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RECO Intensive
140 NE 4th Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33483

The Path Journey Card

Walking out of an inpatient facility, most of us experience some form of anxiety or stress. We are still unsure of ourselves and what to do next. That is why we created the RECO PHASES for both our PHP and IOP clients. The phases will be a road map for you as you journey through your recovery.

Our phases are designed to slowly incorporate more freedom into your new sober life. These levels of accountability and structures slowly decrease as you hit milestones in your recovery and treatment program. As you move through phases, you will be asked to show the work you have done to get you to the next phase. This not only puts you in a place of readiness, but also asks you to take responsibility for the work you are doing here at RECO. By following the RECO phases, you will seamlessly begin to build an unshakable foundation for your new life.

Structure & Routine
Healthy Habits
Long-Term Goals
Life & Recovery
Living a Sober Life
1
structure & routine

Our most structured phase, this first step in the program is designed for clients entering into our PHP program. You will be expected to attend all RECO groups and outings. This allows you to familiarize yourself with our RECO program, expectations, rules and guidelines. This phase will also allow you to spend quality time with your assigned therapist and housemates, as well as provide you with the clarity necessary to create your first treatment goals. You will begin to build a routine with the help of our staff and schedule that you can take with you into the next phase of your stay with us.

2
building healthy habits

You will begin phase 2 after your application is received and approved. At this point in your recovery, you will have a significant addition of free time to begin building healthy habits outside of your treatment program. This is the perfect time to begin exploring what outside recovery meetings you would like to attend, find a sponsor and to adopt new hobbies or activities that you enjoy and wish to incorporate into your routine.

3
transition to long-term goals

Due to your work in phase two, you should now have a wide variety of outside meetings you would like to attend. It will be required in phase 3 that you attend at least four of these each week along with your weekly groups at RECO. This balance of outside meetings and RECO groups will slowly transition the foundation of your recovery to a community that you will be a part of for the rest of your life. In phase 3, you will also have the option to choose between morning or nightly groups, as they fit your schedule. These choices will now be up to you as you begin to spend more time outside of RECO.

4
managing life & recovery

If you are entering the RECO IOP program, you will start here. If not, you will have phased up to this point. Phase 4 will include only nightly groups; the rest of the day will be up to you. This is where most of our clients begin to find jobs and start working, as well as attending their regularly scheduled outside meetings. There is a significant amount of free time provided to you in phase 4 and, at this point, you should feel confident in your ability to start managing your time and recovery effectively.

5
6
Living a sober life

If you are attending the RECO IOP program without housing, you will be in phase 5. This allows you the option to attend nightly groups or Zoom groups as you wish. If you are phased up will you be at phase 6, which means you will have either transitioned or are transitioning into sober living or halfway and are still attending groups with RECO. At this point in your recovery, you have now reached the summit of your treatment and are living your new sober life with only one or two groups with us and your therapist. Essentially, you have now phased into your sober life. However, we are still here with you to offer that continued support and to ensure you are reaching your new goals. RECO will always be here for you. Whatever phase of life you happen to find yourself in, you are always welcome to visit, call, attend our weekly alumni meetings and continue to restore yourself here.

1
structure & routine

Our most structured phase, this first step in the program is designed for clients entering into our PHP program. You will be expected to attend all RECO groups and outings. This allows you to familiarize yourself with our RECO program, expectations, rules and guidelines. This phase will also allow you to spend quality time with your assigned therapist and housemates, as well as provide you with the clarity necessary to create your first treatment goals. You will begin to build a routine with the help of our staff and schedule that you can take with you into the next phase of your stay with us.

2
building healthy habits

You will begin phase 2 after your application is received and approved. At this point in your recovery, you will have a significant addition of free time to begin building healthy habits outside of your treatment program. This is the perfect time to begin exploring what outside recovery meetings you would like to attend, find a sponsor and to adopt new hobbies or activities that you enjoy and wish to incorporate into your routine.

3
transition to long-term goals

Due to your work in phase two, you should now have a wide variety of outside meetings you would like to attend. It will be required in phase 3 that you attend at least four of these each week along with your weekly groups at RECO. This balance of outside meetings and RECO groups will slowly transition the foundation of your recovery to a community that you will be a part of for the rest of your life. In phase 3, you will also have the option to choose between morning or nightly groups, as they fit your schedule. These choices will now be up to you as you begin to spend more time outside of RECO.

4
managing life & recovery

If you are entering the RECO IOP program, you will start here. If not, you will have phased up to this point. Phase 4 will include only nightly groups; the rest of the day will be up to you. This is where most of our clients begin to find jobs and start working, as well as attending their regularly scheduled outside meetings. There is a significant amount of free time provided to you in phase 4 and, at this point, you should feel confident in your ability to start managing your time and recovery effectively.

5
6
Living a sober life

If you are attending the RECO IOP program without housing, you will be in phase 5. This allows you the option to attend nightly groups or Zoom groups as you wish. If you are phased up will you be at phase 6, which means you will have either transitioned or are transitioning into sober living or halfway and are still attending groups with RECO. At this point in your recovery, you have now reached the summit of your treatment and are living your new sober life with only one or two groups with us and your therapist. Essentially, you have now phased into your sober life. However, we are still here with you to offer that continued support and to ensure you are reaching your new goals. RECO will always be here for you. Whatever phase of life you happen to find yourself in, you are always welcome to visit, call, attend our weekly alumni meetings and continue to restore yourself here.

Discover a better life and call our recovery helpline today.

844.955.3042