Nov. 29, 2012
-- Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA is a very popular treatment method for those suffering from alcohol abuse. It has a very high success rate, however, it may not be suitable for everyone. Many people do not want to make public their struggles with alcoholism, and therefore, prefer to seek treatment in private. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) involves a group setting, and it also encourages its members to speak about themselves.
For some, speaking in front of a group of people is stressful in itself, and to exacerbate that stress, revealing their struggles with alcohol can further hinder their recover. For this reason, many people find solace in alternative methods of recovery. For example, The National Treatment Network offers clients the opportunity to participate in in-patient alcohol rehabilitation programs and safe, medically supervised drug detox programs. When potential clients call their toll-free number, 877-649-6603
, they are immediately connected with a professional, compassionate counselor, who will help them choose the most appropriate treatment options available. The National Treatment Network's programs are among the best in the United States, with a remarkable success rate.
When clients call the toll-free number, 877-649-6603, they can be assured that their call and consultation will remain confidential, of course. All medical insurance is welcome, and clients may even be entitled to up to $30,000 in treatment benefits. Alcoholics need to take action, and take that first step and call the 24 hour helpline. They will then start to regain their lives and break the cycle of dangerous addiction. For more information on alternatives to Alcoholics Anonymous and the National Treatment Network, call 877-649-6603