Many addicts, alcoholics and those with co-occurring disorders lack basic life skills. The stress of leaving treatment and reintegrating into the larger community can be intense and challenging for some including those with co-occurring disorders. Those who haven’t received the information and experiences needed to avoid relapse or haven’t incorporated the tools from treatment are at greater risk of relapse.
For most substance abusers, the basics of living day to day were never learned. Addictive behavior and thinking has destroyed the recovering substance abusers’ ability to function calmly on a daily basis. Treatment Alternatives has incorporated many aspects of daily living requirements to help ease the shock of moving from treatment back to everyday life.
Exercise facilities are available that allow clients to work out, play softball, swim, play volleyball or basketball and engage in physical activities that rebuild body strength and brain function.
Treatment Alternatives offers a multidisciplinary approach to recovery. Without addressing every aspect of an individual’s life: behavior, thinking, emotions, physical health and spiritual well-being, a person suffering from substance abuse and co-occurring disorder will probably relapse.
Call 877-957-5113 now and learn how to live drug and alcohol free. Recovery is less painful than addiction and far more enjoyable.
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