How extensive is addiction recovery monitoring?
Recovery monitoring also includes establishing sober living arrangements and housing if needed. Some addicts may not have a stable place to go back to when they finish drug rehab. Our recovery case management will meet the unique needs of the families we work with. Aftercare is important, and the family should have some input in choosing the aftercare plan. There are many options for aftercare, such as outpatient counseling, peer support groups, 12-step meetings, sober living homes or communities, or working with counselors. Once an aftercare plan has been set, the focus then shifts to program compliance and ensuring your loved one is following the recommendations of the program. Newman Interventions can help a family with this, provide recommendations, guidance, and help aid in the recovery through support.
The Importance of Family Support
Ongoing treatment and support are essential and most relapses happen within the first six months after treatment and a portion of recovery has been done. The risk of a fatal relapse is even higher when you are sober, because of no longer having the same tolerance for drugs or alcohol. Our intervention team is there for the family and will provide the support well after the intervention has been completed. Recovery monitoring and case management is an important part of the intervention process and does contribute to the success of your loved one’s recovery. Every family plays an important role within all of this, and the support they offer their loved one, while still maintaining boundaries is essential. Our family intervention team will help your family through this entire process and will be there every step.