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THE CHALLENGE

 

To return to every day life after completing your treatment may become a daunting task, but right now what is important is that you are on your way towards total recovery. As challenging as this may seem to you right now, we would like to offer you some tips to assist you in your walk to complete victory.

 

WE ALREADY KNOW YOU CAN MAKE IT. WE JUST NEED YOU TO BELIEVE IT AS WELL.

 

 

Part of your journey includes the outpatient program - aftercare.

.It is also important for you to be part of a support group

Try to motivate atleast one member of the family or a close friend to support and walk this journey to total recovery with you.

Be part of the community outreach programs where you are able to talk about prevention.

End all toxic relationships by removing all negative influences so you may surround yourself with positive people.

Use your support system, because family and peer support is the best method to a faster recovery period.

Make use of positive self-talk sessions. It will boost your confidence and help you to believe in yourself.

Eliminate triggers that will cause you to relapse.

EARLY INTERVENTION

 

Substance abuse is a social disorder. We therefore identify, treat and manage the use of this disorder, through screening for misuse and provide a health care setting to address the situation. Anyone can recover from this disorder through early intervention, which significantly reduce the risk that harms the association of the service user with substance abuse and prevent the progression of this disorder.

 

 

PREVENTION

 

Parental supervision and monitoring is an important tip to prevent substance abuse. Therefore, it is imperative to understand how substance abuse develops. Healthy relationships are key, therefore one has to learn how to avoid such relationships that pressure you into substance use. Although peer pressure is part of our society, you need to seek help when dealing with it. Mental illness and anxiety may also be triggers which leads to the disorder of substance abuse. Our professional social workers stand by to assist and guide you and your family to stay free from drugs.

 

 

THE CHALLENGE

 

To return to every day life after completing your treatment may become a daunting task, but right now what is important is that you are on your way towards total recovery. As challenging as this may seem to you right now, we would like to offer you some tips to assist you in your walk to complete victory.

 

WE ALREADY KNOW YOU CAN MAKE IT. WE JUST NEED YOU TO BELIEVE IT AS WELL.

 

 

Part of your journey includes the outpatient program - aftercare.

.It is also important for you to be part of a support group

Try to motivate atleast one member of the family or a close friend to support and walk this journey to total recovery with you.

Be part of the community outreach programs where you are able to talk about prevention.

End all toxic relationships by removing all negative influences so you may surround yourself with positive people.

Use your support system, because family and peer support is the best method to a faster recovery period.

Make use of positive self-talk sessions. It will boost your confidence and help you to believe in yourself.

Eliminate triggers that will cause you to relapse.

EARLY INTERVENTION

 

Substance abuse is a social disorder. We therefore identify, treat and manage the use of this disorder, through screening for misuse and provide a health care setting to address the situation. Anyone can recover from this disorder through early intervention, which significantly reduce the risk that harms the association of the service user with substance abuse and prevent the progression of this disorder.

 

 

PREVENTION

 

Parental supervision and monitoring is an important tip to prevent substance abuse. Therefore, it is imperative to understand how substance abuse develops. Healthy relationships are key, therefore one has to learn how to avoid such relationships that pressure you into substance use. Although peer pressure is part of our society, you need to seek help when dealing with it. Mental illness and anxiety may also be triggers which leads to the disorder of substance abuse. Our professional social workers stand by to assist and guide you and your family to stay free from drugs.

 

 

AFTERCARE

 

Addiction recovery is a long-term process that need to continue after treatment is over. We consider aftercare as any type of ongoing care received after the service user leaves the rehab. Our aftercare program prepares the service user to face the different challenges to sobriety and provide solutions like self-help fellowship, support groups, family and friend support encouraging healthy excercise. Having an aftercare plan is important and our professional social workers are trained in attending to the service user to achieve total and complete victory.

 

 

WE CAN HELP YOU

Send us your name, email and a short message about your disorder by clicking the help me button, One of our social workers will be in contact with you immediately.

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