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Relapse Prevention Program | Outpatient Drug Rehab | Outpatient Rehab

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Fostering Resilience Through Relapse Prevention

We understand how important sobriety and clean time is to a person in recovery. The individual is making progress each day to rebuild their life, alcohol and drug free. However, life can present challenges when we least expect them.

Sometimes, an individual may feel overwhelmed by all that life presents them now that their life has been restored. The last thing a person in recovery wants to do is pick up a drink or a drug to alleviate the stressful feelings that they encounter as they learn to live life on life’s terms.

Continuing care is crucial to the addiction recovery process, especially in early recovery. Our relapse prevention program teaches patients how to deal with everyday life issues that have the potential to become triggers for a relapse. Learning healthy coping skills and emotional healing are at the heart of ongoing progress in addiction recovery.

To find out more about our relapse prevention program, call our admissions counselors today. In addition, you can contact us by chat and we are available 24 hours a day to answer your questions.

Call us today at (844) 211-7944

About Our Relapse Prevention Program

Fostering Reslience Relapse PreventionRelapse prevention is an essential component in drug and alcohol addiction treatment. One of the first steps in relapse prevention is to address any underlying issues that a patient may have including trauma, depression, anxiety, and anger. These underlying issues may have contributed to the patient using in the past and if they are not dealt with in recovery, it can result in a relapse.

Managing Your Relapse Triggers

At The Treatment Center Outpatient Services, our staff understands the challenges that patients face while trying to maintain sobriety. One of the challenges that our patients face is living in a clean and sober environment. For those patients who don’t have a safe place to live, our case managers and continuing care department can help them find a recovery residence. 

Job Assistance

Employment is another common challenge for patients in our intensive outpatient program. Our case managers help patients write their resumes and conduct a job search. In addition, our staff can help patients find a sponsor.

Active Recovery and Maintenance

During relapse prevention counseling, patients also learn coping skills that will help them deal with the difficulties that they may encounter in life. With the assistance of our addiction counselors, patients will identify their triggers.

Listed below are some common relapse triggers:

  • Frequenting bars and clubs
  • Not attending counseling sessions
  • Stopping medication against a doctor’s advice
  • Hanging out with friends that are using
  • Keeping alcohol, drugs or paraphernalia around your home

Through counseling and attending specialized groups, patients will learn how to manage their triggers and effectively cope with life’s stressors.

Staying Proactive in Recovery

Recovery support is crucial when you are trying to rebuild your life. With compassionate care from therapists, active alumni, and staff support, we aim to help you stay proactive in your sobriety, avoiding any potential threats to the progress you have made thus far. 

Let us accelerate your recovery progress with relapse prevention counseling. For additional information, please don’t hesitate to chat with one of our admissions counselors today. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call us today at (844) 211-7944

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