Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs

Empowering Alcohol addiction recovery journeys with a focus on accessibility and inclusiveness


Annual Alcohol-Related Deaths in the US

Every year, over 95,000 individuals in the United States lose their lives due to alcohol-related causes, making it the third-leading preventable cause of death in the country.

14.5 Million

Americans Diagnosed with AUD


Approximately 14.5 million Americans aged 12 and older are diagnosed with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD), highlighting the critical need for accessible and effective treatment options


Third-Leading Preventable Cause of Death

Alcohol misuse is one of the leading risk factors for premature mortality and disability in the United States, underscoring the importance of comprehensive treatment programs.

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Top alcohol rehab in Los Angeles

Inpatient alcohol detox & addiction treatment at luxurious rehab in Los Angeles, California

Specialized Alcohol Detox

Our highly skilled clinical team provides a secure, medically-supervised environment for alcohol detoxification at our serene facility. We utilize a combination of proven treatments and supportive therapies to mitigate withdrawal symptoms and lay the groundwork for a successful journey to recovery.

Peer-Guided Recovery

At Integrity, we understand the journey to recovery because we’ve been there. Our programs are led by individuals who have successfully overcome addiction, offering empathy, personal insights, and real success stories to guide you through your recovery.

Relapse Prevention

We dedicate ourselves to providing continuous support and resources to aid in maintaining sobriety and averting relapse. From therapy sessions to alumni gatherings, our unwavering commitment to your recovery endures.

Individual Treatment Plans

From alcohol detoxification to therapy, our holistic approach guarantees the most efficient road to recovery. Our seasoned professionals will collaborate with you to craft a bespoke treatment plan targeting your physical, emotional, and psychological well-being.

Safe, Healing Environment​

Our facilities are designed to be a haven, where comfort and care take precedence. With cozy private suites and round-the-clock medical supervision, we ensure a secure and nurturing environment for the entirety of your recovery journey.

Understanding Alcohol Dependency

The Ubiquity of Alcohol

Alcohol stands as the most readily available drug across the globe, sold in nearly every marketplace, tolerated by a vast majority of societies, and present in innumerable homes. Its omnipresence makes it uniquely challenging to confront and overcome dependency. 


At Integrity Recovery Center, we recognize that the societal acceptance and widespread availability of alcohol can significantly complicate an individual’s recovery process. Our comprehensive approach not only addresses the physical cravings but also tackles the environmental and social factors contributing to alcohol dependency. We’re here to support you through every step, providing the tools and understanding necessary to reclaim your life from alcohol’s pervasive grasp.

Physical Dependence

Alcohol dependency is characterized by a strong physical craving for alcohol that can lead to withdrawal symptoms when consumption is reduced or stopped. This dependence on alcohol can cause serious health issues, such as liver damage, heart disease, and neurological problems.

Alcohol and Mental Health

Many individuals struggling with alcoholism also face mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, or trauma. These co-occurring disorders can exacerbate addiction and require specialized treatment to address both conditions.

Emotional Triggers

Alcohol use can often be triggered by underlying emotional issues, such as stress, low self-esteem, or past traumas. Our programs help individuals identify and address these triggers, providing alternative coping mechanisms to reduce the risk of relapse.

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Spotting the Signs of Alcohol Abuse: What to Look Out For

It’s clear that only a healthcare professional can officially diagnose alcohol use disorder, but did you know there are tell-tale signs that might indicate someone’s struggling with alcohol? The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) highlights binge drinking and excessive alcohol consumption as major red flags. Frequently indulging in these habits can significantly increase the risk of serious consequences, including developing an Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). Keep an eye out for these behaviors—they could be a cry for help.

The visible indications of alcohol intoxication can greatly differ based on the person’s blood alcohol level and their tolerance level. These signs range from decreased coordination to more serious life-threatening symptoms such as suppressed breathing, slowed heart rate and reduced body temperature.

Frequent intoxication, even if it doesn’t confirm the existence of an alcohol problem, could be a red flag for alcohol abuse or addiction.

Alcohol abuse negatively affects the brain and nearly every body organ. It hinders the brain’s normal functioning, which can impact bodily movements and functions. Consistent heavy drinking can lead to conditions like an inflamed stomach lining, characterized by indigestion, nausea, and bloating.

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Alcohol Abuse Symptoms: What You Need to Know

Long-term alcohol use could result in physical dependency, where the person’s brain and body have adjusted to the presence of alcohol and rely on it to function. Abrupt cessation or significant reduction of alcohol consumption often triggers withdrawal symptoms. Anxiety, agitation, vomiting, insomnia, nightmares, tremors, hallucinations, and seizures are possible withdrawal signs to watch out for. It’s worth pointing out that dependence does not necessarily mean an AUD is present, although it can increase chances of developing one.


Among many physical indications and symptoms of possible alcohol abuse are:

  • Difficulty walking steadily
  • Quick, involuntary eye movements
  • Decreased focus or memory retention
  • Experiences of memory loss
  • Poor coordination
  • Increased sweating
  • Elevated heart rate
  • Chronic diarrhea
  • Abdominal bloating
  • Impotence
  • Muddled speech
  • Feelings of nausea
  • Episodes of vomiting
  • Yellowing of the skin (jaundice)
  • Excessive sleepiness
  • Severe unconsciousness or coma

Behavioral Indications and Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol can alter brain functioning, which can subsequently affect one’s feelings and actions. This could strain relationships and disrupt personal, work, and home life activities. Alcohol abuse behavioral symptoms include:

  • Compromised decision-making
  • Inappropriate sexual behavior
  • Increased aggressiveness
  • Volatile mood changes
  • Depression symptoms
  • Elevated anxiety levels
  • Challenges with social engagement
  • Difficulties in driving or operating machinery safely
  • Suicidal behavior
  • Neglect of personal hygiene
  • Frequent falls and accidents

Immediate behavioral consequences differ based on alcohol consumption levels, while other detrimental effects may occur gradually due to prolonged alcohol use.

Specialized alcohol addiction treatment

At Integrity Recovery Center, your path to recovery is supported by expertly tailored care. We offer a range of treatment options to suit your specific needs:

Detox is the vital first step in recovery, aiming to eliminate all alcohol from your body safely. Attempting detox alone can be dangerous due to severe withdrawal symptoms like tremors and delirium tremens (DTs). Our medical detox provides a secure environment for managing these symptoms under professional supervision.

Intensive Outpatient Alcohol Treatment

Intensive Outpatient Alcohol Treatment program balances recovery with daily responsibilities, incorporating medical detox, medication-assisted treatment for withdrawal symptoms, and comprehensive therapy to ensure a supportive recovery process.

Partial Hospitalization Alcohol Treatment

Ideal for those requiring structured support without full-time residential care, our partial hospitalization program involves several hours of treatment daily at our facility. It includes behavioral therapies and dual-diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders.

Behavioral Therapies and Beyond

Behavioral therapies are central to our approach, aimed at modifying drinking behaviors and enhancing skills to manage stress and triggers. Medication-assisted treatment is also available to help reduce cravings and stabilize brain chemistry, supporting full engagement in recovery.

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