Alcoholism contributes to 5.3% of deaths worldwide. If you’re struggling with alcohol abuse disorder, there’s no reason to feel ashamed – millions are in your shoes. Here at United Recovery Project, we know first-hand the amount of emotional and physical pain that alcohol addiction causes. Not only that, but we also realize that many of our clients must work to rebuild personal and professional relationships that they lost because of excessive drinking. Everyone’s story is different, and that’s why we create a customized treatment plan that best suits your needs and long-term recovery goals.
At United Recovery Project, we aim to provide a judgment-free and comfortable environment for clients of all backgrounds. We use an evidence-based treatment approach that enables clients to make long-lasting changes to jumpstart their recovery journeys.
Signs of a Drinking Problem
If you’re experiencing any of the below signs of alcoholism, you should highly consider seeking treatment.
- Alcoholism symptoms (i.e., anxiety and shaking) when you stop drinking
- Declining performance in school or at work
- Drinking alcohol in dangerous situations, such as while you’re driving
- Experiencing a constant hankering to drink alcohol
- Being unable to control how much you drink even when you try to cut back
Source: Mayo Clinic