Continuous recovery treatment options such as Aftercare treatment
At Luxe, clients will benefit from the various recovery treatment options such as detox programs, various types of counseling and groups, Psychiatric services, therapy services and discharge planning for aftercare.
What Is Aftercare Treatment?
Aftercare treatment is a type of treatment that is typically provided after a person completes a substance abuse treatment program.
Aftercare treatment can help to prevent relapse and can provide support and resources to help a person maintain their sobriety.
Aftercare treatment can take many different forms, including individual therapy, group therapy,12-Step programs, Intensive Outpatient, and Sober Living.
Types Of Aftercare Programmes
Aftercare programs provide ongoing support and resources for people in recovery, helping them to stay on track and maintain their sobriety.
Intensive Outpatient Programs – IOP
There is a comprehensive body of evidence that facility-based programs are more effective than non-facility-based programs for patients after they leave inpatient treatment for substance abuse disorders.
These programs are more successful in keeping patients abstinent from illicit drugs, helping them to stay in treatment longer, and improving their overall function than non-facility-based programs.
Intensive Outpatient Programs or IOP is a resource which can be used in order to continue participating in group, family and individual therapy. Staff and IOP programs can help individuals stay sober, help find them jobs or continue schooling.
Sober Living Homes
A sober living home is a place where people in recovery from addiction can live in a safe and substance-free environment.
Sober living homes are often used as step-in aftercare for people who have completed a treatment program for addiction.
Sober living homes provide residents with structure and support as they transition back into everyday life. Residents are often required to follow guidelines to help them promote sobriety by attending an Intensive Outpatient program, finding a job or continuing with schooling.
Staff members provide support and assistance to residents in accomplishing their short term and long term goals.
Therapy and Counseling
Aftercare is an important part of the therapeutic process. It provides a space for clients to process their experiences in therapy and to integrate the insights and tools they have obtained.
Aftercare also helps to prevent relapse and further reinforces the positive changes made in therapy.
Therapists and counsellors provide aftercare in a variety of ways, depending on the needs of the client. Aftercare may take the form of individual sessions, group sessions, phone calls, or even emails.
The frequency and duration of aftercare also vary, but it is typically provided on a daily to weekly basis for a period of 6-12 months.
Support groups are a vital part of aftercare for many people in recovery.
They provide a safe and supportive space for people to share their experiences, connect with others, and get the support they need to stay on track.
Some common types of support groups provided in aftercare include:
- Intensive Outpatient Programs – IOP
- 12-step groups
- Non 12-step groups
- Peer support groups
- Family support groups
- Educational groups
If you are interested in finding a support group, there are a few different ways to go about it.
You can ask your doctor, therapist, or our staff for recommendations, search online, or look in your local community for groups that meet your needs.
Benefits Of Aftercare In Addiction Recovery
Aftercare has been shown to be beneficial for those in recovery in a number of ways. It can help to reduce the risk of relapse, increase motivation to stay sober and provide a support system during a time when individuals are vulnerable.
Additionally, aftercare can help to provide a sense of structure and routine, which can be helpful in early recovery.
Developing Aftercare Plan
Developing an aftercare plan is an important first step in the recovery process. But it’s also important to remember that aftercare plans are not one-size-fits-all.
So it’s important to tailor your aftercare plan to meet your individual needs.
Your aftercare plan should include:
- A list of your sober support network
- A list of sober activities you enjoy
- A plan for dealing with triggers
- A plan for living new and a healthy lifestyle
By taking the time to develop a plan, you are setting yourself up for success in recovery.
Why Do I Need Aftercare?
After you complete an addiction treatment program, you may be wondering if you need continuing care.
The answer is that it depends on a variety of factors, including your personal situation and the severity of your addiction.
If you have a mild addiction, you may be able to recover without continuing care. However, if you have a severe addiction, continuing care may be essential to your long-term recovery.
Continuing care can help you stay on track with your recovery and avoid relapsing back into addiction.
The decision of whether or not to seek aftercare is up to the person. If you are unsure of what to do, you can talk to your addiction counsellor or treatment provider to get more information and help you make the best decision for your recovery.
What If Relapse Occurs During Aftercare
If you or a loved one is in recovery from addiction, it’s important to have a plan in place in case of relapse.
Relapse can happen unexpectedly, even after months or years of being sober. And while it’s often seen as a setback, it’s important to remember that relapse is a part of the recovery process.
If you do find yourself or a loved one in the midst of a relapse, there are some things you can do to get back on track. The very first step is to reach out for help.
There are many resources available to help, it might be in the form of friends or people who care about you. You can contact your aftercare provider, a therapist, or a support group. Once you have reached out for help, it’s important to take some time to reflect on what led to the relapse.
What were the triggers? What were the emotions you were feeling? What steps can you take to avoid triggers? And finally, you’ll need to create a plan to prevent future relapses.
Aftercare treatment is the most important part of the the recovery process. It helps to avoid relapse and allows patients to continue to improve their health and well-being.