Addiction Recovery Managed with Relapse Prevention
Drug addiction and alcoholism are recurring diseases that can be effectively managed through an integrated treatment approach that includes having an Addiction Case Manager on your side.
With addiction recovery being a fluid and ongoing life circumstance, relapse prevention can be the answer for people who need:
- a refresher after being sober for years
- extra support and guidance just after completing a rehabilitation program
- added reinforcements against the triggers that can lead to relapse of use
At Bright Future Recovery, relapse prevention isn’t an afterthought—it’s a way of life. From detox to sober living, we help clients understand the importance of self-awareness and making the right decisions that support their recovery, not impede it. By practicing any of the holistic therapy options we offer, clients can apply those teachings wherever recovery takes them. In addition, we advise families on how to integrate relapse prevention in their own lives, so that they too can make the necessary changes in their home and social situations to help their loved one avoid the triggers for drug or alcohol use.
Holistic Relapse Prevention Eases the Journey
A large part of the recovery process is in understanding the importance of discovering new, healthy habits to replace those that didn’t serve your well-being. More than from an intellectual level, doing what you can to remove potential thought, familiar feelings, and an emotional need to use again is essential to staying sober.
But short of completely removing the past, how do you erase time? With holistic relapse prevention, you don’t have to. Instead, you learn to get comfortable in your own skin and make better use of every moment, through:
- Ongoing support with individual and group therapies
- 12-step and other non-denominational programs and education
- Physical exercise and acquiring mindfulness
- Experience in meal prep and nutrition practices
When life throws you lemons, our relapse prevention helps you turn it into lemonade.
For those instances that may seem too difficult to overcome, know that relapse triggers show up for everyone. When they do, we can help. Relapse is often part of the recovery process. Much like learning how to ride a bicycle, falling down isn’t the end but an opportunity to get back up and ride, stronger.
No matter where you are in your recovery, we want you to focus on healing. Period. Our Case Management program ensures that by adding a tactical approach to relapse prevention.