Research shows that continued care is a critical factor to successful long-term recovery. At Circle of Hope, our commitment to providing a full continuum of care is essential to the success of each client’s addiction treatment.
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Our residential treatment program is designed to help individuals address the issues underlying their addiction to help them heal completely and avoid relapse. During residential drug treatment, clients will learn how to manage stress and develop new coping skills that allow them to live without their substances. This ensures that when they are ready to transition back to their regular life, they are prepared to maintain their sobriety.
To begin the recovery process, the first step is to detox from the alcohol and drugs upon which an individual is dependent. This process is when the body is purged of substances while simultaneously experiencing – and dealing with – withdrawal symptoms.
Those who have had a short history of addiction, are at low risk for relapse, and can be counted on to attend therapy sessions faithfully may be candidates for outpatient treatment. These individuals still need professional help, and will benefit significantly from therapy sessions, but can incorporate our outpatient drug rehab into the rest of their life and schedule. Outpatient therapy provides more freedom than inpatient treatment but takes individuals through a rigorous program that teaches them how to live a sober life and avoid relapse.
Clients of our transitional living homes have the freedom of independent living with the support of a well-structured household environment. They are genuinely committed to their sobriety and are just as committed to helping others maintain their sobriety. Each client continues to develop new coping skills and find substance-free solutions to their stressors that at one time seemed impossible to manage.