Ongoing Options for Ambien Addiction Treatment

Ongoing Options for Ambien Addiction Treatment

Ongoing Options for Ambien Addiction Treatment After Ambien rehab is complete, treatment may still continue, depending on the client’s needs and financial ability. In many cases, a person’s treatment team may recommend that the client continues with their Ambien treatment by enrolling in a sober living program and/or Aftercare. Both types of Ambien treatment programs are designed to help individuals maintain their sobriety after rehab and reintegrate back into society as a sober person.

Sober Living Programs

sober living program (also sometimes called transitional housing, transitional living programs, or halfway houses) provides safe, sober, and supportive group housing for people in recovery. The main benefit of these programs is that they offer accountability and a sober environment for people who are newly sober and don’t have a lot of experiencing sustaining their abstinence from drugs and alcohol.

Sober living homes are also particularly great for people who struggle with chronic relapse and need extra support to stay sober after rehab.

While enrolled in sober living, clients receive many different support services to help them sustain a lifestyle of sobriety. These recovery support services include:

  • Regular drug testing
  • Tiered recover programs
  • Personal monitoring
  • Volunteer, employment, and education assistance
  • Family support

These support services, in addition to the amenities offered by the transitional housing program, are often much less expensive than renting a house or apartment after completing rehab. As a result, sober living homes provide sobriety support, personal support, and financial support to people in recovery.

Although the cost of a sober living home is often less expensive than traditional housing options, the cost will vary based on the location of the home, the amenities offered, and the recovery support services that are provided.

Aftercare Programs

Aftercare programs, much like sober living programs, are designed to support people in recovery. However, they are often tailored to people who have already completed rehab for Ambien addiction and are in various stages of their sobriety. For example, a person might enroll in Aftercare after completing a transitional housing program. Or a person may start Aftercare after a recent relapse.

Much like an intensive outpatient program, aftercare programs consist of a series of outpatient group meetings in which adults in recovery discuss recovery-related issues, achievements, and challenges. Groups meet for about eight weeks and serve as a safe and supportive space where clients can discuss personal issues related to their recovery.

In some cases, overcoming severe Ambien addiction will require a comprehensive long-term addiction treatment plan. Although it will take time, effort, and a willingness to commit, it is possible to recover fully and live a sober life.

If you or a loved one is addicted to Ambien, call Nova Recovery Center today. Our admissions team is standing by ready to receive your call and provide more information about Ambien treatment options.

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