If you need help quitting drinking then you might want to go to an alcohol rehab hospital. There are many alcohol rehabs that have been put in hospitals over the years, simply because they evolved that way out of a need to treat alcoholics. If you go to an alcohol treatment of this type then you can expect to be detoxed from the alcohol under medical care and then probably attend some form of residential treatment.
Most alcohol rehab is based on the 12 step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. This is not necessarily a good thing or a bad thing, that’s just how it is. The program is widespread and offers a ton of free support through the meetings. Chances are good that if you go to a hospital for alcohol rehab then you will be exposed to AA meetings while you are there. The success rate with AA is not so great really, but this is going to be true of every rehab program that you care to investigate. There are not magic bullets in the rehab industry and for the most part AA and other programs similar to it are all we have got.
Medical science has yet to solve the problem of alcoholism and it probably never will. There is an old joke that says if they invented a pill to cure alcoholism then they would have to start a new program to get you off the pill. That is just the nature of the beast and it points to a core truth about alcohol addiction: the problem is not really the alcohol. The problem was never just the alcohol. The problem is deeper than that and has to do with the addict themselves. Alcohol abuse was just one way that the problem presented itself. Addiction can manifest in many forms.
If you want to change your life and quit drinking then you should jump at the chance to go to an alcohol rehab. For the most part, rehab is the break that you need in order to get started on a new way of life in recovery. Your success is not guaranteed but getting sobered up and dried out is a necessary step in starting on a new way of life. What is really important is what happens after you leave the rehab hospital. What is your plan for recovery and how are you going to implement? Do you have a plan to take serious action each and every day? If so then you have the means to stay clean and sober. If you are not planning on taking huge action after treatment then you are probably not quite ready to change your life.
If you happen to have Medicare then it is very likely that you will have to attend a hospital based rehab facility. This is because there are special requirements for people who are funded with Medicare, as opposed to other forms of funding. Also keep in mind that Medicare is almost always the primary insurance, so even if you have another way to pay for treatment, you will probably still have to go to a hospital based treatment center.