Many individuals struggling with substance use disorders make the wise decision to enter into an addiction treatment center. They progress through treatment and feel confident in their newfound recovery. When they leave treatment, however, they run the risk of falling back into old patterns of addictive behavior. That is why one of the most crucial parts of recovery is what happens after people leave an addiction treatment center. The unfortunate truth is that many people who complete addiction treatment begin the cycle of addiction all over again.
At Symetria Recovery, our team of addiction specialists recognizes that relapse is part of the recovery process. There is no shame in taking a step backward in your journey; indeed, it can be an important part of the process. However, our Symetria Recovery team wants to equip you with the tools that you may need to avoid relapse altogether. That’s why we recommend that people take advantage of our continuing care for substance abuse.
Continuing Care Overview
You have worked toward recovery and have acquired a new understanding and confidence in yourself. You are also armed with new behavioral, mental, and emotional skills. Continuing care is an equally vital stage of the substance use, dependency, and addiction recovery treatment process. Statistics show that without a robust aftercare program, many opioid-dependent patients and those struggling with other types of substance use disorder will relapse or return to using after receiving inpatient treatment.
At Symetria Recovery, our continuing care for substance abuse helps ease you back into a daily routine, including returning to work or living independently. We want you to feel confident about your new lifestyle that is free from addiction. A drug rehab aftercare program is the best way to accomplish this goal. Our aftercare team also uses the proprietary Symetria Method as part of our continuing care program.
The Symetria Method Explained
One of the reasons you can recover so successfully is the tremendous emphasis our pioneering care model, known as The Symetria Method, places on continuing care after treatment has been completed. During and after treatment, you can access support from your dedicated, multidisciplinary care team of doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, counselors, and other substance use, dependency, and addiction specialists.
The Symetria Method combines medication-assisted treatment (MAT), psychiatry, and support from a single-treatment team of behavioral health, medical, and psychiatric professionals to reduce the risk of relapse and give you or the person in your life struggling with addiction sustainable results.
The Symetria Method focuses on helping achieve four distinct goals:
- Reducing cravings and withdrawal
- Building positive coping and growth skills
- Preventing relapse
- Supporting a lifestyle of recovery
The Importance of Continuing Care
Studies have repeatedly shown that people who participate in continuing care programs are more likely to abstain from drug use. Also, people who immerse themselves in continuing care for substance abuse are less likely to be hospitalized for substance use problems in the future and have decreased risk of relapse. Continuing care is also crucial for helping people with substance use disorders make improvements toward their goals in their recovery.
Maintain Your Recovery with Continuing Care
When you enter any of the addiction treatment programs at Symetria Recovery, you immediately become part of our community. Once you become part of our community, we become invested in your continued success. That’s why our continuing care program for substance abuse is such an essential component of our addiction treatment programs. We want to equip you with the tools you need to continue your recovery for as long as possible.
If you are curious about how our continuing care program can solidify long-lasting recovery, contact our Symetria Recovery team today by calling 855.282.4819 or completing our secure online form. Feel confident that your recovery journey will continue for years to come. Reach out to us today.