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Find Your Way Out Of Addiction With Stepping Sober Recovery Advisors

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Stepping Sober offers advice on multiple levels of care for individualized drug rehab, couples drug rehab, drug addiction treatment and alcohol treatment programs that enable you to become healthy, strong and influential. This is your journey to recovery for the mind, body and soul. Here’s our goal: that by completing a program, you will discover yourself while becoming a productive member of society. If you own this journey, you’ll leave any Stepping Sober approved Recovery facility equipped with the best tools for living a fulfilling life.

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Stepping Sober Offers Insights to Multiple Levels of Addiction Treatment Care including Medical Detox, Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Program, Outpatient Addiction Treatment, Sober Living, and more.

Although the statement, “One Day at a Time” becomes a necessary way of life for individuals starting the journey of recovery, one cannot ignore the need to cautiously look a the future and find ways for sustained recovery. At Stepping Sober we place individuals in drug rehabs suitable for them, couples drug rehabs and we work with multiple levels of care for addiction treatment. Working a strong recovery program, building healthy supports, making amends and becoming a productive member of society are all necessary to achieve success in recovery.

The following goals should be met before leaving most rehabs and thus completing the continuum:

Get Healthy, Clean, & Sober

At most drug rehabilitation facilities, clients leave after completing 30 days of addiction treatment program. After an in-patient treatment program, recommendations typically include stepping down to an intensive outpatient level of care and then continuing the step down to a sober living environment. Customized treatment programs and rehabilitation is the best option for anyone who is dependent alcohol or illicit substances. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation is an effective addiction treatment method to hit the reset button on someone who is living in active addiction.

Healing of the Mind, Body, & Soul

Even though drugs can hinder the advancement of an individual’s personal goals, drug addiction treatment is not an unbreakable set of shackles that has to bind its victim for life. However, it is important to understand that recovery from drug addiction should never be approached without professional help. The best way to beat drug addiction is by utilizing the services of a high quality addiction treatment center that is made up of highly trained professionals who provide effective and permanent rehab solutions.

Discover Healthy Coping Skills

Many addicts suffer from mental conditions including depression, anxiety, ADHD, or more and are self medicating with drugs instead of addressing the mental illness. Some treatment centers specialize in treating both addiction and mental illness. This is known in the treatment industry as dual diagnosis treatment centers or co-occurring disorder treatment centers. Therapy is offered for chemical dependency along with medication for a variety of conditions like depression and anxiety and mood disorders. The medical staff can diagnose and prescribe medicine for these issues. Group therapy and individual counseling will help deal with the added problems that come with dual diagnosis clients.

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Currently accepting couples from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.