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Alcohol Addiction Treatment Treatment & Rehab

ALCOHOLISM AND ALCOHOL USE DISORDER

The abuse of alcohol is a serious health problem, generated by personal, social and environment determinants.

Prevalence of alcohol consumption is high: Portugal ranks 9th worldwide per capita on alcohol consumption (SICAD). According to WHO, globally 16,9% drank excessively, 0,9% have a risk use and 2,1% are addicted to alcohol.

Globally, 3.3 million deaths, or 5.9% of all global deaths (7.6% for men and 4.0% for women), were attributable to alcohol consumption. In 2014, the World Health Organization reported that alcohol contributed to more than 200 diseases and injury-related health conditions. liver cirrhosis, cancers, and injuries.

80% of younger people have drunk alcohol at least once during their lifetime, 48 % of the students in the ESPAD countries had consumed alcohol during the 30 and an average of 13 % of students reported intoxication during the last 30 days. The main consequences of drinking, binge drinking and/or heavy drinking behaviours among students are: die from alcohol-related unintentional injuries, including motor-vehicle crashes; assaulted by another student; assaulted by another student; meet the criteria for AUD; missing class, falling behind in class, doing poorly on exams or papers, and receiving lower grades overall (NIDA).

Did you know that alcohol abuse has consequences on physical and mental health, and furthermore has an impact on different areas of your life – family, social, labour and legal?

An adequate and specialized support, by an expert team of professionals, can help you through your self-fulfilment recovery journey.

ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE IS A TREATBLE ILLNESS

If this a problem that you want and need to overcome, focusing on a recovery oriented to self-fulfilment, through a personalized residential treatment program of alcohol use disorder, Dianova is here to help you reach your expectations and rebuilding your life and personal autonomy. We know recovery is possible. We witness it everyday day.

Our goal is to offer you an inpatient treatment with a diversity of services, evidence based and certified under ISO quality management, having reached in the past five years 100% of Client Satisfaction and Service Recommendation.

OUR TREATMENT PROGRAM

Our therapeutic rehabilitation inpatient program is focused on individual needs. Based upon a cognitive-behavioural approach, with a biopsychosocial focus, we provide support to our residents / clients to be self-aware of its own problem with alcohol use, obtain new learning processes, resources and skills aiming to cope with and tackle its addictive behaviours towards an improvement of quality of life and well-being.

Choosing Dianova rehab program means a focus on: 

– Abstinence on a safe environment: restoring the physical and psychological balance begins with the abstinence of alcohol in a relaxing, inspiring environment;

– Behavioural analysis: based on the assumption that each behaviour has specific consequences and has underlying cognitive and social expectations.

– Occupational health: by engaging in occupational activities, daily tasks and healthy management of leisure, we seek to promote personal structure and organization, as well as discovering other sort of activities that boost personal motivation and satisfaction

– Psychotherapeutic dynamic: engaging on psychotherapeutic groups and individual psychotherapy to promote cognitive, emotional and relational development and relapse prevention strategies

Click here to Apply for Admission . Contact us for more information +351261312300 | e-mail admissions@dianova.pt.

TEST Assess your Alcohol Use Disorder / Dependence

The results of this self-test should and must be used only as guidance for understanding your use of drugs, drug addiction and related health problems. A full evaluation and diagnosis must be completed by a health professional, in order to determine the most adequate counselling or inpatient treatment.