Mentoring and “Sponsors Who Care”
For the best chance at long-term success, alcoholics and addicts in recovery must embrace the support network available in the aftercare program. Without an accountability partner and confidant, many addicts who are newly clean and sober will succumb to the relapse tendency.
After completing a drug and alcohol rehab program, the thought of re-entering the real world can be a daunting task. You need the support and guidance of other individuals who have shared a similar experience. Many recovering addicts are motivated to help other individuals by demonstrating how to live a satisfying life with sobriety after a residential treatment program.
These meetings provide support and fellowship, and help to facilitate recovery. These 12-step meetings also allow addicts to recognize and own the destructive behavior in their past, prepare to make amends with friends and family members who they have wronged, and establish a lifelong relationship with God.
Chemical dependency is a major health and social problem in our country, but it is very treatable. Two things are required — embracing ‘real life’ recovery and establishing a spiritual way of living. The most effective long-term treatment programs for addiction are those based on a spiritually-centered 12-step recovery program.
Among members of the younger population seeking addiction treatment, poor eating habits and malnutrition are too common. Dietary improvement and education can improve the success rate in recovery. Better quality food allows the body access to clean physical and mental energy, as well as improving the strength of the immune system.
Housing and Assistance
Having safe and comfortable housing accommodations during treatment is a vital part of the recovery process. We offer different housing options depending on the treatment plan and needs of the patient. Whether you need inpatient, partial hospitalization, or intensive outpatient treatment — we have the perfect place for you to stay and feel right at home.
Maintaining long-term sobriety in recovery requires patients to develop hobbies and activities that they can enjoy without being under the influence. Boredom is one of the most commonly reported triggers for relapse. Whether the activities are physical or mental, it is crucial for patients to feel engaged in something that interests and challenges them.
The Family Program
Addiction affects everyone who plays a role in the life of someone who is struggling with the disease. Our Family Program addresses the needs of parents, partners, and family members who have been affected in these situations. The program aids them in setting boundaries to facilitate their own healing, and empowers them to support the recovery process and overcome tendencies which may enable destructive behaviors and co-dependent tendencies.