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LIFE CAN BE BETTER

Don't waste your life by thinking you cannot escape
the torture of drug or alcohol addiction.

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SOBRIETY IS AWESOME

There is nothing better than a life of sobriety and being able
to enjoy friends and family on a beautiful day after recovering
from alcohol or drug addiction.

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YOUR ROAD TO RECOVERY STARTS HERE!

The dream of a sober way of living can seem impossible if you are in the depths of addiction and despair. It doesn't have to be this way. Let us help you start your road to recovery. Contact us to learn more about our many treatment programs to help you regain your life.

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HOW TO STAY SOBER

REMOVE ALL TEMPTATIONS FROM YOUR LIFE

After you have graduated from your addiction treatment program, you will not be able to go back to “everything as usual” back at home. You can no longer frequent bars, nightclubs, or other places where you used drugs or alcohol before. No matter how strong you may be, you do not need to put yourself in situations where you will be constantly tested. You will have to stop associating with people who still drink alcohol or use drugs. This is the only way you can continue your sobriety. You will need to find new hobbies and activities with new friends who do not engage in drug or alcohol use. If your home life consists of family members who use alcohol or drugs, you will need to make arrangements for somewhere else to live. You cannot expect yourself to be put through this temptation daily. You will have to work hard enough to remain sober without all of these temptations in your daily life.

LEAN ON YOUR SUPPORT SYSTEM

Everyone who has gone through drug or alcohol rehabilitation needs to have a good support system when leaving the facility. Don’t fool yourself into thinking that you are “cured” or that you can do it alone. Your work is not over just because you have finished your treatment program. You are not the same person who entered rehab, but you do not need to falsely think that the cravings will be gone. There will be times when you fall into a slump and want to use again. These are the times when you don’t need to struggle alone. Have a support system that you can lean on, whether it be family, friends, or maybe a relationship which started while you were in rehab. Many lifelong friends are made by going through therapy and treatment together while in a rehab facility. You and your friend can be a support system for each other.  When one has a weak moment and is having cravings, the other can empathize and help them through this tough time. No one will understand what you are going through more and be more caring than another recovering addict.

STAY COMMITTED

Don’t graduate from your treatment program and think you have the world in your hands. Don’t become too overly confident in your ability to remain sober. No matter how strong you are, you have to continue to use the tools and skills that you learned while spending time in the drug addiction treatment facility. You have been taught skills that can help you handle disappointments and stresses without turning to alcohol or drugs. Use them!! You cannot let your guard down for one moment.  Do not have a weak moment and think that you can drink or use drugs for maybe one day and be OK. It doesn’t work that way. You still have to work every single day to remain sober and free of substances of abuse.

This is not something that you do for a month or so and you are done. You must stay committed to remaining sober for the rest of your life. It is not always easy, but this is the only way you can succeed.

REMEMBER THAT YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO "JUST HAVE A FEW BEERS"

Don’t return home and pretend to yourself that you will be OK to go to a party and have just a few beers. It does not work this way.  You will have to completely abstain from any alcohol or drugs. Some individuals foolishly tell themselves that they can handle it now and since they are in recovery, they can have just a couple of drinks or a few beers and then leave it alone again.  This is not the way for alcoholics or drug addicts. You may be able to do this the first time. Then you will find yourself at another gathering and decide to have “just a few beers.” Before you know it, you are at home alone and decide it would be OK to have a few beers or a couple of drinks or just a glass of wine. Addicts cannot do this, recovered or not. You will start with a few beers; then it will be a joint or a line of cocaine. As tough as it is to say, you will never be able to do this again and have a successful and healthy life. Stick to your rules and be proud of your accomplishments.