Recovering from addiction is possible, even after multiple relapses.
“My child has been to treatment centers multiple time, but always relapses. Is there any hope for long term sobriety?” This sentiment is a common one, where families of those with addiction feel hopeless and ready to give up.
It can seem that the person they knew before addiction, that person with a world of potential and a bright future, is gone forever. They grieve the loss of that person and struggle to find them within the shell of the addiction. Sometimes they are ready to give up after years of trying to help this person they love, but no longer know. They have had the joy of seeing their loved one sober for a time, only to see the dreaded relapse occur – again and again.
Recovering from addiction isn’t easy, but it is possible, and it does happen – even after multiple relapses; individuals can and do find and maintain sobriety. To do so they need a facility that understands relapse and can help both the individual and the family understand relapse too.
Long term sobriety is more than getting the substance out of your system.
Long term sobriety is much more than getting the substance out of the system of the individual. That is just the beginning of the process. Addiction isn’t just physical, it is emotional, social and psychological, and is a part of the person’s thought process.
Recovery is learning how to recognize thoughts that lead back to relapse and understanding that a relapse in thinking occurs prior to the actual relapse. Discovering how this happens on a deeper level helps those in recovery from addiction not fall victim to another relapse.
Recovery is overcoming the shame and guilt that has increased with each relapse and making peace with the past as hope is built for the future. Recovery is rediscovering self-respect and the dreams for the future that once seemed gone forever.
Our participants are called guests, because we are inviting them to see addiction differently.
Gulf Breeze Recovery is a holistic treatment center with a dedicated staff of professionals who understand addiction, and recovery and relapse prevention. Our process of treatment uses the most up to date, scientifically proven treatment modalities to offer the best opportunity for long term recovery.
Participants in the program at Gulf Breeze Recovery are called guests, and that is how they are treated, with respect and courtesy. The program at Gulf Breeze Recovery continues even after guests complete the “official” program; they are matched with a continuing education provider who they work with as they make the transition back to their home and families. In addition, Gulf Breeze Recovery provides ongoing remote and in-person support groups that help past guests continue their recovery.
Gulf Breeze Recovery also offers weekly remote groups for family members to help them better understand the treatment process their loved one is going through and how to best help them with their recovery when they return home.
Gulf Breeze Recovery’s staff of professionals is there every step of the way to help offer support as those with addiction and relapse reclaim their lives and their freedom.
When you decide that Gulf Breeze Recovery is the right choice for you, contact us at Gulf Breeze Recovery or call: (855) 433-4480 to speak to an addiction expert to learn more about our program that has helped so many people overcome their addiction and embrace life.
We help people not just to survive, but to THRIVE®.
Watch Dawn's unscripted testimonial of her experience with our non 12 step holistic drug and alcohol treatment program. Dawn is a former guest of Gulf Breeze Recovery. She had experienced many disheartening relapses and struggled to get to the root cause of her addiction. She found answers that overcame all her doubts. She found hope and, ultimately, a new life after rehab. Our guests talk best about our THRIVE© Total Health Recovery program watch more unscripted testimonials.
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