A hard look into the mirror can evoke this line of thinking. Although you may have tried to control your use or consumption of drugs and alcohol, sometimes the problem doesn’t seem to quite go away. If you find yourself in such a situation, it might be time to consider asking for help. The experience, knowledge, and attention provided by an intensive outpatient program might be the extra accountability and help you might need to finally be able to liberate yourself from the pressing consequences of your demanding addictions.
What to Expect From an Outpatient Program?
Having found the resolution to square up and face your addiction there are many immediate benefits that you can expect to encounter during your intensive outpatient program:
- The staff are knowledgeable and often times have personal experience with conquering their addictions
- There will be a new community available to you in the form of people going through the same experiences and field experts
- Having a new place to invest your energies while you transition into sobriety
Of the above list, there are surely more to enumerate the program’s immediate advantages but these are the ones that will provide visceral and lifelong change to your newfound freedom; a life free from drugs and alcohol.
Although, admittedly you might find this step scary, you can be assured that you are not alone. Inside the community of an intensive outpatient program, you will find people looking to make real connections and help one another to become free from the constant compulsion to use or consume drugs or alcohol. It is within this experience that you will find the truth: you are not alone. There are many people, among many different walks of life who have struggled to control their addictions throughout all different parts of their life.
Armed with this knowledge, know that there are people who not only know your silent suffering but aim to help you and have a method by which you can escape the distinct pains of your addiction. If you are reading this, do not fear; Our counselors are available 24 hours a day. Call (833) 762-3765 and begin the restorative journey of your recovery from drugs and alcohol. Remember, you are not alone: you never were. Perhaps, it was only a little bit of extra help that you needed to finally free yourself from the throes of your addiction. Do not give up — an intensive outpatient program is waiting for your call.