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“Alcohol Abuse Rehab and Treatment in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has changed my life. I was checked in as an in-patient against my will by my parents, and while I’ll admit to resenting them for it at the time, I now know they did it out of love and concern. Before treatment, I did not think I had a problem with drinking or alcohol, that I drank like every other teenager. The counselors at the treatment center helped me understand that I am, in fact, an alcoholic and that my drinking habits were outside the norm. I have been sober ever since leaving treatment and now plan to go to college to become a Drug and Alcohol Counselor myself. I feel myself stronger physically and mentally. If someone expresses concern for you about your drinking, even if you don’t think you have a problem, please get help. You might be surprised what you learn about yourself, and it can change your life, the way it has changed mine.”
“If you or someone you love is struggling with alcohol, I highly recommend Alcohol Abuse Rehab and Treatment. I was treated as an out-patient and was able to continue working while receiving excellent treatment. This was the only place I found that had a payment plan and rate that worked for me while allowing me to continue to work. The counselors were very knowledgeable and friendly and made me feel comfortable during both group and individual sessions. I didn’t realize how much having a safe place to talk to others in my position would help. The ongoing support they offer after treatment is great, too.”
“My experience with Alcohol Abuse Rehab and Treatment was very positive. They made detoxing as painless as possible and offered every kind of support throughout the whole process. I truly don’t think I could have done it without their amazing staff. Everyone is kind and patient and makes you feel welcome and understood. The work is not easy, but they help you all along the way, and anyone who is willing to do it, can. My time at the facility was a life-changing experience, and I am happily sober to this day.”
“I never thought I would be someone who needed rehab. Even at the time, I checked in, I had a great job, friends, a family. I didn’t think I ticked any of the boxes of an alcoholic. When my wife expressed concern for my drinking and encouraged me to seek treatment, I mainly did it for her, not because I thought I had a problem. Through counseling with Alcohol Abuse Rehab and Treatment, I realized I was a high-functioning alcoholic. I was shocked at how much better life was after treatment. You would be amazed at the ways rehab can help you, even if you don’t think you have a problem.”