Alcoholism: Why Do Men Struggle More?August 6, 2019 10:27 pm
Almost one in five men will struggle with alcohol dependence at some point in their lives, which is double the rate of women.
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No addiction recovery program is complete until it addresses the spiritual aspect of the struggle with addiction. Here at Renaissance Ranch Outpatient Treatment, we believe that faith is a vital part of healing and recovery. Although our perspective is based in the doctrines of the LDS church, we welcome patients of all faiths. Coordinating personal gospel study, counseling from ecclesiastical leaders, and the essential supportive strength of family relationships, we encourage practices that help our patients more fully understand their personal spiritual journey and their relationship with a higher power.
While a primary part of our curriculum includes a spiritual approach, we are clinicians with years of experience in addiction recovery. From one-on-one cognitive behavioral therapy, to group and family counseling, we utilize techniques backed up by clinical research, as well as our own personal experience with hundreds of patients.
Our outpatient program is individually catered to each patient to yield real-world results. Whether your struggle is with alcohol addiction, opiate abuse, or other substances, we have a program that can help you achieve your personal goals, improve meaningful relationships, and move towards a bright and hopeful future.
“God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can and wisdom to know the difference.”
Because so much of an addict’s success in recovery depends on the positive strength and healthy involvement of the family, we are passionate about facilitating the healing of the entire family, together. We are dedicated to teaching families about how addiction interferes with the neurological functions of the brain and the best ways to work together to support their addicted family member while the disease of addiction is fought.