Almost 20 million Americans aged twelve or older struggled with a substance use disorder as recently as 2017. One in eight adults battled both alcohol and drug use disorders at the same time.
The lucky ones will begin a journey back into society and leave their addictions behind. Most will need lots of help and support along the way. Read on to find out how halfway houses fit into the road to a long and successful recovery.
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Many drug and substance abuse addicts opt for residential treatment since it is a logical step, but what happens once you have completed your inpatient stay and are not yet sober? Halfway houses offer sober living for people recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. They provide a supportive and structured residential program for persons considered to be at risk of failing after the treatment is over.
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When a 30 day inpatient drug rehab is not enough – Bridgeway Sober Living offers more. From the moment you walk through our doors, we have your lifelong recovery as our primary focus of attention, with residential programs, IOP, aftercare, and Sober Living all available to you throughout treatment. Continue reading »
Experience the unique recovery methods of residential substance abuse treatment at Austin Texas area’s most prominent rehab center. At Bridgeway Sober Living, patients are given the opportunity to make life changing decisions that can lead to long-term recovery from addiction. Feel free to explore the facility’s programs on the Web or call (512) 598-4875 for additional information. Continue reading »
Make Bridgeway Sober Living your last call when researching residential treatment centers in Texas. Change comes from taking that first step on the road to recovery- and lasting change comes from choosing the right program. Bridgeway Sober Living offers treatment options from 30-days to 9 months to ensure you have the support you need to stay sober. Continue reading »
Drug Rehab Treatment in Austin TX
Detox and residential treatment are not always enough to prevent relapse. At Bridgeway Sober Living, we offer Sober Living in Austin, TX as the best way to keep patients on track to lifelong recovery. After successfully completing an inpatient program, contact us to learn about the benefits of our Sober Living housing. Continue reading »
Very few sober living centers in Austin Texas offer intensive outpatient treatment as ongoing recovery for patients who have undergone residential treatment. At Bridgeway Sober Living, we are proud to offer one of the most widely recognized IOP facilities in the state. See a complete itinerary of our IOP programs by visiting our website. Continue reading »
At Bridgeway Sober Living, we believe rehabs that accept Blue Cross Blue Shield in Texas should also provide an opportunity for all PPO plan owners to receive addiction treatment using their benefits. We proudly take all private PPO plans and make it possible to finance drug and alcohol addiction treatment in a way that bis affordable to our patients. Continue reading »
Thanksgiving Kicksoff the Holiday Season every year
Thanksgiving is a time when family and friends get together, enjoy food and drink, and think about their blessings. This holiday feast seems like a time that everyone can look forward to, but for people in recovery from an addiction, Thanksgiving can be very stressful. Continue reading »
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Ways to Find Work After Rehab
If you’ve recently progressed through alcohol or drug rehab and have learned how to cope with and manage your addiction, you should feel like a new person. Getting through drug or alcohol treatment can be difficult and will invariably come with numerous obstacles that need to be overcome. Continue reading »