One of the most important factors to the recovery journey is peer support services. Within these programs, professionals and people who have made their own recovery from mental illness and/ or addiction receive an intense formal training so they themselves can help others on their journey to a successful recovery.
Our peer support service specialists will help others like them who are also on the path to recovery from an addiction. Sunrise Detox peer support will offer practical guidance from their honest point of view since they have also lived and experienced recovery.
Peer support is often viewed as an ancillary benefit that fills in the gaps of formal treatment, but we believe it is critical for long-term recovery. Peer support services can make the difference. In addition to addiction detox and recovery, addiction support can uniquely support short-term and long-term recovery. While treatment plans help guide patients through the recovery process, intangible events and sudden stress can threaten recovery plans.
That’s where peers can provide that extra support between individual and group sessions. The road to recovery is not a straight line and the more guidance and support, the better chances of recovery and a higher quality of life. Our system is set up to provide immediate treatment through inpatient programs, followed by long-term solutions for success. Throughout that process, the group is focused on as well as the individual to achieve optimal results and sustained recovery.
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Benefits of Peer Support Services
Peer support explores a unique level of knowledge by sharing similar life experiences. These personal experiences can create meaningful awareness and understanding between peers who may have otherwise felt misunderstood.
Yes, there’s hope! Having a fellow peer who has experienced addiction can provide useful insight on how to positively manage cravings, anxiety, boredom, and thoughts of using. This is the beginning of a journey to a new life.
Joining a peer support group would not only help you but it would help others as well. Your life experiences, struggles, and personal insight may be the key to a peers successful recovery and improving their quality of life.
A great benefit of communicating with peers who share similar struggles is they may have some helpful information you haven't heard before. This can be most beneficial when learning new techniques to deal with anxiety, new ways of expressing your feelings, and more.