Drug and street term: Sauce
To better inform everyone, we had a round table discussion with teens from Inspirations for Youth and Families about drug and street terms everyone may want to know. The definition below is based on collective information gathered from teens within our rehab and online research.
Sauce (n.) – an intoxicating substance, usually hard liquor.
Inspirations Alcohol Abuse Treatment
Teen alcohol abuse is usually seen as a minor issue when it is more of a serious problem. Teen alcohol abuse just like any other form of addiction and teens should seek treatment immediately. Especially, with substances like alcohol that tend to form a gateway to other more lethal substances.
Inspirations diagnoses, treats, and works to fix the root of your teenager’s drinking problem. Additionally, during their stay at Inspirations teens will attend co-ed or gender-based treatment programs and therapy sessions. Our therapy sessions include family therapy, music therapy, art therapy, psychotherapy, recreational therapy, and trauma therapy.
Teens also work through six different levels of alcohol treatment, with each level offering more privileges than the last. Similarly, we help teens to reach the goal of becoming sober and we will equip your child with the skills to stay healthy. We are confident that our alcohol addiction treatment program will be a step in the right direction for your family.
Learn more terms from our Drug and Street Term glossary.