When people come to alcohol or drug rehabilitation, chances are they are not in a good spot.
Whether they admitted themselves voluntarily, or they were forced into treatment by family or legal concerns, people are in a life and death struggle. They need something, someone in their lives to help them. This is found through the professional help of an addiction counselor. A counselor can support them in this process of healing. They can provide solutions for the underlying issues of addiction, things like trauma, grief, and mental health disorders. Most importantly they can provide individuals with answers, coping skills, to help them walk away from their struggles.
Our dedicated and caring counselors also play a part in preparing for the recovery process. After completing the program, additional programming, support, therapy, and care are essential at staying clean and sober. Residents can work with their primary counselor on making preparations and decisions on continuing care and sober living options. They also provide follow-up help when needed after a resident leaves the facility.