30 Day Program
Do you want to stop relapsing? Any Length Recovery Center offers an intensive program for men who have relapsed while in sober living. The reason we offer a program like this one is that if you have relapsed while in sober living then you probably don’t need to go back to treatment. There’s no right or wrong way to recover from addiction. This is reflected in the many different recovery resources that are available today. However, few recovery tools condense an intensive recovery regimen into a 30-day period. At our 30-day recovery center in Austin, Texas, you’ll receive a level of individualized care. Meanwhile, you’ll benefit from an intensive regimen that’s designed to help individuals learn more about why they became addicted, take their recoveries to the next level, renew their knowledge of the Twelve Steps, and with anything else they might need before progressing to back into men’s sober living in Austin, Texas.
The Any Length Retreat Program
Not everyone has the same needs when it comes to addiction recovery. Our Men’s Recover-Center is a 30-day addiction rejuvenation regimen that takes individuals through the entire recovery process in an expedited manner. Each of our recovery methods is designed to offer a very individualized journey of recovery. The Any Length Retreat is for men who have relapsed in another sober living environment or for other men who are currently in a treatment center and need an effective aftercare program. Any Length Recovery Center offers the 30-day program on a case-by-case basis.
The best use of our 30-day recovery from addiction center in Austin, Texas, is to go into the program with an open mind. Many individuals in the Any Length Retreat are seeking answers as to why they became addicted to alcohol or drugs in the first place. Alternately, many guests in our 30-day addiction recovery center want to take their recovery to the next level. This 30-day recovery center for men in Austin, Texas can also be an intensive crash-course on the Twelve Steps and how to apply them in their daily lives.
Below you’ll find more information regarding what to expect from Any Length Retreat.
Assessing the Cause of Addiction
Many of us assume that when it comes to addiction, it’s the alcohol or drugs that are the problem. In fact, many addicts’ loved ones tend to think this way, believing that the source of the problem is the addictive substance. However, this type of thinking is incorrect. The real problem with addiction is the addict because it’s the addict who comes to see alcohol or drugs as a solution. Over time, continually relying on alcohol or drugs as one’s answer inevitably results in the development of chemical dependency and addiction; seeking and consuming the substance of choice becomes the primary goal.
Addiction is a disease with roots through one’s body, mind, and soul. Overcoming this disease isn’t a matter of taking medication or seeing a counselor; instead, recovery requires a person to address some different aspects of the disease. This process differs for every individual who suffers from addiction, but one of the main focuses of our 30-day addiction recovery center for men in Austin, Texas, is in helping each to determine the cause or causes of his addiction.
Many different factors can contribute to the developments of addiction. Some believe there’s a firm biological basis for the development of dependence with individuals inheriting genes from their parents that make them more likely to become addicted. As well, there are a variety of environmental factors, including being around other addicts, witnessing substance abuse at an impressionable age, or merely having easy access to mind-altering substances. We believe that if you are the real alcoholic or drug addict, then the only way to stop relapsing is by being willing, honest, and open-minded. In our 30-day Retreat, we want to guide each resident through the process of discovering what led to the development of the addiction.
Understanding what led to one’s addiction is a crucial part of the recovery process for many reasons. The most important reason is that discovering the cause of the addiction will allow a person to take steps to ensure that those causes don’t result in a future relapse. As well, learning about one’s journey into addiction is cathartic, facilitating the healing process and helping a person to learn from past mistakes and use those experience to help other men in recovery.