the Recovery Process

The road to recovery can be a long one.

But it’s not a journey you have to take alone or one that need to be completed all at once. Most experts agree, it’s best to take things day by day and step by step. Here are a few landmarks to help guide you along your way.

  1. Committing to Sobriety or an Intervention

    By choosing recovery you’ve already taken the first step down the road towards sobriety or ending your addiction and getting healthy.  It may sound cliche, but remember that every journey, regardless of its length or difficulty, begins with a single step. Sometimes it’s difficult for individuals to realize the severity of their problem or to acknowledge that they can do anything they can do about it. If you know someone who is struggling with addiction, realize that if not for someone, such as yourself, intervening or confronting them about their disease they may never recover.

  2. Treatment Assessment

    The nature of addiction and the treatments that lead to recovery often vary, changing upon the environment the patient lives in, the resources they have at their disposal (such as health insurance and other support systems), and the severity of their disease.  Fortunately, most questions in regard to treatment specifics can be answered by calling and speaking with a knowledgeable REHBS representatives. REHBS can help guide you through the basic ins and outs of recovery as well as help direct you to a recovery center that can meet and address your specific addictions needs, regardless of the financial resources or restrains.

  3. Detox and Managing Withdrawal

    Many forms of addiction, particularly substance abuse and alcoholism can trigger withdrawal symptoms. Many of which can be fatal, all of which are unpleasant.  Fortunately, these physical and psychological symptoms are predictable in nature. It is important to learn what to expect and how to cope as soon as possible. This another thing that a REHBS agent can help you with during your consultation,

  4. Rehabilitation

    Recovery isn’t easy, but with the right guidance, environment, and personal commitment it is possible. Many individuals find that being placed in the right rehabilitation program can help tremendously, spending hours online doing research to find a facility that meets the demands of their individual situation. However, you can save yourself time and headache of research by calling and speaking with a REHBS agent who will interview you, discover the nature of your addiction and recommend a facility that will meet your unique recovery, comfort and financial needs.

  5. Long-Term Care

    You may need extended support, fortunately these long term stay and outpatient facilities are readily available to meet your long term recovery needs.

  6. Relapse Prevention and Aftercare

    Recovery is a lifelong process. It’s not exactly something you can sprint through, so it’s important to define and reinforce healthy lifestyle habits and behaviors. It doesn’t hurt to have someone you can lean on and trust in the process. So, be sure to reach out and educate your friends and family on the best ways to help you keep from relapsing.

  7. Recovery Support

    Remember, you are not alone. There are many support groups and systems that can help you in your recovery, that can help support you in your struggles and help you navigate living in the modern world as an addict.

If you want to recover we want to help.

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