At Warner Park Recovery, we know that getting sober is only the first step towards building the life you want to live and embracing your new future with confidence. Once you’ve successfully made it through treatment, you have the incredible, potentially-terrifying opportunity to rebuild your life by your own design. We understand how big this can feel and how much work you may have to do. That’s why we provide unparalleled aftercare services for every aspect of your new life, from the professional to the psychological. “Aftercare” refers to any form of professional assistance you receive after completing acute treatment and it doesn’t have an expiration date–you can take advantage of our services for as long as you need them.
Many of the tools you develop in getting sober will go on to serve you well in other aspects of your life. Your recovery will teach you patience, emotional stability, self-awareness, internal regulation, prosocial behavior, the importance of accountability, how to form and maintain a plan for if things go wrong, and the benefits of having a strong support system. Our counselors work with you on a long-term basis to make sure you’re retaining and utilizing these skills as they apply to the rest of your life in good health.
We can also provide training and resources for developing practical life skills including financial responsibility, physical and mental exercise, improving your living situation, and establishing a social circle of positive influence.
Part of recovery means moving forward into a better life than the one you left behind. For many, this can include starting a new career path, exploring employment opportunities in areas that excite you, or rebuilding a professional trajectory that may have been damaged by addiction or mental illness. It can be daunting to face the prospect of looking for work after making such a large life change and you don’t have to do it alone. We work to help you achieve a smooth, promising career path and overcome any obstacles which may arise as a result of your path through recovery.
Like the rest of our services, we offer practical, effective job search assistance with trained professionals who take the time to understand your personal goals and needs and seek to match you with the best possible opportunities. We also offer support with resume building, establishing professional references, and doing whatever it takes to get your career moving in a positive direction.
Your recovery is a chance to start over, so don’t leave anything off the table. Many take the time after treatment to go back to school, experiment with a new trade, or learn new skills. We can connect you with resources for full-time, part-time, and virtual academia, assist you in finding apprenticeships or vocational training, and ensure that you have access to comprehensive counseling and mentoring relationships with people who are uniquely suited to help you. Whether it’s embarking on a new journey of work, school, or personal growth, we can help you establish your goals, form direct plans to meet them, and maintain contact with you to keep you accountable.
Addiction and mental disorders can wreak havoc in your home life and in your professional life. As part of our aftercare services, we offer individualized assistance with getting back on your feet, rejoining the workforce, and ensuring that you can meet your basic needs as you transition into a healthier lifestyle. We know that these things can take time and effort, which is why we provide one-on-one guidance on connecting you with resources like food stamps, disability insurance, and unemployment insurance.
We also know that sometimes your history of addiction or mental illness can pose a challenge to your professional security. We can act as a fully-informed resource for you on how to navigate the legal aspects of returning to the workforce post-treatment, as well as supporting you in identifying and taking action against any discrimination or mistreatment you may face as a result. We can help you understand your rights, such as those included in the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), which protects you from being fired if you take up to twelve weeks off in a year to address a major health condition. We can help you connect with the Employment Development Department (EDD), which provides a variety of services including helping you search for jobs or vocational training, assisting you in becoming financially independent, and accessing insurance for unemployment, disability, and family-related leave.
While an inpatient stay at a residential facility might be the best option for some, personal circumstances and responsibilities might mean that others are best served by having access to outpatient treatment. Warner Park Recovery offers a variety of highly adaptable paths to healing so that you can meet your needs without compromising any of your priorities. Our inpatient residential programs are highly successful and can be molded around your specific strengths and weaknesses.
Our outpatient programs include a number of modalities, including intensive outpatient programs (IOP), partial hospitalization programs (PHP), and detox and rehabilitation stays. We know that your treatment must suit your life and our outpatient programs offer the convenience and flexibility you need to make everything happen without missing out on the vital, transformative work that goes into a complete recovery.
Whether your needs are met by the immersive, 24/7 approach of our inpatient program, or prefer to balance your recovery with the other aspects of your life through one of our outpatient programs, our professional, compassionate staff are here to provide a personalized level of care for you at every step of the way.
Finding a job in early recovery can be both ratifying and stressful. That’s why we help, Warner Park Recovery Center has plenty of resources in our community to help build self esteem and get you back to work or show you the way to find the job you want.
Building a resume can be a tough challenge. Making it even worse could be the stresses of not having an employment history, don’t worry about it! Warner Park Recovery’s Case Managers and therapists will help you build a resume that will knock your interview out of the park.
Typically when someone decides to get sober they are dealing with a multitude of things such as debt, being in the checks system or maybe not having a back account. Warner Park Recovery help’s get you back on the right path. Opening a second chance bank account or just a general and simple plan for how to pay your debt down.
From FMLA, Short-Term Disability to Food Stamps and General Relief. Warner Park Recovery’s case managers can help you find the resources you need. The answers are out there but handling everything all at once can become stressful. That’s why we help every step of the way.
Starting to eat healthy after getting sober can be a challenge for anyone. Consistency is the key, moving forward and continuing to eat healthy with further your body, mind and soul. Warner Park Recovery helps get your nutritional base back on track.
At Warner Park Recovery our goal is to prepare you or a loved one for reintegrating into society. We help our clients with a multitude of things and can help with any other requests. Call Today!
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