Excessive alcohol use is defined as drinking alcohol in amounts or with a frequency that causes harm to their health, relationships, or ability to function.
Binge drinking, which involves consuming large amounts of alcohol in a short period, and heavy alcohol use, defined as consuming more than 14 drinks per week for men and more than seven drinks per week for women, are generally considered to be indicators of dangerous alcohol use.
How We Treat Alcohol Use Disorder
We work with each patient to develop an individualized treatment plan that is proven to reduce cravings, minimize withdrawal symptoms, and help prevent relapse and overdose.
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MATClinics currently accepts all Maryland Medicaid programs as well as Medicare Part B and all CareFirst (or BlueCross Blue Shield) plans. Learn more about what to expect and a list of the insurance programs accepted.