If you or one of your loved ones have been charged with a DWI or DUI, enrolling in an alcohol treatment center can help your case. This is a way of showing that you are committed to recovery from the problem you have accepted. Most DUI convictions will come with sentencing that require you to get some form of treatment, whether this includes rehab, counseling sessions, or completion of a treatment program. Being proactive about your treatment can help you to avoid further charges and stricter sentencing.
Enrolling in a treatment center has been shown to dramatically reduce the chances that you will spend time in jail or prison, beyond whatever you experienced during the night you were arrested. If there have been multiple charges leveled against you, treatment is a good way to reduce the potential sentencing. Sometimes enrolling in treatment can result in certain charges being reduced or even dropped, depending on where you live, what the circumstances of your arrest were, and the opinion of the judge presiding.
Even without considering the legal repercussions, a DUI is a serious charge and a sure sign that an individual has problems with alcohol or drug abuse. An alcohol treatment center is there to help you get control of your life.
What to Expect From a Treatment Center
When you enroll in a treatment program, that is your way of showing that you understand you have a problem and are committed to your recovery. The length of your treatment program will vary depending on the facility that you use. Usually, the treatment center will give you a specific list of items to pack, along with lists of prohibited items.
You’ll be in a safe and stable environment, removed from the stress of potential relapse triggers, where you can work on your recovery. This usually involves a team of physical and mental health professionals helping to guide you through the recovery process. Alcohol abuse is often a form of self-medication for mental health issues; you may receive a mental health diagnosis and treatment while at the center.
Enrolling in a treatment center is a good step not only for the reduction of your DUI charge, but for you to take charge of your life again. If you are ready to seek help, our counselors are available at all times of the day. Call 833-610-1174 to find out how to get started.