If you’ve relapsed after a sober living program or an inpatient rehab before, you might ask yourself if you even deserve a second chance. Sober living didn’t work for you before, why would it be any different now? The short answer is: not every program is created equally. And, even something as unfortunate as a relapse can be used as a powerful lesson to power your drive and commitment to sobriety to ensure it doesn’t happen again. Our tailored team at Lighthouse Recovery in Dallas is here to help you stay sober and give you a second chance (or third or fourth!) even if you have relapsed before.
Here’s a few reasons why you deserve a second chance at sober living through Lighthouse Recovery:
- Not every sober living program is the same
It’s the truth. At Lighthouse Recovery, we are a nationally recognized sober living program with a 78% success rate in maintaining sobriety for those graduating our program. Some key features of our uniquely success program that helps prevent relapse include:
- Progress-based program which is hyper-personalized. We set individual goals and milestones for each resident so there are always chances to build confidence and control back within a timeframe that works for the individual.
- Small 3:1 resident-to-staff ratios (instead of 10:1 like some programs) allows us to know, see, and understand each resident.
- Specific programming on relapse prevention
- Licensed, experienced therapists with Master’s degrees who dig into the underlying causes of your addiction, not who only deal with the symptoms and effects of it.
- A range of science-based modalities to combat addiction, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), psychodynamic interpersonal therapy (PIT), and eye movement desensitization, and reprocessing (EMDR).
- Option to continue on with your personal case manager after graduation. Many of our graduates wisely choose to continue with case management for 6 months to one year after graduation. This continuum of care helps prevent relapse and maintain accountability.