What Happens After Alcohol Rehab?
Recovery from addiction is often a life-long process. After alcohol rehab, you can continue your recovery at a sober living facility where its staff and residents can help you develop a healthier, happier, and more productive lifestyle.
A sober living facility helps you establish a daily routine that requires you to wake and go to bed at the same time every day. Residents are responsible for doing daily chores, and eating healthy foods and must spend their days receiving therapy in a PHP or IOP, going to work or school, or volunteering in a community program.
Sober living facilities also help you implement vital self-care techniques related to exercise and hygiene so you can feel more confident as you resume your usual daily activities as a sober individual.
Though sober living facilities offer more flexibility and freedom than residential recovery centers, you will be held accountable for attending regular support group meetings, submitting to a random breathalyzer and drug tests, and doing your daily chores. These responsibilities can keep you on track with recovery and help us determine whether you may need additional recovery coaching or treatment in the event you relapse.
Outpatient Alcohol Rehab in Phoenix AZ
If you live in or near Phoenix, Arizona and need professional treatment for alcohol use disorder, choose a rehab facility that offers all the substance abuse programs and services you need to experience a safe, long-term recovery from addiction. An outpatient alcohol rehab program is ideal if you are currently working, going to school, or caring for your children or other relatives.
Camelback Recovery, the best mental health and addiction treatment center, offers outpatient alcohol rehab programs for men and women needing alcohol addiction treatment. We also offer drug addiction treatment and rehab programs for those with other addictions such as opioid, methamphetamine, or cocaine use disorders.
Contact us today at 602-466-9880 to learn more about our treatment facility, and alcohol and drug rehab in Phoenix, or fill out our contact form to hear back from us within one business day. We’ll be more than happy to discuss all your available treatment options and get you started on your recovery today.