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Alcoholism

ALCOHOLISM FAIRWINDS Treatment Center TREATMENT for ALCOHOLISM FAIRWINDS TREATMENT CENTER OPENED IN -8.9 million adults" 1989 | have co-occurring disorders; that is they have both ! a mental and substance use disorder DUAL MENTAL DIAGNOSIS SUBSTANCE TREATMENT 7.4% LICENSED DUAL DIAGNOSIS FACILITY 55.8% individuals receive treatment for both conditions Joint Commission Accreditation for over 20 years. Led By Medical Director, Dr. El-yousef. receiving no treatment 24 nour i İMİ at all *Approximate On-site medical detox Individual and group sessions with experienced therapist each week with medical supervision INTEGRATED TREATMENT or treatment that addresses mental and substance use Individualized treatment plans monitored by Clinical Director and M.D. including CBT, DBT, Family Therapy, Individual Psychotherapy, Nutrition Services conditions at the same time is associated with lower costs and better outcomes such as: • Reduced substance use • Improved psychiatric symptoms and functioning • Decreased hospitalization > Increased housing stability > Fewer arrests • Improved quality of life AFTERCARE TREATMENT PLANS provided for each client ABUSE of ALCOHOL In the United States, a standard drink is any drink that contains 0.6 ounces (14.0 grams or 1.2 tablespoons) of pure alcohol. This amount of pure alcohol is found in: 8 z 5toz 1.5 floz fl oz fl oz MALT LIQUOR about 5% alcohol REGULAR BEER WINE 80-proof SPIRITS or LIQUOR about 40% alcohol about 5% alcohol about 12% alcohol (shown in 12 oz glass) PATTERNS OF EXCESSIVE DRINKING BINGE DRINKING (Most people who binge drink are not alcoholics or alcohol dependent): This most common form of excessive alcohol consumption, is defined as: HEAVY DRINKING Defined as consuming: or more drinks during a single occasion. >1 More than 1 drink per day on average WOMEN WOMEN or more drinks during a single ccasion >2 More than 2 drinks per day on average MEN MEN BAБ 80,000 $223.5 billion Alcoholism is the 3rd leading lifestyle-related Approximate deaths attributed to alcohol abuse each year in the U.S. Estimated economic costs of excessive cause of death for the nation alcohol consumption in 2006 Alcohol abuse is responsible for 2.3 million years of potential life lost (YPLL) annually, or an average of about 30 years of potential life lost for each death In 2006, there were more than 1.2 million emergency room visits and 2.7 million physician office visits due to excessive drinking RISKS & SYMPTOMS of ALCOHOLISM IMMEDIATE HEALTH RISKS INJURIES Traffic and firearm injuries, falls, drownings and burns VIOLENCE Intimate partner violence and child abuse RISKY SEXUAL BEHAVIORS Sexual Assault, Sexually Transmitted Diseases PREGNANCY Increase Risk of Infertility, Miscarriage, Stillbirth and Premature Delivery, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome ALCOHOL POISONING Loss of consciousness, low blood pressure and body temperature, coma, respiratory depression or death LONG TERM HEALTH RISKS NEUROLOGICAL PROBLEMS Dementia, stroke and neuropathy SOCIAL PROBLEMS Family issues, unemployment PSYCHIATRIC PROBLEMS Depression, anxiety, suicide CANCER LIVER DISEASES Alcoholic hepatitis and Cirrhosis Mouth, throat, esophagus, liver, colon and breast Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); rethinkingdrinking.niaaa.nih.gov

Alcoholism

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