Relapse Prevention


In order for a rehabilitation treatment to be successful, the patient needs to be set up with the necessary tools to retain progress beyond the residential treatment itself. After all, it’s relatively easy for someone to avoid substances while under constant staff supervision in a residential facility. However, what happens once the patient is out in the real world? How will they navigate their everyday life without using drugs or alcohol as coping mechanisms? In order to address the possibility of use in the future, rehabilitation needs to incorporate relapse prevention into their program. That is ultimately what the whole treatment is going to be about.
Establishing coping mechanisms and healthy habits that prepare the patient for relapse prevention is a vital part of our approach to rehabilitation. We understand the pressures that come from resuming one’s daily life following treatment for substance abuse. In order to relieve some of that pressure and to help the patient be confident in their transition, we make sure to set them up with relapse prevention mechanisms and an aftercare support system. By helping them prepare for the stressors of normal life, we can ease them into normalcy with new tools to handle urges and impulses.

Healthy Living Treatment


It is important, particularly when it comes to finding the right rehab facility for a specific individual, to find a program that is actively concerned with the general well-being of the patient. This doesn’t just mean maintaining a rigorous clinical treatment, but it also entails providing a comfortable, welcoming environment where patients are helped through their circumstances, regardless of the gravity of their situation. That is why we at Healthy Living make an effort to provide forms of treatment that take active care of patients at varying levels of recovery. For help or more information on the services we provide, call us at (661) 536-5562 and we will address your concerns immediately.

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