The alumni program is one of the strongest facets of addiction treatment aftercare. Building a bridge from treatment to long term sobriety is our biggest cornerstone. Our alumni program is a vital component to the recovery of each and every one of our clients. The Safe Haven Recovery's alumni program is designed to keep you connected to your peers as we continue to support each other and champion success in life on its own terms.
Safe Haven alumni often tell us they feel motivated by the success of their peers and inspired by others who demonstrate that addiction treatment does work. Alumni are always welcome back to Safe Haven Recovery and to maintain communication with our staff. Not only have we succeeded in seeing you on your way to long term sobriety, but we have developed a greater connection with you. We are a family and all look after each other. All alumni are encouraged to help others make positive changes in their life, especially those who are just beginning their journey in recovery. Get involved today – the fellowship, love and support is a unique experience that shows us a life beyond our wildest dreams!
In the world of substance abuse recovery, alumni programs are becoming an increasingly vital opportunity for those who have completed drug addiction treatment. People in recovery who have just completed partial hospitalization programs or intensive outpatient programs can stay connected with their recovery peers. The connection can only reinforce their commitment to addiction recovery and help ease concerns and fears of other alumni.
New alumni can absorb from those who have completed the recovery process and are forging long-term sobriety for themselves. This allows everyone to get a better idea of the challenges they might face going onward. It also provides a forum to bring issues, triggers, and difficulties to light. Here, attendees can get advice and vent in an environment that is free of judgment. Most of all, this allows for the opportunity to create great friendships with people who have the same sobriety commitments.