Changing a deep rooted behavior such as a drug or alcohol addiction is neither a quick fix or an easy process. For some, a number of rehab programs over time may be required to break a habit. This is a virtual life changing event for many people in this situation. For a major change in behavior to occur, there must be a strong willingness on the part of the individual. Regardless of the change desired, a strong commitment is required for success. For those completing a rehab program and may need or want and extended period of time to ensure a complete recovery, a residential extended care program for international and local clients will effectively put residents on track to a healthier lifestyle.
Using a rites of passage approach, residents will progress through this multi phased program as they are ready. During the initial phase, residents will consult with a certified professional therapists to develop a treatment plan based on the individuals goals and interests. This will give the resident a vested interest in their treatment. Continuous consultation will keep this plan on track.
Within this safe, stable supportive environment, residents will adhere to a structured daily schedule which may include daily chores, one on one and group therapies, sessions with chemical dependence specialists, life skills classes, community volunteering, equine therapy, preparing healthy foods, transitional work programs and mentoring new residents, just to name a few.
Trek expeditions and wilderness adventures encourage residents toward self-reliance, self-respect, patience and maturity. They will use current skills and abilities to overcome challenges and learn new methods to conquer obstacles.
Throughout the program, residents will develop and strengthen the emotional,physical and social muscles needed to make the desired changes in their lives. For more information regarding this effective residential extended care program for international or local individuals, give us a call today at Rites of Passage NW, The Ranch Wilderness Therapy, (800)794-0980.