At The Way Back we help our clients learn to understand the consequences of addictive behavior and develop alternative coping methods. While in residential, you will learn to make positive choices, cope with urges while building a new lifestyle and develop relapse prevention skills.
7 Foundations of Recovery
Often, individuals who suffer from substance use disorder have, for many years, participated in self-defeating behavior. Breaking that cycle and promoting change doesn’t happen overnight, so The Way Back offers a comprehensive assessment and reassessment process, to accurately monitor your treatment, and your length of stay.
A typical day at The Way Back consists of spiritual wellness walks and meditation, education and clinical groups, free time for job search, employment or volunteer work, and personal time. Each participant is assigned a substance use disorder counselor who will act as a case manager in addition to assisting in all facets of the treatment process.
In addition, clients will have an individual counseling session weekly to assess progress on treatment plan goals. Treatment plans are created collaboratively with client and counselor to make sure that every treatment plan is client-centered. Treatment plans are created by day 10 of residency and updated every 30-days.
The Way Back encourages men to be more self-aware, dignified and self-respecting, thereby gaining greater self-esteem. We encourage personal growth through personal responsibility. Clients learn valuable social skills enabling them to maintain recovery and successfully integrate as productive members of their community.