Alcohol Use Disorder
A chronic disease characterized by uncontrolled dependence on alcohol. Which can include dizzyness, Anxiety, Agitation, Nausea and shivering.
The symptoms that can appear when someone suddenly stops consuming alcohol after a long period of continuous drinking can include extreme anxiety, problems getting to sleep or staying asleep at night, tremors or uncontrollable shaking as well as Nausea and vomiting.
Deadly symptoms can occur from binge drinking large amounts of alcohol in a short amount of time. Some of the effects that can occur can include confusion and disorientation, nausea and vomiting, slurred speech and unresponsiveness.
Unpleasant symptoms such as fatigue and feeling weak, extreme thirst or dehydration, sensitivity to light and headaches, nausea and stomach pain, poor sleep and concentration can occur after excessive alcohol intake.
A condition that occurs from stopping or limiting the intake of nicotine by people who have become addicted to nicotine products. Symptoms of nicotine withdrawal can include tingling hands and feet, sweating, nausea and intestinal cramping, headaches, coughing. It can also cause sore throat, insomnia, difficulty concentrating, anxiety, irritability, depression and weight gain.
Physical and mental symptoms that occur when you stop the use of opioids suddenly can include muscle aches, restlessness, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, nausea and vomiting.
Medication Assisted Treatment
When needed medication assistance can be provided to assist patients with the encouragement for freedom from long term maintenance within 6-7 months.
Job Skills Training
Receiving proper job skills training and full time employment is an important step in the recovery process. Receive guaranteed employment after 100 days of treatment in our Long Term recovery program.
Primary Health Care
We offer primary health care to our patients to assist with any illness or pre existing condition that the patient may need help with. Please contact a member of our staff for more information.
Real Hope Behavioral Health which is located in Danville, Kentucky offers confidential Intensive outpatient and outpatient substance use disorder treatment through medication assisted treatment. This also includes target case management, peer support and individual or group therapy.
Outpatient Treatment is ideal for anyone that is dealing with substance use disorder but is unable to leave their family or their job and require a lower level of treatment.
Short Term Residential
Our Short Term Residential Treatment program is based on proven practices and research based therapies. We know how difficult addiction can make every area of your life and that is why our program is here to support you as a person and not just the symptoms of the addiction.
Long Term Residential
Our Long Term Residential Treatment program is an 11 month long-term program. 83% of clients that complete the 11 month program are still in recovery six months after graduating our program without relapse.
Our long term treatment provides accountability in a supportive environment while our clients are able to resolve any issues. This can include legal issues, repair of family relationships, receive job skills training and stabilize mental and physical health concerns.