As 2021 ends, many people are looking within themselves to see if they have the stamina to get sober in the new year. If you have chosen sobriety as your New Year’s Resolution, you will need help to get there.
New Year’s resolutions have typically focused on the idea of self-improvement. Each year, we set goals intended to help us grow into a better version of ourselves. Getting sober in the new year is a resolution that symbolizes the fresh start and self-improvement we commit to in the coming year. Recovery is the New Year’s resolution that will change your life forever. In recovery, you can concentrate on the growth, health, and contentment you deserve. We know it will not be easy, but it will be worth it.
How to Get Sober in 2022
A New Year’s resolution to get sober is different from other resolutions because sobriety requires medical and clinical support. It’s also a resolution that can be lifesaving for some. While some resolutions can be reached with perseverance, recovery can only be achieved by staying clean one-day-at-a-time. At BriteLife, we are here to help you build a foundation of recovery.
Detox is the first step in recovery. We offer medically supervised detox in Hilton Head to help clients safely and comfortably detox from substances. After completion of detox, clients typically admit into our South Carolina residential treatment program. In residential care, our staff integrates traditional talk therapy, along with cutting-edge therapies and activities. We also offer medication assisted treatment and other treatment modalities in a resort-style campus.
South Carolina Addiction Treatment at BriteLife
Whether you choose to begin treatment in the new year or make the choice to change your life for the better now, we are here to help. The sooner you enter treatment, the sooner you can begin the journey of recovery. Our accredited addiction treatment center offers full addiction care and co-occurring disorder care for adult men and women throughout the United States. By focusing on individualized care, we treat the whole person, while addressing the underlying triggers of addiction.
About the Author
Matthew Koenig is the principal of Last Call Marketing, which devotes their efforts to Digital Marketing, Content Marketing, Website Design and SEO, primarily in healthcare and tourism concerns. Mr. Koenig is based out of South Florida. His sober date is June 10, 2013.