Life can feel hopeless when you’re dependent on a substance to get through the day. However, hope is real and is possible for you, no matter how deep into addiction you believe you have fallen.
How do we know this? We’ve been there. We’ve seen it all fall apart with addiction, and we’ve seen it built back together with treatment.
Recovery from addiction on your own can be challenging because your mind and body become dependent on a substance for daily function. Without it, withdrawal symptoms can kick in, which most people cannot tolerate on their own without using the substance to cope. However, treatment under the guidance of professionals and alongside a solid community of peers at a recovery center can help you find freedom from addiction and open the doors to a better future.
Five ways drug addiction treatment at a recovery center can help you
- Stability — Finding treatment from addiction at a recovery center, like Tulip Hill Recovery, offers stability that is hard to find anywhere else. In this type of environment, clinical professionals help you manage your symptoms and build healthier coping mechanisms for any co-occurring mental health disorders that may affect your life. We support you in developing a routine that helps your daily life feel more stable and gives you a greater sense of control rather than depending on a substance to get through the day.
- Therapy — Addiction itself is oftentimes a symptom, rather than the root of the problem. If you don’t address mental health concerns, you may never get over the triggers that drive you to use the substance in the first place, which makes it hard to break out of the cycle you’re currently in.
With our dual-method approach to substance abuse treatment, we address the underlying mental health concerns that often drive addiction, and we help you develop healthy coping skills to deal with them. By working with a therapist, you will be able to develop tools needed for sustainable mental health and well-being so that you can continue to maintain long-term sobriety after completing a treatment program.
Examples of mental health conditions that fuel addiction include:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Bipolar disorder
- Community — It’s rare to be able to overcome an addiction on your own. Besides the professional help at a recovery center, you also get to be part of a community of people who are going through recovery with you or who have been where you are. A community helps to encourage you, keeps you accountable and can be a solid source of companionship.
- Education — At a recovery center, you can learn more about what fuels your addiction, what triggers your need to use, how to prevent relapses and how to cope with co-occurring mental health disorders that may drive your need to use.
- Ongoing support — Treatment at a recovery center is only the beginning of your recovery. You need a community that sticks by your side for life after treatment to help you maintain a sober and free lifestyle.
At Tulip Hill Recovery, we help provide support by offering an alumni program, which is made up of people who have been through treatment with us who can help you adjust to life in recovery. Our community is always available to help you if you are tempted to relapse or if you find yourself struggling with mental health conditions.
Start your recovery journey at Tulip Hill Recovery
Once you start down the road to addiction, it can feel impossible to turn back. This is not the case. It is difficult to break free of addiction on your own, but with the right support from a team of professionals, you can overcome addiction and live more freely.
At Tulip Hill Recovery, we focus on more than treating addiction. We use a dual-diagnosis approach to treat both addiction and the co-occurring mental health disorders that drive addiction. With this more integrated approach to treatment, we can help you develop healthier skills for coping with the challenges of a mental health condition.
Are you ready to talk to someone about treatment from alcohol addiction and building a better future for yourself? Please contact us online or call us at 877-845-8192 to get in touch with our team and start the recovery journey.