Schick Shadel Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Alcohol Recovery Programs at Schick Shadel

The #1 Alcohol recovery program for addiction - Schick Shadel Hospital, Seattle WA

We help you get your life back…

For 80 years, Schick Shadel Hospital alcohol treatment programs have helped over 65,000 men and women lose the craving for alcohol.

Schick Shadel alcohol treatment programs offer medical care in an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance. The Schick Shadel alcohol treatment program addresses the medical causes of alcohol addiction, because willpower, counseling and social support alone don’t always work.

Staffed by caring, compassionate physicians, nurses and counselors, our alcohol treatment programs recognize that addiction is both physiological and psychological. Genetic predisposition and repeated exposure to alcohol can lead to addiction.

Alcohol addiction is an illness requiring medical treatment. Schick Shadel Hospital alcohol treatment programs provide researched medical treatment in tandem with psychological counseling to address the physiological craving for alcohol.

After medical detoxification (if necessary), initial inpatient treatment can be completed usually within ten days. Follow-up hospitalization for two days each at 30 and 90 days post-discharge from alcohol recovery treatment is strongly recommended.

Schick Shadel evidence-based alcohol treatment program benefits:

  • A Medical Hospital with MDs, Registered Nurses and a Compassionate Staff
  • Non 12-Step Program to Stop Cravings
  • An Alternative Treatment Program That Treats Addiction as a Medical Condition
  • #1 Success Rate* for Alcohol Treatment
  • Fast 10-Day Inpatient Alcohol Recovery Program

*#1 Success rate based on results of a verified survey of former patients (success being measured as total abstinence for one year and assessed by self-evaluation), as against published success rates from verified, comparable studies of other medical institutions.

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