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Inpatient Detox gets you started on your treatment journey. A licensed residential alcohol detox center can alleviate withdrawal symptoms from alcohol and treat potentially deadly complications like delirium tremens. Removing toxic drugs and alcohol from the body within a controlled medical environment is key to a safe and successful detox. Trying to detox at home without 24-hour medical supervision could lead to dangerous medical complications. How do you know when drinking or drugs have gotten out of hand? The answer varies, but generally, if the usage of alcohol or drugs interferes with family and social life, work, health, emotional stability and/or spiritual life—chemical dependency is a problem. Chemical dependency affects individuals from all walks of life. And tragically, it impacts the family, friends and co-workers of each dependent person.

An Inpatient detox center also helps you avoid serious health risks that stem from problem drinking. The CDC says that over time, drinking too much can make you more likely to get:

  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Some types of cancer
  • Memory problems, including dementia
  • Depression or other mental health issues

Alcoholism can also lead to social problems, such as domestic violence, being let go from your job, lost productivity, and isolation.

Again, detox is just the first phase of treatment. Once you’re done detoxing, you have many options for rehab. You can join group therapy or a support group, and find an individual therapist if you don’t already have one.

People with severe drinking problems are able to maintain sobriety longer when they are in recovery in a monitored environment away from alcohol, Pace says. A person battling alcohol addiction can live at a residential treatment center and work with a program typically for 1 to 3 months.

Online advisors are standing by at many rehab centers to help answer any questions you have about alcoholism treatment.

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Community conversations require the participation and input from government, religious, political, business, educational and other community leaders to help reduce the shame associated with this mental health issue.

West Palm Beach Mental Health Coalition held its first meeting in February 2016 at the City of West Palm Beach in Mayor office. Over the past three years we have attracted various community and health organizations, churches and for-profit businesses to join our coalition and help raise funds and awareness.

As a part of Resolution No. 393-19, the City of west palm beach awarded $215,000  to the Lord’s Place, a addiction counseling facility to conduct homeless engagement services. These services include four full-time Outreach Peer Specialists available a minimum of 50 hours per week (Monday – Saturday) who are currently locating, identifying and building relationships with unsheltered homeless who need therapy and counseling

With the west palm beach Housing and Community Development (HCD) department leading the “street team” efforts of Mental Health America and Lord’s Place, the team will offer their services the moment they encounter a client in the community. They will also provide services at the Mental Health America of Palm Beach County office at 909 Fern Street.

In December, the City hired a full-time Homeless Services Coordinator, who is tasked with coordinating the delivery of homeless services amongst City departments, non-profits, and other service providers. The Homeless Services Coordinator will also oversee the on-street engagement efforts

“Mental illness and homelessness are challenges faced by every American city,” said West Palm Beach Mayor Keith A. James. “I want West Palm Beach to be known as a city where these challenges are being addressed. We appreciate our community partners working with us to address these tough issues and to helping us make a difference for all residents.”

In addition, Hope Builders Therapy and Counseling is donating free services to west palm beach  Community Services/Vickers House Division provides funding and direct services and programs for the homeless including permanent housing, supportive housing, rapid rehousing, food assistance, relocation assistance, and assessment and referral services that include job training and employment programs, health coverage, substance abuse treatment, mental health services, and other referrals.

The City of West Palm Beach is also working to create more workforce housing in the City. In the last five years, more than 550 new units of affordable rental housing serving the elderly, homeless and families have either been developed or are under development in West Palm Beach. In addition, at least another 51 new homes have been constructed or are under construction; the new homes provide affordable home ownership opportunities to families and greater stability to neighborhoods

Evolutions Media Digital Marketing has donated free services to promote the West Palm Beach  mental health alliance

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