Preventing Relapse with Continued Care
Relapse can be a taboo topic among people in the recovery industry. Even so, relapse is an important subject to discuss because it is an unfortunate reality for some recovering from alcohol addiction. Having discussions about relapse and developing an in-depth prevention plan is an essential part of recovery.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Preventing Relapse with Continued Care
A staggering 80% of patients will relapse
within the first year of recovery.
The transition from a rehab facility back into the
real world can be overwhelming and frightening.
There are a number of reasons why people
relapse, but the most prominent is that they lack
an adequate continued-care plan.
Continued-care plans provide patients with a
support system, a chance to rebuild trust, and a
more promising chance at long-term recovery.
Do not allow alcoholism to ruin your life.
1. Take back control
2. Seek treatment
3. Develop a continued-care plan
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