Aftercare

Recovery is a lifelong journey and aftercare services can provide you with resources you may need after treatment graduation.

Many people imagine that attending treatment programs for their addiction will be the one cure-all to their addictive lifestyles. Unfortunately, many find out that a quick stay at a residential facility or attending an IOP is not enough treatment and end up relapsing in early recovery. At Asheville Recovery Center, we understand that the more treatment an individual receives, the higher their chance at attaining a lifetime of sobriety and a successful recovery. This is why we offer an extensive aftercare program for every individual who wishes to place themselves on the best chance for a successful recovery after they have completed drug and alcohol rehab.

What is Aftercare?

Aftercare for Individuals after Drug and Alcohol Rehab 1Aftercare is care for individuals who have completed some kind of drug and alcohol rehab already. Whether you have completed a stay at a residential facility, partial hospitalization program, or any of our specific treatment tracks, aftercare can be beneficial to you. Aftercare at Asheville Recovery Center allows patients who want to stay involved with a recovery community post treatment tracks to continue to receive the services that were provided to them throughout treatment. This includes individualized therapy, group therapy, medication management, and dual diagnosis treatment.

Outpatient Aftercare Services

The aftercare provided by Asheville Recovery Center is all delivered by an outpatient aspect of treatment. This means that individuals seeking aftercare services will utilize the program while living from home or sober living facility. Outpatient aftercare treatment programs include our intensive outpatient program and our partial hospitalization program. Upon enrollment to our facility, individuals are assessed to determine the best treatment track for them based on their past addiction treatment experiences and current needs.

Benefits of Aftercare Services

Treatment isn’t successful unless the individual struggling with addiction is prepared to live a life in recovery. This doesn’t happen overnight, or even during a 30-day stay at a residential

Aftercare for Individuals after Drug and Alcohol Rehab

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rehabilitation facility. Research and experience prove that the longer a person gets help for addiction, the higher their chance for recovery success. Completing treatment and being thrown back into society without any coping skill practice or further support is dangerous. Most overdose deaths occur directly following a stay in treatment. Aftercare allows individuals to receive the help they need while also assimilating back into society. Don’t be another statistic; invest in aftercare services to reserve your seat on the ride of a successful recovery journey.

Living after Drug and Alcohol Rehab: Sober Living Referrals

Completed a stay at an addiction treatment center or completed our outpatient program tracks and need ongoing support and a place to live? Sober living homes are a great option to help individuals assimilate back into society with the guidance, support, and accountability of peers and an addiction specialist. If you are looking for a gender-specific sober living option as an aftercare service, Asheville Recovery Center can point you in the direction of a compassionate institution that will meet all of your recovery needs when the time comes.

Need Aftercare Services?

Have you completed some kind of addiction treatment and are looking for additional support through the utilization of services that you used throughout treatment? Aftercare services at Asheville Recovery Center can help! You don’t have to learn how to use what you have learned in treatment alone! Let us guide you and support you during this time in early recovery so that you can be sure that you have the tools you require to be successful on your newfound journey.

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