The length of alcohol rehabilitation can vary depending on several factors, including the severity of the addiction, the individual’s overall health, and the type of treatment program they enter. In general, the duration of alcohol rehabilitation programs can range from 30 days to a year or more. Short-term programs typically last between 30 and 90 days and are designed to provide intensive treatment and support to help individuals achieve sobriety. Long-term programs may last for six months or longer and provide more comprehensive treatment, including aftercare planning and ongoing support to help individuals maintain sobriety over the long term. It’s important to note that addiction recovery is a lifelong process, and ongoing support and care are often necessary to achieve lasting success.