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Building a Foundation in Recovery: April is Alcohol Awareness Month


April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about the dangers of excessive drinking and the importance of supporting individuals struggling with alcohol use. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), alcohol abuse and addiction affect millions of individuals and families in the United States. This month, we want to shed light on the issue and highlight how Foundations Group Recovery Centers' Day Treatment Program is equipped to help individuals build a solid foundation in recovery from alcohol use.

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The Impact of Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol misuse has far-reaching consequences on both physical and mental health. Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to liver disease, cardiovascular problems, neurological disorders, and an increased risk of accidents and injuries. Moreover, alcohol misuse often co-occurs with mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders.

Statistics from the NIAAA reveal the scale of the problem:

Approximately 25% of adults report binge drinking or heavy alcohol use in the past month.

Alcohol-related liver disease is the cause of over 22,000 deaths each year.

Alcohol plays a significant role in almost 50% of deaths from motor vehicle accidents.

Empowering Recovery with Foundations Group Recovery Centers

Foundations Group Recovery Centers understands the unique challenges faced by individuals struggling with alcohol use. Our Day Treatment Program is designed to provide comprehensive and personalized care, offering a supportive environment for individuals to build a foundation in recovery.

Evidence-based Treatment Approaches: Our program utilizes evidence-based therapeutic modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and trauma-informed care. These approaches help individuals address the underlying causes of their alcohol use and develop healthier coping mechanisms.

Individualized Care Plans: At Foundations Group Recovery Centers, we recognize that each person's journey towards recovery is unique. Our experienced treatment team creates individualized care plans tailored to address the specific needs and goals of each client. This personalized approach ensures comprehensive and effective treatment.

Comprehensive Services: Our Day Treatment Program offers a range of therapeutic services to support individuals in their recovery. These services may include individual counseling, group therapy, family therapy, medication-assisted treatment, relapse prevention planning, and holistic therapies such as mindfulness and yoga. By offering a multifaceted approach, we provide clients with the tools necessary for long-term success in recovery.

Community Support: Foundations Group Recovery Centers fosters a strong sense of community among clients, emphasizing the power of support and connection. Through group therapy sessions and peer support networks, individuals can share their experiences, learn from one another, and build lasting relationships with people who understand their struggles.


Alcohol Awareness Month is a reminder of the need for compassion, support, and resources to help individuals struggling with alcohol use. The Day Treatment Program at Foundations Group Recovery Centers is dedicated to providing the necessary tools and care for individuals to build a solid foundation in recovery. Our evidence-based approaches, individualized care plans, comprehensive services, and nurturing community support contribute to long-term success in overcoming alcohol use.

If you or someone you know is battling alcohol misuse, reach out to Foundations Group Recovery Centers. Together, we can empower individuals to reclaim their lives and build a foundation of hope, healing, and lasting recovery.

Remember, recovery is possible, and you don't have to face it alone.


National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). (n.d.). Alcohol facts and statistics. Retrieved from

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