A community housing program can make all the difference when you are in focused recovery and looking toward regaining independence after rehab. A community housing program’s goal of promoting and facilitating the healthy transition toward sober living outside of rehab is an excellent choice for you as you enter the outpatient care portion of your long-term recovery but still crave and require extra structure and accountability to maintain your newfound sobriety. If you are interested in a community housing program for addiction and feel you would benefit from the continued support, contact the caring Midwest Recovery staff online today or call 833.627.0039 today to learn how to regain your independence after rehab successfully.
What Is a Community Housing Program?
Suppose you have been battling addiction for some time and made the difficult decision to seek professional help in a focused recovery and treatment program. In that case, a community housing program can continue to assist in your goals of maintaining sobriety and regaining independence after rehab. Some of the benefits of community housing include:
- Avoiding relapse
- Continue with your focused recovery
- Peer support
- Ease back into everyday life
- Access to ongoing therapy
- A safe space to begin using the life skills you learned during addiction rehab
Additionally, a community housing program affiliated with a substance abuse treatment facility like Midwest Recovery Center can offer tremendous extra benefits for patients whose home environment is not an ideal venue for their continued recovery while in outpatient care.
Many patients in our community housing program can return to work or school because they regain independence after rehab while still living away from home. There’s a real benefit of living with others who have traveled similar paths in addiction and recovery. These are peers who are also focused on their recovery. They will be a vital resource to you as you transition into a new, drug-free life. With this supportive structure of a community housing program, you will learn how to establish routines, find sober hobbies, and set healthy boundaries that will help you find continued success for long-term recovery. Additionally, our community housing program will teach you about the importance of a nutritious diet, how physical activity and fitness can play a role in your ongoing recovery journey, and educate you about avoiding triggers to stay sober.
Getting The Support You Need in A Community Housing Program
A community housing program is akin to a living, breathing, 24 hour 12-step program, with support and encouragement available not only during a one-hour meeting but whenever you need it, down the hall or in the common rooms of the community housing program facility. This kind of on-site support network is essential to successful addiction recovery, particularly as you transition back into normal life, with environmental triggers, toxic people, and lurking temptations. At work, school, and home, you may be surrounded by triggers, past trauma, and influences that can put up roadblocks in the path of your focused recovery. In a community housing program, however, you’ll find encouragement and support as you work towards rebuilding your life and regaining independence after rehab while slowly reintegrating into your everyday life with a new routine that promotes sobriety, healthy choices, and supportive relationships.
Learn More at Midwest Recovery
At Midwest Recovery, we offer a comfortable, safe, and friendly community housing program with an array of amenities, as well as comprehensive outpatient care. You’ll find experienced, compassionate medical professionals eager to provide you with the tools, coping skills, and life lessons you need to learn to live your life free of drugs and alcohol. If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, contact us using our secure online form or call us confidentially at 833.627.0039.