This was my 8th time in treatment. The help I received was far and above anything I’d received in the past. Top to bottom, the best of the best. If you are looking for help – you don’t have to look further.
Alta Mira Alumnus
Effective Solutions for Chronic Relapse
If you have struggled to maintain sobriety, Alta Mira’s world-class treatment for chronic relapse offers you a reason to believe in lasting recovery. Our exceptional clinical program will provide you with the hope, skills, and knowledge needed to overcome a pattern of chronic relapse.
When clients come to us after relapse, they often feel disheartened. They believe they have failed, and they don’t think they will ever manage to maintain sobriety. At Alta Mira, we know that clients who struggle with chronic relapse have not failed; you just haven’t found the most effective treatment yet. Our specialists have the experience and wisdom necessary to create the ideal recovery plan for your individual needs.
Chronic relapse may occur if you have an underlying issue–a co-occurring mental health disorder that isn’t being properly treated. Until the disorder is addressed in conjunction with the addiction, sustained sobriety can be difficult.
Therefore, Alta Mira’s experts will give you comprehensive assessments (psychological, cognitive and vocational tests, along with medical, clinical and psychiatric evaluations) early in the program to help identify the best treatment options for you. Based on this knowledge, we design a highly customized treatment program that will help you deal with your own unique issues, effectively treating the roots of the relapse problem rather than temporarily covering up the symptoms.
In addition to our focus on individualized treatment plans to resolve emotional and mental health issues, the Alta Mira team knows that it’s important for you to satisfy your need for family, social, and spiritual fulfillment in order to maintain sobriety. We address this by combining a sophisticated clinical program, extensive opportunities for spiritual development, access to peer support groups, and intensive work on family dynamics, relationships, and codependency.