We know you have many choices when it comes to choosing the right alcohol treatment center for you or a loved one, but we are confident that you will not find one that offers a better approach than ours.
Most treatment centers are taking the wrong approach to treating alcohol addiction. The standard throughout the country is to only offer group meetings with very little one-on-one therapy. Along with the outdated approach of group therapy, they will try to break you down by punishing you. It is not uncommon in treatment centers like this to have a horrible experience. In fact, it becomes a power struggle between you and the staff. For many reasons, this type of treatment rarely results in a success for either party.
Passages Ventura does not believe in the theory of breaking a client down. Instead, we strive to build you back up from the moment you walk through our doors. We will work on healing your body, mind and spirit with a holistic approach that is not only effective but honors you as an individual. It will be clear from the start of your program that we are on your side, and that you can count on us to help you through this very difficult time in your life. There will not be a power struggle between us, but rather a team effort to get you the results you want. When you are treated in this way, going through treatment becomes an enjoyable experience.
Alcohol can form an addiction regardless of the type of alcohol consumed. At Passages Ventura, we often treat and heal individuals who are abusing wine, liquor, and/or beer. Beer has numerous negative effects on the liver, brain, heart, and other vital organs, and ongoing, excessive beer drinking will eventually lead to an increase in tolerance and chemical dependency.
If you are drinking one or two beers occasionally with dinner and among friends, you are most likely a social drinker with a healthy relationship with alcohol. However, if you find yourself needing beer as a way of ‘self-medicating’ against the stresses and strains of daily life, or if you are drinking alone, to the point of blacking out, in large quantities over long periods of time, and feel as though you cannot function without a beer, you may have a beer addiction.
People sometimes assume that drinking wine or beer is not as dangerous as drinking hard alcohol, but this is just plain wrong. Alcohol has the same chemical, physiological and psychological effects regardless of whether it is in the form of wines, spirits or beers. If you are struggling with an addiction to beer or feel as though you have become dependent on drinking beer, Passages can help.
By now you are probably aware that our alcohol addiction center located in beautiful Ventura California near the Pacific Ocean is highly regarded and extremely effective. If you’re ready to take control of your life and overcome your beer addiction, pick up the phone and call us now. We look forward to helping you take a proactive step on your path towards healing.
At Passages Ventura, we successfully treat and heal addiction to wine and other forms of alcohol. Although wine is easily accessible and commonly used, it has numerous detrimental effects on the liver, brain, heart, and other vital organs, and prolonged or excessive consumption of wine can cause increased physical tolerance, severe withdrawal, and chemical dependency.
Drinking wine on occasion with dinner or in social settings is usually not a cause for concern. However, there are several warning indications you may see when wine use becomes wine abuse and dependency, including: needing wine to relax or "self-medicate," drinking alone or to the point of blacking out, drinking in large quantities for prolonged periods of time, feeling like you need wine in order to function, and acting inappropriately or out of character while under the influence of wine.
Drinking wine or beer can cause the same level of damage as hard liquor because alcohol has the same chemical, physiological and psychological effects regardless of whether it is in the form of wine, liquor, or beer. If you are struggling with an addiction to wine or feel you have become dependent on drinking wine, Passages Ventura alcohol rehab center can help you get on the road towards recovery.
Our alcohol addiction rehab center and wine detox center is in the quaint beachside city of Port Hueneme, California near the Pacific Ocean. We provide a fulltime staff of nurses, therapists, and addiction treatment professionals, all ready and waiting to help you put an end to the cycle of wine abuse.
At Passages Ventura, we provide a holistic and completely accredited alcohol rehab program to help our clients permanently overcome liquor addiction. Drinking liquor on occasion in social settings is typically not a cause for concern. However, there are warning signs that become evident when liquor use turns into liquor abuse and dependency, such as: using a cocktail to relax or ‘self-medicate,’ drinking alone, drinking to the point of blacking out, consuming liquor in large quantities for prolonged periods of time, displaying uncharacteristic or erratic behavior, or needing a drink in order to function.
If you have a problem with hard liquor, Passages Ventura provides alcohol treatment for beer, wine, vodka, tequila, gin, rum, whiskey, and more. Liquor abuse not only hurts your personal life, but it also can have many detrimental effects on the liver, brain, heart, and other vital organs. Prolonged excessive consumption of hard alcohol will ultimately lead to an increase in physical tolerance, withdrawal, and chemical dependence as well.
If you are struggling with an addiction to hard alcohol or feel as though you have become dependent on drinking, our addiction treatment program at Passages Ventura can help you overcome your addiction permanently.
Our alcohol addiction rehab center is in beautiful Port Hueneme, California, near the Pacific Ocean in a comfortable, serene setting. We offer the finest facilities, an expert staff of addiction treatment professionals, and most importantly, the power to reclaim your life and heal the damage alcohol abuse has caused.