Addiction is a chronic mental illness, and just like other chronic diseases (including diabetes and heart disease) it can be treated and managed, but not cured.
Once you’ve made it through detox and our addiction treatment program (either Residential Inpatient Program or the Intensive Outpatient Program), you will likely be transitioned into our continuing care program, also referred to as an aftercare program or continuum of care program.
Unlike intensive treatment, continuing care is designed to build on the progress you’ve already made and provide additional tools and support so you can continue your recovery, stay accountable, and stay motivated.
- Recovery Coaching — You’ll meet with your therapist and counselors to discuss things like goals, ways to improve your relationships, dealing with cravings, and coping with triggers. You’re out of treatment now, but you’re still not alone. We’re here to coach you as you reintegrate back into your life and the community.
- Peer Support — Group meetings will allow you to connect with others who have gone through treatment. Some are newly recovered, like you, and others who have maintained recovery for weeks, months or even years. It’s an opportunity to share experiences, to learn from each other, and to draw strength from each other.
- Primary Care Clinic — Our primary care clinic is designed to provide ongoing medical care by doctors and nurses who already understand your addiction and any complications related to it. Learn more about our Primary Care Clinic.
The important thing to remember is that you’re not alone. Continuing Care is just another step on your journey to recovery and we are here for you every step along the way.
Start Your Journey to Recovery at Wyoming Recovery
The addiction treatment specialists at Wyoming Recovery have decades of experience helping patients overcome their addictions. Are you ready to start your journey to recovery? Call us at (307) 265-3791 or fill out this online form to speak with a case manager and apply for admission.