Providing The Tools For Long-Term Recovery
Studies have shown that between 40% and 60% of people with substance use disorders relapse at some point in their recovery. While this does not mean that their efforts have failed, we believe that this number can be reduced significantly with the right amount of continued support.
An Outpatient Treatment Program That Works
Historically, drug addicts and alcoholics have had difficulties maintaining their sobriety after leaving treatment. There are some schools of thought that suggest relapse is a natural part of recovery for many people. However, Harmony Recovery does not adhere to this school of thought. At Harmony, we believe that the main cause of relapse is a lack of continued support.
Our outpatient treatment program helps clients adjust to their normal routine by providing this support. It also continues the educational process that began during detox and our partial hospitalization program (PHP).
After the final round of treatment, clients may find it difficult to re-adjust to their normal routine. In this final stage of treatment, patients are supported in their new clean life by continuing a minimal amount of weekly treatment services to help them deal with the situations they face on a day-to-day basis as they have transition back into an active and productive lifestyle.
In addition to helping clients live a sober life, our outpatient treatment program also encourages clients to engage in a lifestyle that promotes a sense of belonging and contentment. At Harmony, we believe that there is more to a sober life than mere abstinence. Showing clients the possible richness of a sober life is an implicit goal of all our programming, but it is a focal point during outpatient treatment.