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For an alcoholic, the road to recovery can seem equal to climbing Mount Everest, but it can be a whole lot simpler than that. No one climbs Mount Everest in a day. No one does it without help. And, no one does it without the right tools and equipment. We all know that climbing a mountain is hard work and standing at the base, looking toward the summit, can surely be a bit overwhelming. Self-doubt can creep in; churning your stomach, creating fear, working hard at convincing you there’s no way you’ll conquer this insurmountable mountain.
     If you’re reading this blog, you might be questioning whether you have a problem with alcohol or not. You might even know of someone else that might need help. Making the choice to get help is one of the best things you can do for you or your friend, and entering into an alcohol treatment center is a good choice for a few reasons.
     Getting the alcoholic away from their normal environment, one not filled with constant distractions and alcohol temptation, helps because it gives them a clear start. Being around others who are going through or have recently gone through something similar to your experiences can be extremely helpful and the safety net it provides is fully supportive. In some cases, alcohol withdrawal can be difficult, so it is important to find the right alcohol treatment center that provides medically managed and non-medical detoxification.
     Pat Moore Treatment Center’s alcohol detox and alcohol treatment center programs are licensed and certified by The State of California. They provide individual homes on a co-ed campus and offer gender specific treatment. We believe that no two alcoholics are alike so no two treatment programs should be adhere to – this is not a one size fits all alcohol treatment center.
     Recovery, or at the least the road to recovery is exactly like climbing a mountain. It’s done one step at a time, one day at a time. It’s hard work, but the pay-off is rewarding and life changing.