Detox Leads to Substance Treatment Enrollment
The detox process gradually drains your body’s residual supply of alcohol and/or drugs.
However, in order to establish a long-term pattern of abstinence, you must do much more
than wean yourself from substance use. In fact, unless you get further help, you have
an extremely high chance of quickly falling back into substance intake once your detox
program comes to an end. To stay on the path to abstinence and sobriety, you must follow
up your detox participation with enrollment in a substance treatment program. This type
of program plays an absolutely essential role by helping you understand how you first
got involved in drug or alcohol abuse, helping you change your long-term relationship to
substance intake and helping you recognize the thoughts, behaviors and environments
that significantly increase your chances of returning to substance abuse in the future.
Footprints BHC offers substance treatment resources that help you achieve every one of
these milestone objectives. In addition to the use of medications, these resources include
a range of therapy options, including individual sessions with a therapist, group sessions
with a therapist and other individuals involved in the recovery process, and family therapy
that involves loved ones affected by your substance use in the past, present or future. We
offer all of these treatments in a residential setting, as well as in two different outpatient
settings. Regardless of the nature of your substance problems, we have the tools needed
to help you live life substance-free.