The Alumni Program at BriteLife South Carolina
Alumni programs are crucial to everyone in recovery. We believe that a client's completion of rehab is the beginning of something new. Right from the beginning, we draft our clients' long-term recovery plans. As a matter of fact, the people you attend rehab with will instinctively be some of your first sober supports. We are here to help you or a family member in any way we can. Alumni members remain a major source of inspiration during recovery, even after they have completed rehab. Once your rehab episode is complete, BriteLife’s aftercare programs are still here for you - locally, in-person, or via through emerging telehealth.
Find Built-In Inspiration from Other BriteLife Alumni
Connecting with our alumni program doesn’t secure that you will stay sober, but it can help keep you responsible to your recovery peers. Our alumni see themselves as being happy, peaceful, and grateful for our addiction rehab programs.
BriteLife alumni who remain active and involved in the recovery community always outshine over someone who doesn’t participate. The alumni program continues to nurture personal relationships that turn into bonds and life-long sober supports. Most importantly, it keeps them active and interested in sober community activities.
Addiction Alumni Programs Help Sustain Recovery
When clients finish our residential program and participate in the alumni program, they stay involved. The BriteLife alumni program is intended to keep everyone connected through a central, private digital page. Moreover, the same cohorts who encouraged your recovery while in treatment are still there for you once treatment ends. For this reason, we manage a private Facebook group to facilitate interactions.
Our alumni coordinator will also help you pinpoint and connect with local 12-step programs in your area. Likewise, they will provide essential resources you can immerse yourself in to sustain your sobriety. The alumni program allows you to keep in contact with treatment staff who will remain an important resource. By keeping these relationships in place, you can have the lasting support and care you need as you progress as in your recovery, one day at a time!