Managing daily recovery from substance use disorders can be extremely difficult sometimes whether a person became legitimately dependent on prescription drugs or other medications or because of their past misuse of drugs or alcohol. The bottom line is that staying clean and sober on a daily basis can be challenging making it very difficult for a person to stay positive and focused on their long term recovery goals. Reaching out for additional help and guidance during difficult times in recovery, even for person's who have already completed an inpatient or outpatient treatment program, can prevent a relapse from taking place.
Whether you're struggling with staying clean and sober or you're seeking help due to your current use of drugs or alcohol, seek help from professionals that specialize in addiction and recovery. In Raleigh, North Carolina, Westchester Substance Abuse Therapy is an outpatient treatment center that provides help for adults struggling with substance use disorders and for those struggling to maintain recovery.
Individual Evaluations: Their clients are individually evaluated to make sure they don't require medical supervision or a more intensive form of treatment for them to stop drinking or using drugs. If their client's current use of drugs or alcohol requires additional treatment, Westchester Substance Abuse Therapy center helps them to find an effective program that will meet their recovery needs.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Therapists help their clients recognize and solve problems, identify and change unhealthy and negative thinking patterns, and help them to develop healthy positive ways for coping with anxiety and depression.
Addiction: At Westchester Substance Abuse Therapy center, clients are educated about addiction and are able to understand the reasons behind their own personal problem with drugs or alcohol.
Recovery: Their clients are able to set realistic recovery goals that are attainable.
Relapse Prevention: Their clients receive the help and knowledge they need to manage their daily abstinence and develop a plan and support system to help prevent a relapse from taking place in the future.