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Once you have completed your residential stay with us, you’ll be embarking on a new life without addiction. During your process here, you will have broken the cycle of active addiction and started to heal from whatever it is that brought you into treatment in the first place. Throughout your journey at Delamere, you will acquire a unique set of tools that you can continue to use to protect and maintain your sobriety once you have left.
During the final treatment modules at Delamere, we help you prepare to return home to your individual circumstances. While you’re in treatment with us, you can expect to gain understanding into your individual triggers and embed coping strategies before it’s time to leave.
We have even been known to support you in what we call social coaching and de-sensitisation techniques, during which we help you prepare for social events and work functions. Provided you are active in your recovery, there is no reason you can’t live life to the full and stay safe.
Returning home can still however be daunting following a period of treatment. ‘Real life’ has a habit of taking off when addiction has been arrested and whilst this is encouraged and actively celebrated at Delamere, you will encounter challenges along the way. As you blend everyday life back in along with its inevitable stresses and strains, staying anchored to support is key.
“It isn’t about being immune to life. It’s about really living and that means there will be challenges, but there’s always support.”
This is why we continue to engage with you once the residential part of your treatment experience is complete. Our aftercare module lasts for 12 months and is an opportunity for you to stay connected and to celebrate your new life, safe in the knowledge that we’re not going anywhere. We offer weekly therapy groups, connection days and remote support for all clients who complete our programmes.
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