Getting help after treatment.
Caron does everything possible to ensure that our patients are equipped to lead lives of sobriety, serenity, and sustained
recovery. And that doesn’t change once treatment is complete.
Maintaining sobriety with support groups.
Community support groups help
patients cope as they move through the treatment process and into the real
world. By getting involved in groups and activities, patients take ownership of
their sobriety, hold themselves accountable to others, and stay connected to treatment
in a way that further develops their newfound health and freedom.
Groups and activities that we advocate during
Recovery Care include:
- 12-Step groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
- Caron Fellowship groups
- Caron alumni buddy programs
- Caron Breakthrough's 5-day, experiential workshops, where patients can find a higher level of happiness and purpose.
- Volunteer opportunities
Individuals who regularly attend
AA or NA meetings (and develop relationships with sponsors) tend to enjoy
successful, lasting outcomes. For this reason, we strongly encourage all patients to attend AA and/or NA when they complete formal treatment at Caron.
We believe in you.
Most importantly, Caron's Recovery Care professionals believe in you. They are readily available and eager to encourage, motivate, and help you
realize your ability to stay sober for life.