Alcohol Inpatient Rehabilitation for College Professors
An inpatient rehab facility can address any alcohol problem from limited abuse to the most severe cases of addiction. If your alcohol abuse problem is interfering with your daily life, you should choose a treatment program at an inpatient rehab facility. These facilities offer a safe and controlled environment with no access to alcohol or drugs. Professional and luxury inpatient rehab facilities resemble spas rather than medical clinics, and they make rehab seem like a reward or a relaxing vacation rather than a punishment. In this environment you can receive treatment and begin to recover. Parts of the recovery process will be difficult for college professors, but the staff at an inpatient rehab facility will be prepared to support you along the way.
Alcohol Outpatient Rehabilitation for College Professors
Outpatient rehab facilities are available, if taking time off for inpatient care is not an option. Outpatient facilities don’t require overnight stay, which means you can continue to live at home and work regularly while participating in treatment. While outpatient facilities can provide effective treatment for some college professors, they should not be used as a way to avoid more serious treatment for severe addiction. You have to be honest with yourself when it comes to assessing how severe your situation has become and what type of treatment is best for you.
Get Help for Alcohol Addiction
If you are a college professor struggling with alcohol abuse, call our toll-free 24 hour helpline today. We can answer questions about what treatment options are best for you. Alcohol abuse doesn’t have to ruin your life and career. Get the treatment you need so you can get back to your life and your students as soon as possible.
It strikes me that whoever concocted this spam (and spam I'm quite sure it is; the keyword-insertion is pretty obvious) was at least a bit clever (or lucky) in choice of both target population and timing. If you're going to send out a few hundred (or a few thousand) emails in hopes of striking a nerve somewhere, this is a good time of year to go trolling for frazzled proffies (or, for that matter, fed-up colleagues and/or spouses).ReplyDelete
Also, I'm no expert in substance abuse treatment, but the not-so-subtle pushing of inpatient treatment strikes me as pretty suspicious, especially given that at least one quite popular outpatient option is, to the best of my knowledge, free. Another case of the for-profits moving in on a traditionally not-for-profit area?
Has anyone gotten any info yet about anything like this but for Ketamine and drinking hand-sanitizer?ReplyDelete
Just wondering. I have a friend who was wondering, I mean.
The same person who sends me emails for penis enlargement when I don't have a penis, and the one I have access to is plenty big enough.ReplyDelete