be difficult to stop using them.