Alcohol-Detecting Bracelet

Get Help Now for Rehab Admissions

Can you imagine an alcohol-detecting bracelet that measures blood alcohol 24 hours a day, seven days a week? Well it is here, and as effective as ever. This new device is called SCRAM. That stands for Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor. More and more law enforcement agencies are grabbing hold of these high-tech devices, aimed at managing people's drinking habits and limit their potential abusive behavior. It monitors a person's blood alcohol level every hour to determine whether or not they are under the influence at a particular time.

It is known to some law enforcement agencies as "offender or patient bracelet"that's examines them closely and accurately, by measuring the molecules of ethanol that come from the ankle. The science behind has already been verified, where 5 percent of everything we drink is said to come out of our body. Also, to make sure the device isn't tampered or sabotaged, then the device will know that as well and send a message to its handler. It is important to know who really needs addiction treatment, and who needs to be taught a valuable lesson about lessening their drinking habits and putting away alcohol for good.

It is known to some law enforcement agencies as "offender or patient bracelet"that's examines them closely and accurately, by measuring the molecules of ethanol that come from the ankle. The science behind has already been verified, where 5 percent of everything we drink is said to come out of our body. Also, to make sure the device isn't tampered or sabotaged, then the device will know that as well and send a message to its handler. It is important to know who really needs addiction treatment, and who needs to be taught a valuable lesson about lessening their drinking habits and putting away alcohol for good.

Everyday drunk drivers and other binge drinkers get into trouble; domestic violence, accidents, odd behaviors, suicide, and illnesses are only some of the results of drinking alcohol, especially at an excessive level. So as of now, 200 agencies in over 20 states are using these devices to find out who needs real help. And these things have been tested over and over to avoid loopholes, due to the fact that people find it hard to believe that a machine could actually identify if someone is drinking or not.

The law states that anyone who is involved in public intoxication, domestic violence, or drunk driving, should be punished and checked for any possible addiction problems. Afterall, the solution is to solve the problem of addiction, and not make it worse.

It is hoped that the SCRAM will detect those who cannot put alcohol down. And perhaps, avoid putting them into prison instead of finding help for them. These days, the use of addiction treatment programs, detox, counseling, and group therapy are doing a much better job at handling addicts. Prison and jail on the other hand is just a place where addicts get worse; alcoholics need to heal, not be punished. Ankle Bracelets may be the next big thing to help determine who needs help, and who needs to be incarcerated.

For more information on our addiction treatment programs and therapeutic approaches, call toll free at: 800-960-5041. Florida Center for Recovery offers residential drug and alcohol rehab treatment through 12-Step and Non 12-Step Programs.

Gold Seal of Approval

View Florida Center for Recovery Photos

Our Facility Is Accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations



Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Florida

Beat Addiction

Many of our patients fly in for treatment. Our "fly-in patient" protocol, ensures complete care and a comfortable, pleasant experience. RECOVERY. IT'S WORTH FIGHTING FOR..

Addiction Treatment Center in Florida

Get Help Now!

CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION
Chat with someone now about your currrent situation or e-mail us to receive more information or request a call back at your convenience.