Many people will ring in the New Year by celebrating with friends and family, drinking and partying the night away. For those struggling with addiction, a New Year’s resolution to quit substance abuse is a great way to start the new year healthy and sober. To help you achieve your addiction recovery goals, an outpatient addiction recovery program is available to help those who are ready to commit to their addiction recovery.
At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we specialize in all types of drug and alcohol addiction with detoxing and outpatient treatment programs. We include medication-assisted treatment to help with your withdrawal symptoms. Plus, behavioral therapy programs will help you better understand your addiction and what is driving it. To get help with your New Year’s resolution for a sober 2022, call 833.448.0127 today to begin your outpatient addiction recovery program.
Setting Realistic Goals for Your Recovery
Many people will make New Year’s resolutions with high hopes of changing their lives for the better. The most popular resolutions for 2022 include eating healthier, getting enough sleep each night, and joining a gym. With addiction cases on the rise over the last year due to the pandemic and continuing financial hardships, getting sober is a New Year’s resolution many people will be making.
Patients who have never gone through addiction recovery may not understand how difficult addiction recovery can be. They assume that their withdrawal symptoms will end after a few days or weeks, and they are cured. In reality, most treatment programs last 30 – 90 days and require a lifetime commitment to maintaining their sobriety. Many patients will complete a program and continue to attend therapy sessions for years as they continue to feel their cravings once in a while.
Patients who succeed with their addiction recovery understand that recovery will take time and will do everything they can to reach their goals. Patients who are successful with their addiction recovery have realistic goals and commit to:
- Setting aside quiet time each day for reflection and contemplation
- Maintain their health through exercise and healthy eating
- Attend therapy sessions on a regular basis
- Work on mending fractured relationships
- Create a sober home environment
Outpatient Addiction Recovery
To help with your addiction recovery goals, Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery offers outpatient addiction recovery programs for patients who are physically and mentally fit. An outpatient addiction recovery program can help patients whose withdrawal symptoms are not as severe and who have a stable home environment. Without a sober home, the road to recovery can be more difficult.
During outpatient treatment, you will work with therapists and your peers to create healthy coping skills that will help you throughout your life. You will learn to recognize your triggers and practice your coping skills with others in the program. Meanwhile, medical professionals will administer FDA-approved medication to reduce your withdrawal symptoms and allow you to focus on your recovery as well as your home and work commitments.
Other benefits of an outpatient addiction recovery program include:
- A rehab program that fits your schedule
- A more private rehab experience
- A tailored treatment program to meet your individual needs
- More affordability than inpatient programs
Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery Can Help You with Your Addiction Recovery Goals for 2022
Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery is a 100% outpatient addiction treatment facility that uses medication-assisted treatment and cognitive-behavioral therapy to help patients reach their goals for a sober 2022. To help you maintain your sobriety, we include various addiction treatment therapies to help you get a better understanding of your addiction:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
- Individual and group therapy
- Family counseling
- Neurofeedback therapy
- Case management and peer support
If you or a loved one want to start 2022 off sober, call 833.448.0127 today to discuss your addiction recovery goals and more information about our outpatient addiction recovery program.