Life after Alcohol Rehab

Completing a treatment program inside an alcohol rehab centre is a tremendous achievement & one that you should be very proud of. Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean that you’re now fully recovered; in fact, the hard work only begins now!

The main aim of alcohol rehab was to prepare you with the skills to help you achieve long term sobriety. You will have more than likely spent hours in counselling and therapy sessions with your addiction counsellor getting down to the very reason why you became addicted in the first place.

Now that you have returned back into society & out of the safety net of the alcohol rehab centre, your recovery from alcoholism now lies solely in your hands.

It may seem intimidating at first but always remember that you’re not alone. There are lots of things that you can do to make your life after alcohol rehab easier.

Get into Aftercare

Some alcohol rehab centres offer aftercare for recovering alcoholics who have just finished an alcoholism recovery program. It’s simply a continuation of what you were taught inside the clinic.

Outpatient treatment is one of the best forms of aftercare & has proven to be extremely beneficial for alcoholics trying to achieve long term sobriety.

In outpatient treatment, you’ll be able to do your regular daily responsibilities at work or at home while visiting the clinic weekdays in the evenings, where you’ll receive medical care, counselling & therapy.

For access to an outpatient treatment program near you, give us a call and one of our addiction counsellors will gladly assist you.
Another great form of aftercare is halfway houses, which gives you the opportunity to continue staying in a sober living environment.

In the halfway house, you will be required to be out during the day, doing something meaningful to your recovery efforts, for example: studying or working. In the evenings, you’ll get to spend quality time & communicate with the other residents inside the home, which is key in ensuring that your transition back into society is successful.

We can provide you with immediate admission into a halfway house near you – call us now and let us find the right one for you.

Join Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was founded by 2 alcoholic men called Dr. Bob and Bill W in 1935. Now, they’re one of the biggest self-help, non-profit organisations in the world with its primary purpose being to help alcoholics stay sober & achieve their long term sobriety goals.

The AA bases their success on the fact that an alcoholic who no longer drinks has an ability to reach out & help an uncontrolled drinker, giving you the opportunity to learn from those who have been in a similar position as yourself & it also gives you a platform to voice any concerns or troubles that you might have.

There are AA meetings all over South Africa, for more information about them, follow this link:

Get Aftercare Now!

We can provide you with immediate admission into the best private aftercare treatment centres in South Africa, the United Kingdom & Thailand. Call us now & let one of our qualified addiction counsellors provide you with free, expert & confidential advice.

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