Recovery from substance use disorder or behavioral addiction is a life-long journey. Because addiction is a chronic condition, active treatment has no effective end date. When you have completed a structured inpatient recovery program and are ready to reenter your everyday life, you need continuing care to help you navigate your daily routine effectively. At The Raleigh House, the initial phase of treatment and continuing care are equally important.
The Raleigh House provides continuing care and aftercare services designed to give the flexible yet coordinated support you need to manage addiction successfully.
When the initial phase of recovery treatment concludes, clients are typically introduced to personalized therapeutic strategies. This is known as continuing care.
While inpatient hospitalization might be necessary for people with severe substance use disorders with reuse patterns, residential treatment can only be finite. After the 30-day, 60-day, or (ideally) 90-day treatment program, the client must transition back into independent living. Continuing care gives people in recovery the additional structure and support network necessary to encourage sobriety outside of the rehabilitation facilities.
Continuing care is also essential for clients struggling with co-occurring mood disorders. Managing conditions like depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, or bipolar disorder is vital for long-term sobriety.
At The Raleigh House, we provide an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that offers the following continuing care treatment plans:
This plan involves residence in a sober environment facility with mandatory participation in individualized treatment programs, therapy sessions, and regular group meetings five days per week. Clients are encouraged to engage with housemates on the weekends in structured activities and enjoy visits from family members and loved ones.
We offer a non-residential treatment plan that allows clients to live at home while participating in therapy and treatment programs during the day. This approach is ideal for clients who have professional or personal obligations that make residential care impractical.
This plan involves participation in nine hours of group therapy per week. This program benefits clients who have undergone extensive treatment and need additional support during the transition.
The Raleigh House continuum of care is an all-encompassing treatment strategy that includes:
We provide two apps for ongoing support in recovery. The first app is for our alumni clients and the second is for their families. Our goal is to make it easy for our clients and families to stay connected with others even after the main recovery program. Learn more.
The Raleigh House has helped more than 1,000 people transition from substance use to sobriety. We partner with our clients to discover the right combination of outpatient care services and assistance to help them both maintain sobriety and balance work/life obligations after inpatient treatment.
If you have experienced patterns of substance reuse, please contact the representatives at The Raleigh House to discuss the best solutions for your recovery.
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