Support Systems Homes focuses on helping their clients achieve and maintain abstinence from mind-altering substances, learn new methods to cope with life issues, and reintegrate into society as stable, productive people. Every patient is treated with dignity and respect in the recovery process as the transformation from despair, hopelessness, and fear of a renewed vision of life unfolds.
No matter the level of care, They provide supportive, drug-free environments with the team on hand. Patients can make use of job preparation assistance, training in life skills improvement, lifetime aftercare, and peer support so crucially to achieving and sustaining long-term sobriety. Their team and policies emphasize integrity, personal accountability, and most importantly, hope for those suffering from the diseases of alcoholism and addiction. They run an ongoing quality development process, too. So if you have a problem or want to suggest something, a Support Systems Homes staff member will be happy to listen!
This place changed my life, simple as that.Maria
To give Support Systems Homes five stars would be an understatement as I owe the... Read MoreSteve
The tools I learned and the support group I have is all thanks to the team at Su... Read MoreJanna
Overall great experience, the counselors really helped me find the root cause of... Read MoreMason
I highly recommend Casa Recovery. The counseling and therapy was excellent as we... Read MoreGigi Goodrich
Many people are surprised to learn what counts as a drink. The amount of liquid in your glass, can, or bottle does not necessarily match up to how much alcohol is actually in your drink. Different types of beer, wine, or malt liquor can have very different amounts of alcohol content. For example, many light beers have almost as much alcohol as regular beer – about 85% as much. Here’s another way to put it:
That’s why it’s important to know how much alcohol your drink contains. In the United States, one “standard” drink contains roughly 14 grams of pure alcohol, which is found in: 12 ounces of regular beer, which is usually about 5% alcohol
5 ounces of wine, which is typically about 12% alcohol
If drinking is causing you problems with your health, relationships, job, finances, the law and/or in other areas of your life, it’s important to seek help. The effects of alcohol abuse are serious—even fatal.