Aftercare for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

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Your substance abuse treatment doesn’t end once you’ve completed your detox or rehab program. Ongoing aftercare is a keystone of successful long term recovery. The aftercare stage is long-term and focuses on developing the skills and strategies needed to re-enter normal life with minimal assistance while abstaining from alcohol and drugs. There is no defined timeline for aftercare; it may last months or even years depending on your individual needs.

At Beachway Therapy Center, we offer two stages of comprehensive and customized addiction aftercare support once your initial inpatient program is successfully completed.

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Aftercare Phase 1: Intensive Outpatient

Following the completion of your initial detox or partial hospitalization program (PHP), your therapist will help you decide whether you should return home, or attend Outpatient at Beachway for a period of time. Together with you, your therapist will design a customized plan to ensure you are taking the necessary steps toward lasting recovery.

Phase 1 – Intensive IOP – Structure and Goals

The primary goals of Phase 1 outpatient include:

  • Begin to live independently while maintaining a focus on recovery
  • Life Skills education
  • Receive assistance with ongoing education.
  • Develop a structured schedule to obtain employment.

Structure:

  • One individual therapy session per week
  • Three per week group therapy sessions
  • Family counseling

Aftercare Phase 2: Outpatient

By this point, you’ve overcome many obstacles and have successfully abstained from drugs and alcohol for a period of time, developed healthy living habits and worked on re-entry to the workforce, or continuing education. We also offer an addiction alumni program to help you during aftercare.

The main goals of Phase 2 outpatient include:

  • Develop and strengthen personal strategies to avoid relapse.
  • Develop a personalized plan on how you’ll navigate your life at home with friends and family.

Structure:

  • One group therapy session per week
  • One individual session per week
  • Family counseling

What You’ll Learn in Outpatient

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The main purpose of outpatient is to prevent a relapse. During the aftercare stage, you’ll learn about addressing any related mental health issues and develop healthy coping mechanisms to manage stress without turning to drugs or alcohol.

  • Identify personal triggers that may lead to substance abuse. These triggers may be environmental, psychological or social.
  • Learn and develop healthy ways to cope with daily stress.
  • Develop resilience. One minor slip doesn’t have to turn into a major relapse. Fostering the skills to pick yourself up and keep going when minor slips occur is vital to long-term success.

To learn more about our addiction rehabilitation aftercare program or family therapy, call Beachway Therapy Center today at 877-284-0353 or click here. You can also visit the Sober Homes Task Force website for more information and see the latest meeting schedule.

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Our expert team of therapists, counselors, and administrators are standing by, ready for your call. If you or a loved one need aftercare for drug and alcohol rehab call us at 877-284-0353 today.

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Take Step #1 – Begin Your Recovery

Call 877-284-0353 or complete the form below

Take Step #1 – Begin Your Recovery

Call 877-284-0353 or complete the form below

Call 877-284-0353 or complete the form below

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