When it comes to addiction recovery, there are a plethora of resources available today. Like people, treatment centers come in all shapes and sizes, and they have many different focuses. However, at our 60-day addiction Recovery Center for men in Austin, Texas, our goal is to simplify the recovery process by providing recovery centers for anyone, at whatever length they might need. Specifically, we offer three essential Retreats: 30-day, 60-day, and 90-days or longer. But while the periods of the Retreats differ, there’s one crucial thing that remains the same in all three: You are undoubtedly, unequivocally the focus. We provide an alternative method of addressing addiction. Instead of focusing on why drugs and alcohol are the problems, we focus on why they were the solution. We give men the opportunity to recreate their lives by taking action in the 12 step recovery process which has been proven to work for over 70 years. Our 30-day addiction recovery center for men in Austin, Texas, offers this highly-personable Retreat in the popular 30-day, format. With our 30-day addiction recovery center for men, our goal is to help you build a strong foundation for your recovery from alcohol or drug addiction.
The 30-Day Program
The 30-day men’s recovery center for men in Austin, Texas is undoubtedly one of the most common and widespread. Part of the reason why it’s so popular is that it’s very smartly designed. Research has shown us that developing a habit takes at least three weeks, so our 30-day Retreat will allow individuals suffering from alcohol and drug addiction to get acclimated to their newfound sobriety. The Any Length Retreat is designed to help people achieve the basics of recovery and begin the process of turning those recovery basics into the foundation of their new lives; in other words, their recoveries are “taking root.” However, the 30-day Retreat offers sufficient length for individuals to begin “branching” out to other areas of recovery. As you’re undoubtedly aware, addiction recovery is a very multifaceted journey and people suffering from addiction have a full range of addiction needs; this means that the Retreat needs to be flexible so they can address such a spectrum of needs. Many people believe that when it comes to addiction, it’s the alcohol or drugs that are the problem. It’s understandable why this would be such a common misconception; however, the real root of addiction is the actual addict because it’s when a person begins to see alcohol or drugs as a solution that addiction becomes inevitable. That’s why a primary focus of our 30-day Retreat is why addicts do the things they do. We want to help every addict learn about addiction in greater detail, including the common causes and contributors, what psychological and physiological changes addiction causes, and how addicts could continue to abuse alcohol or drugs in spite of the consequences.
Emphasis on The Twelve Steps
There’s probably not a single person who’s not, at least in some small way, familiar with the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. The twelve-step method has been used by hundreds of millions of people for close to a century. In fact, this is why the Twelve Steps are often used as the bedrock of most treatment centers. What’s so unique about the Twelve Steps is that, rather than being a recovery tool that addresses only one dimension of addiction, working the Twelve Steps will help a person to achieve, physical, emotional, spiritual, and social recovery. It’s a balanced approach that many other methods have unsuccessfully tried to duplicate. At Any Length Recovery Center, we recognize the usefulness and importance of the Twelve Steps by incorporating the twelve-step method into the 30-day Retreat. Whether you’re religious, spiritual, or neither, there’s inherent value in working the Twelve Steps, and that’s why we cover them over the course of our 30-day addiction recovery center in Austin, Texas. Although spiritual recovery is there if a person wants it, the most important takeaways from the Twelve Steps include being able to assess one’s character defects, developing the strength of character to overcome those defects, understanding the value of one’s relationships, learning how and why to make amends for wrongs committed against others, and learning about the importance of fellowship and community.
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