Addicts and alcoholics often suffer from what people in recovery call “terminal uniqueness” – the idea that their addiction is different and maybe stronger than that of nearly everyone else.
That belief makes it easier to be skeptical about suggestions for recovery. And ultimately, it can keep people away from recovery, leading to death.
The reality is that there are so many different paths leading to freedom from addiction – one for every kind of addict and alcoholic.
For example, you might start with Clean Path’s partial hospitalization program. Based in a beautiful residential atmosphere, this level of care provides a comprehensive level of attention and accountability, including individual and group therapy, family therapy, medication support, rehabilitation, and life skills.
If that’s too much of a commitment, you might try intensive outpatient for an excellent step-down level of care.
In IOP, you can live at home and choose an outpatient schedule that’s a good fit for your life. You’ll still benefit from individual and group therapy, case management, and life skill training.
Or, maybe you’d like to try sober living. At Clean Path Behavioral Health, the options are nearly endless, but the end result is the same – freedom from the grips of addiction and/or mental health issues.