As long as drinking is an acceptable form of entertainment, the number of individuals in Lenox, Massachusetts that struggle with alcoholism will continue to climb and the need for quality Alcohol Rehab Facilities will steadily increase.

There are various reasons that an individual from Lenox, Massachusetts may develop an alcohol addiction. The causes of alcoholism are also varied and may include depression, low self esteem, peer pressure, childhood abuse, and a wide array of environmental factors. One thing is certain, a person in Lenox, MA. does not have the conscious intention of becoming an alcoholic when they make the choice to pick up their first drink.

Initially it is not as important to know why an individual starting drinking as it is to seek treatment for an alcohol addiction as soon as it has been diagnosed. The reason for this is because there are a host of serious problems that are related to alcoholism such as domestic problems, automobile accidents, and reduced mental health and lower inhibitions. Additionally an individual from Lenox, MA. with an alcoholism problem can experience many health related problems including digestive disorders, heart problems and liver disease.

Getting the help of a professional Alcohol Abuse Rehab Program is the most viable solution for an individual in Lenox, Massachusetts that is affected by the potentially life threatening toxic effects of alcoholism. Once an individual from Lenox, MA. is finally willing to admit that they have an alcohol addiction, a sense of urgency is needed in regard to obtaining treatment for their alcoholism problem.

Alcohol detox refers to the component of the Alcohol Addiction Treatment Facility that helps to manage and minimize the physical withdrawal symptoms that can occur when someone quits drinking. An individual from Lenox that is going through the detox process should have the professional support of the staff at the Alcohol Abuse Rehabilitation Program, in order to help them deal with some of the associated withdrawal symptoms. The length and the severity of these symptoms will depend on how long the individual from Lenox, Massachusetts was alcohol dependent and how much they drank during the process of their alcoholism.

The various alcohol addiction rehab treatment options that are available in Lenox include outpatient alcohol addiction treatment, long term residential alcohol rehab, holistic rehab alcoholism treatment, alcohol counseling and short term alcoholism treatment, just to name a select few.

Our mission is to provide professional assistance to individuals from Lenox that are currently struggling with an alcohol addiction and seeking a quality Alcohol Abuse Rehabilitation Facility for alcoholism. We make getting help easy; it is just a phone call away for the individual from Lenox, Massachusetts that is in need of alcohol addiction treatment - don't wait, pick up the phone and dial right now.

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  • Alcohol use slows signal transmission in the brain, contributing to some of the effects associated with alcohol intoxication, including sleepiness and sedation.
  • According to the National Household Survey on Drug Use and Health and the College Alcohol Study, From 1999 to 2005, the number of college students ages 18-24 who reported consuming five or more drinks on at least one occasion within the past thirty days increased from 41.7% to 44.7%, and the proportions who drove under the influence of alcohol in the past year increased from 26.5% to 28.9%.
  • Heavy drinking can also cause brain damage, high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, an enlarged heart, and diseases of the liver and pancreas.
  • One in every thirteen adults abuse alcohol or are alcoholic.
  • AA Meetings in Lenox, MA.
  • At Wits End
    Church On The Hill
    55 Main St.??
    Lenox, Massachusetts 1240

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Monday, 5:30 PM
  • Big Book Step
    Trinity Church
    11 Kemble St.
    Lenox, Massachusetts 1240

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Thursday, 7:00 PM
  • Lenox Sunday Group
    Trinity Church
    11 Kemble St.
    Lenox, Massachusetts 1240

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Sunday, 3:00 PM
  • Unity Group
    Church On The Hill Chapel
    55 Main St.?
    Lenox, Massachusetts 1240

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Friday, 7:00 PM
  • Lenox, MA. Al-Anon Support Group Meetings

  • Trinity Church
    88 Walker St Parish Hall
    Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

    Al-Anon Meeting Times
    Thu., 10:00 AM

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