Drug Rehab

Relapse Prevention Counseling and Drug Rehabilitation

The Support Systems Homes drug and alcohol relapse prevention counseling program is intended for individuals who have had established periods of sobriety and have a history of relapse, and are experiencing or displaying current anxiety or ideation about returning to old, toxic behaviors. It is expected that all participants will be engaged with some form of support network and actively working to confront their issues while participating in the relapse prevention program.

Relapse Prevention Counseling Group (RPCG)

The Relapse Prevention Group follows a 12-week cycle designed to confront issues in recovery that could put the individual at risk for relapse. The group process will reinforce education on the relapse process with personal introspection and disclosure, and will focus on strengthening tools to enhance the recovery process.

Those who have established periods of sobriety and who have a history of relapse, current anxiety, or ideation about returning to old, toxic behaviors will benefit most from this program.

Clients should be willing to participate actively in a group setting, and complete written assignments. The RPCG group explores relapse triggers, hidden warning signs, and assists them in developing strategies that support a healthy recovery program. The curriculum is based upon Terrence Gorski's Relapse Prevention Workbook, and clients receive a certificate of completion after fulfilling the 12-week commitment.

Assessments, individual counseling, and referrals to higher levels of care are also available at additional cost.

Support Systems Homes is a participant in various major health insurance plans and will work with special needs cases on the basis of availability. To find out more contact us today, toll free nationwide @ (800) 811-1800.

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