Chances are if you are reading this, you or your loved one have no strength to struggle against the addiction. You have tried to fight it alone or with some help. You have tried... Now you are a prisoner of your addiction. And let’s face it, your home environment (friends, work, stress, family, etc.) was part of your road to addiction in a first place. Those are your common triggers, which brought you on the road of addiction or back to the relapse again. In so many cases, all these familiar people, places, and things have undermined your best efforts to stay clean and to maintain healthy life’s solutions. Away from it all, we will help you to develop skills and strength to handle them. When you will have to return home and to confront those challenges again, we want you to be prepared to face that toxic environment; we want you to know how to manage those people, places and things that triggered you before and how to stay CLEAN.
Another important point is, that there are few critical days in a beginning of your recovery process (7th, 11th and 21st) and those days are very crucial for your recovery and rehabilitation and we strongly recommend that you be far far away from your common relapse triggers especially during those days.
If you or a loved one are facing an addiction crisis and need to speak to a member of our team please click below to call. Our clinical support staff is here to assist you 7 days a week.