Continuing Care Begins When You Arrive
We care for our clients long after they leave our recovery center. Sobriety is a lifelong journey, and while we guide everyone through the process during their time BriteLife, our commitment and support never ends. Each client will face their own unique set of challenges once they complete addiction therapy. Our staff fully recognizes how difficult it can be to return home or re-enter the community following your discharge, which is why our objective is to provide the tools needed to live a happy, healthy life and prevent relapse. We work closely with our clients to create customized transition plans, develop goals, and address any potential questions or concerns you may have.
BriteLife South Carolina is with You Long After Treatment
The first year after completing rehab will challenge your perseverance and is often difficult for most clients. Through our aftercare treatment program, we offer therapy and telehealth solutions that are intended to instill confidence and strength, while ensuring a client is progressing and preserving their recovery.
Our Continuing Care program includes:
- Case management
- Outpatient referrals
- Family therapy
- Individual therapy
- Recreational activities
- Social events
- Support group meetings
While you should take great satisfaction in completing treatment at BriteLife South Carolina, you must always remain committed and steadfast in your search for continued addiction care and assistance, as these improve both your quality of life and long-term success. If necessary, our team will communicate with appropriate, pre-determined, third parties to furnish any required employment or legal/judicial updates on a client’s behalf.
Continuing Care to Prevent Relapse
During rehab and beyond, clients benefit from strategies that recognize problems and find solutions for them. Triggers are unique to the person that experiences them, so this must be an individualized system. Simply associating those personal triggers is a big step in the right direction. After recognizing triggers, clients and therapists work in partnership to find alternate activities that are substance free. Typical triggers include strain, hunger, thirst, loneliness, money problems and more. Therefore, solutions must be just as customized. Some clients report that running, or biking helps to lessen triggers, while others prefer yoga or weightlifting.