What Is Relapse Prevention?
A relapse can throw a wrench into any successful recovery effort. Even when a client has gotten treatment and is slowly reacclimating to daily life, the potential for relapse can become a concern. This trend is most prominent in the first 90 days of recovery, as that is the most likely period for relapse.
Transcend believes that with adequate support, making a full recovery is a reality. We intend to help our clients recognize this, which is where our relapse prevention plans come into play.
The idea of relapse prevention involves helping our clients to strengthen the required skill set needed to maintain sobriety. Of course, developing these skills and leaning on them takes some getting used to, but we provide the necessary support at every step.
Through careful organization and assessment for a proper relapse prevention plan, we contribute positively to the recovery effort, which benefits the personal growth of the client. We understand the risk of relapse at any stage of recovery, and this level of understanding is what allows us to provide adequate aid.