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When a person ends drug rehabilitation, the process of recovery isn’t over. The time after a person leaves a rehab facility is just as important as their time in the program. There are ways to continue healing and practice sobriety while getting back to a normal life routine. Transitional facilities are always an option for those recovering from addiction. These houses are completely drug and alcohol free and give residents structure and accountability partners to help with recovery. Typically, these places are a good place to transition back to living independently by staggering a person’s exposure to the pressures of the real world. Many use support groups or meetings to stay accountable for recovery. Typically, when a person has friends to help them stay on track mentally, they are more likely to stay on the path of sobriety.

The program most recognized is Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous. This allows people to have a sponsor or partner to keep up with during the week and express struggles or share daily victories. But there are also less traditional methods of staying on track. Some people choose fun or stress relieving activities for their daily routine to alleviate the symptoms that led them to use drugs or alcohol in the past. This could include meditating, listening to music or going on a run. Others stay involved in religious activities in their church or place of worship. Just as everyone is different, so is each person’s path of sobriety. While the recovery process is always ongoing, every day sober is another step in the right direction.

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