Is Being “California Sober” Really Being In Recovery?
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Residential care. It is the nest. The rebirth. The place where you can go to rest, reset, and begin the deep, digging work of finding yourself. The self that has been with you, even in the darkest and deepest midst of your addiction. It has merely been there waiting, waiting for you to begin the work to uncover it.
Your time in residential care is meant to be a time to relax and escape. It is also meant to be a time of profound discovery and realization. With the right attitude, this is time that can become your greatest asset as you begin to build the foundation of your new life. Building foundations take time however. Digging deep into yourself takes time too. That is why, residential care stays tend to be closer to the 30-60 day range in the grand scheme of things.
The goal of residential care is for you to come out with a clear picture of who you were, who you are, and who you want to become. With the tapestry of your life unfolding, you will be able to effectively make choices that reflect who this new person is and where this person wants to go. You will be able to make conscious plans with true intention based on your newfound sobriety to ensure its permanence. With a team of professionals guiding you through your stay in residential care, you will have the ability to use the program as a catalyst in your growth, expanding and developing who you are through your own actions and sober choices.
All of this self discovery and digging will feel unnatural at times and uncomfortable. But while you have the time, you can begin to practice. Practice becoming the person you want to become. Practice being goal oriented. Practice taking the right actions. Practice instilling yourself with all of the qualities you want to cultivate. Practice living your sober life.
And one day. And the day will come. You will wake up, and it won’t be practice anymore. These things will become habits that now just have to be repeated until they are who you want to be.
Coming out of residential care you will be ready to take your treatment, your recovery, and yourself one step closer towards a brighter future. That is where PHP, IOP, and OP come in.
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An inpatient recovery solution, Residential Care provides clients with a fully immersive treatment plan. Clients reside on the campuses of the treatment facilities, receiving 24-hour professional care. Their daily activities are facilitated and monitored by a staff of addiction professionals.
Following detox, clients enter residential care programs in the early stages of recovery. Focused on creating structure in the lives of those suffering from addiction, residential care clinical teams are invested in each aspect of a client’s care, in all forms of offered therapies.
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