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Aftercare consisted of meetings: AA and N/A.
They are informal, they care, they explain options None that I observed I can say that the treatment did work. They have group meetings and give you the basic skills called "tools" that you have to apply in your life. Its easier to be abstinence in a controlled environment but when you leave there coming back to the real world, there is where the dangers lie and you have to use those tools. You have to be ready to change but this has to be done for you, not your child, loved ones etc. It will not work if its not for you....when you get to THAT place in your life it goes like this WE ARE HERE BECAUSE THERE IS NO REFUGE FINALLY FROM OURSELVES, UNTIL A PERSON SHARES THEIR SECRETS, THEY HAVE NO SAFETY FROM THEM. AND BEGIN TO GROW, NOT AS THE GIANT OF OUR DREAMS OR THE DWARFS OF OUR FEARS, BUT AS A PERSON, A PART OF A WHOLE. BY THIS WE CAN TAKE ROOT AND GROW. THEN WE CAN LIVE.
My son entered the reprieve several days before he turned 19 yo after his 2nd inpatient rehab admission. He was ready to try to change his life, and the reprieve has given him all the tools and support he has needed to make that change. The 12 step program has been paramount to his sobriety. The reprieve staff has been very supportive and educational for our family throughout the process. With our son having been sober for 11 months, having success in his college courses, and his overall becoming a responsible adult, we are very proud of him and are believers in what the reprieve can do for those battling addiction that are ready to try to change their lives. Having gone through brief inpatient stays and a failed outpatient program before, our family feels strongly that a prolonged program like the reprieve is the best investment one could ever make in the life of their loved one battling the disease of addiction. To anyone reading this looking to help their loved one, stay supportive, learn not to enable their behavior, and don\'t give up. Good luck and may God bless your family.
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