Completing residential recovery is a substantial step in your sobriety journey. After spending time with constant care and support, some patients may worry about going back to their everyday routines. That’s where a continuing care plan can help you.
My Hope for Tomorrow offers support after you finish your treatment. While maintaining sobriety is a challenge, you can take what you learn in residential and keep going with our continuing care plans. Learn how to maintain sobriety after treatment ends with My Hope for Tomorrow.
Continuing care involves ongoing therapy after a patient leaves the residential treatment center. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, about 40%-60% of patients relapse after leaving the residential center. Continued care aims to reduce the risk of relapse after rehab.
With continued care, you’ll continue receiving therapy and support even after living in a rehab facility. While you adjust to your regular routine, our therapists will help you maintain your sobriety. If you don’t have strong support at home, we’ll be your support system.
Relapse is a part of some people’s sobriety journey. If relapse does happen, we’ll help you get through it and keep up your progress.
Continuing care offers a range of advantages for recovering patients, including:
In the final stage of discharge planning, all patients will be presented with Hope For Tomorrow’s personalized continuing care plan. Our care for you continues beyond the point of admission and treatment. We hope to be an ongoing resource in your life.
The process of developing your unique continuing care plan takes all needs into account from a substance use, mental health, and physical health standpoint. We will sit down with you and assess from your point of view what strengths, interests, and positive attributes you possess as well as what risky situations and triggers may distract you from your recovery goals. All of these insights about you and your recovery will be used to create a personalized continuing care plan. After completing residential recovery treatment, patients are always encouraged to continue their treatment on an outpatient basis as part of their goal to gain lasting recovery.
Our Point Pleasant OBOT and two complementary AppleGate recovery clinics in Martinsburg and Charleston offer a range of services to assist you in those goals including medication-assisted treatment as well as substance use counseling. Hope is always an option. We look forward to supporting your goal of enjoying life again.
Our continuing care encompasses multiple aspects, many of which you’ll experience in a residential program. We offer some of the following options for our patients:
My Hope For Tomorrow comprises a caring, compassionate team of health professionals. Once you experience our services in residential care, we’re happy to help you continue on your path. We strive to go above and beyond with every patient and ensure you have the support and resources to handle your substance use disorder.
We’ve helped West Virginia residents get the help they need for years. Our goal is to provide tools and education, whether with medication, therapy or a combination of these resources. Our team will create a personalized plan for your needs and lifestyle for a longer, happier and healthier life.
Our team has not only experience in clinical training, but have been where you are in wanting to recover from the disease of addiction.