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Alcohol addiction and alcoholism are serious problems that affect many residents in Bridgeton, MO. Because of the free use of alcohol in our society, it is something hard to tell when casual alcohol consumption has turned into an addiction. While there is nothing wrong with consuming alcohol on special occasions or sharing a bottle of wine with a friend, the problem of addiction is evident when an individual cannot control his alcohol consumption and continues drinking despite the consequences.

An individual addicted to alcohol in Bridgeton may be trying to cover up his problems or use alcohol to feel better or "happy". Unfortunately, by abusing alcohol he is only making his problems worse as his actions are self-destructive and they become dangerous to themselves and others.

Alcohol addiction and alcoholism can literally kill a person. So every day that goes by that someone addicted to alcohol in Bridgeton, Missouri is not getting help, is one day closer to his total demise. It is important that someone abusing alcohol is aware of the help that is available at a Bridgeton Alcohol Addiction Rehabilitation Center.

Treatment for alcohol addiction and alcoholism in Bridgeton is available for individuals who know that they cannot continue down the path of destruction that alcohol abuse has created. Alcohol Abuse Rehabs in Bridgeton offer counseling, peer support and the help of specialists to help the individual discover how they got into this mess, and how to get out and stay out of the cycle of addiction for good.

As part of treatment in Bridgeton, MO., individuals that experience withdrawal due to extensive alcohol abuse will be gotten through alcohol rehab/detoxification at an Alcohol Treatment Facility. Withdrawal can be a painful and uncomfortable process, so getting help and guidance through withdrawal and detox is a much better option than the person attempting to endure this on their own.

Alcohol addiction treatment options are different from person to person; Examples of treatment options available in Bridgeton, Missouri are Long-term Alcohol Abuse Rehab Facilities, Outpatient Alcoholism Rehabilitation Facilities, Short-term Alcohol Addiction Rehabs, Inpatient Alcohol Treatment Centers, support group meetings, counseling, halfway houses and sober living.

Don't let alcohol addiction or alcoholism take one more day away from you or someone you care about. Contact a counselor in Bridgeton today and discover which Alcoholism Rehabilitation Program will be best for you or someone you care about today.

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  • Studies show that adolescents who use alcohol may recall 10 percent less of what they have learned than those who don´┐Ż''t consume alcohol.
  • Individuals with lower life-long alcohol consumption still have a normal amount of healthy nerves in the brain, whereas drinkers with high life-long alcohol consumption have a much larger amount of defective nerves.
  • Men are almost twice as likely as women to drive a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and to be involved in a fatal collision.
  • Even a small amount of liquor can negatively affect a baby's development and cause a lower birth weight or a higher risk of miscarriage.
  • AA Meetings in Bridgeton, MO.
  • Arlington United Methodist Church
    3770 Mckelvey Road
    Bridgeton, Missouri 63044

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Monday, 8:00 PM
    Tuesday, 11:30 AM
    Friday, 8:00 PM
  • Depaul Hospital
    12303 Depaul Dr
    Bridgeton, Missouri 63044

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Sunday, 9:00 AM
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    Depaul Hospital
    12303 Depaul Dr
    Bridgeton, Missouri 63044

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Sunday, 10:00 AM
  • John Calvin Presbyterian Church
    12567 Natural Bridge Road
    Bridgeton, Missouri 63044

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Thursday, 8:00 PM
  • Bridgeton, MO. Al-Anon Support Group Meetings

  • Arlington United Methodist Church
    Dreams To Reality Alateen (Age 12-20)
    3770 Mckelvey
    Bridgeton, Missouri

    Al-Anon Meeting Times
    Tue., 7:30 PM
    Tue., 7:30 PM

For more information, visit www.drug-rehabs.org.