Drug addiction is a major problem, affecting over 21.5 Americans. According to NHS, drug addiction is a disease and requires attention promptly. We have made it our life’s purpose to help you and your family, in your journey of recovery. We pride ourselves on our highly qualified staff and are fully licensed by the government. Our commitment to helping you back on your feet is unparalleled.
Personalized recovery plans focuses on 8+ areas of your life: emotional health, environmental health, financial health, intellectual health, occupational health, physical health, social health, and spiritual health. We create corrective measure plans of action that are attainable for these specific areas to ensure growth is attainable. More importantly, we create accountability around scheduling appointments and attendance with doctors, therapists, clinicians, as well as consistent medication dosage and timing.
Tracking and Accountability
- Weekly In-Person Meetings for a Minimum of 1-2 Hours
- A Personal Number Available 24hrs
- 5-10 Minutes of Guided Meditations
- Personalized Goals for Full Recovery
- Recovery Plan of Action in 8+ Areas
- Balancing 8 Dimensions of Wellness
- 1-on-1 Steel-to-Steel Accountability
- Budgeting Tools to Balance Finance
- Allocations for Income Percentages
- Individualized Healthy Eating Habits
- Physical Fitness Plan for Active Goal
- Urinalysis and Breathalyzer Charting
- Guidance for Obtaining an Sponsor
- Effective Time Management Practice
- Employment – Building Your Resume
- Contact with Family and Loved Ones
- Contact with Sponsor or Spiritual Adviser
Why Addiction Accountability Is So Important
The single most important part of your drug recovery is your own personal accountability. Even with the best support and resources, you cannot expect to stay sober if you are not accountable for your actions. You must take an active role in your treatment, and there are many different ways to do this.
Recovery is not just about quitting drug use. It a transformative period that will help you build the skills you need to succeed throughout life including self-discipline, honesty and effective communication. The many accountability tools we offer help you to stay on track and meet your goals for sober living.
How Accountability Affects Addiction
Many people spend months or years in denial about their addiction. When the time comes to finally get help, being accountable will make the difference between staying sober and relapsing.
You can go through an addiction program in one of two ways: dragging your feet, dreading each session and waiting for it to end, or actively participating, asking questions, being transparent and allowing yourself to grow.
Ways to Be Accountable During and After Rehab
There are multiple resources available that can help you be more accountable and take charge of your recovery. You deserve to feel involved and empowered.
We believe that even if your addiction was a solitary path, recovery should never be. You need a collaborative drug recovery program that makes you feel included in your sobriety and part of a larger network of family, friends, sponsors, spiritual advisors and addiction recovery specialists.
Even with that much support,addiction must be addressed on an internal level. No one can make the internal change for you. Accountability means you accept this responsibility and make use of all the resources available to help you. Some of the best ways to remain accountable during your recovery are outlined below. Everyone’s needs and recovery style are different, and we encourage you to start the process with an open-mind, an attitude to not defend, and an understanding that spiritual license is the most powerful tool to stay sharp spiritually.
Emotional support plays a major role in drug addiction recovery success. The process of mending ties with your family can be incredibly healing and help you feel both mentally restored and spiritually motivated as you recreate your life.
Family support helps each member of a household understand their role in a recovery program so they can offer the best level of support possible.
Working alongside a fellow addict in recovery can help you feel less alone and connected to the power of hope. Often times, getting sober means cutting ties with one’s social circle. Accountability partners offer a lifestyle that is not oriented around drugs and gives you a tangible alternative to using again.
Accountability partners in recovery programs build one another up, lend a listening ear and are able to empathize with one another through their mutual goal.
The Importance of Rituals and Routine
Your spiritual, mental and physical health all play major roles in your recovery. Commit to a diet plan, workout routine and other regimens that fill your day with purpose and provide a sense of structure to your life. Our addiction accountability program also helps those in recovery learn to be more responsible with making and keeping appointments with doctors, therapists and clinicians, as well as staying on track with taking any necessary medications.
Rather than waking up every day and wondering where to go from here, routines give you something to focus on each day and help you take accountability for your recovery one goal at a time.
Contact us today to get help now and begin the journey to a full recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.