Alcohol Addiction Helpline

Alcohol Addiction HelplineAny Ohio resident can call an alcohol addiction helpline at any time. A helpline is available for you to call 24 hours a day under any circumstance. People call an alcohol addiction helpline for a variety of reasons. Some people call for information about the addiction itself. They wonder how alcoholism will affect them, now and long-term. Others call on behalf of a loved one they see struggling with alcohol abuse or alcoholism.

Alcoholism Withdrawal Symptoms

When you call an alcohol addiction helpline, you can ask about withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms are a clear indicator of physical dependency in Ohio, and they may include such symptoms as the following:

  • Mood swings
  • Shakiness
  • Anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Changes in heart rate

Signs of Alcohol Addiction in Ohio Residents

The following are several of the many alcohol addiction signs you can ask about when you call and addiction helpline:

  • Legal or financial trouble
  • Taking risks like drinking and driving
  • Isolation
  • Changes in mood or behavior
  • Loss of interest in former hobbies
  • Neglected responsibilities
  • Loss of control

General Intervention for Ohio Residents

Many Ohio residents call alcohol helplines for their loved ones. These people want to know what addiction looks like and how they can help their loved one overcome addiction. Often the family and friends of an addict want to know how to stage a successful intervention.

  • Ask for help from an experienced interventionist.
  • Be patient and understanding.
  • Plan ahead what you will say, when the intervention will take place and who will be there.
  • Choose the rehab facility ahead of time and have the addict’s bags packed.

Alcoholism Treatment Options for Ohio Residents

Some Ohio citizens call for more information about alcohol rehab. They want to know how to choose a rehab facility, what a typical day in rehab looks like, how long treatments will last and which treatment options would fit them best. For example, if you struggle with alcoholism as well as a mental health disorder (depression, bipolar disorder) you will need a rehab facility that specializes in Dual Diagnosis treatment. Holistic treatments incorporate all aspects of an addiction, the physical as well as mental and emotional effects of alcoholism. Other options include the following:

  • Inpatient or outpatient treatments
  • Group or private therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Educational workshops
  • Community reinforcement approach
  • Equestrian assisted therapy

Call center counselors are also there for Ohio residents who are ready to begin treatments. After a short conversation, the counselor will be able to schedule a time for you to begin treatments at a rehab facility. By calling an alcohol addiction helpline, these counselors can even tell you if your insurance benefits will cover part or all of your rehab costs.

Lastly, people call an alcohol addiction helpline to speak with a call center counselor. Whenever you need to talk about your struggle with alcohol, there’ll be someone waiting to answer your call. A call center counselor can help talk you through avoidance techniques and encourage you to continue sobriety. No matter when or for what reason, any Ohio resident should feel free to call an alcohol addiction helpline.

Ohio Alcoholism Helpline

If you or someone you love in Ohio is struggling with alcoholism, call our 24 hour, toll-free helpline as soon as possible. Because there’s no time to waste, we keep our phone lines open all the time. When you call ask about how your insurance may cover the costs of rehab.