Having a good support network can have a colossal impact on a person’s ability to stay sober. Fort Worth has so much to offer, and it helps to be connected to a group of people who don’t need drugs and alcohol to see that. It is important to retain a connection during recovery with therapists, friends, and family. Contact Fort Behavioral Health by calling 844.332.1807 if you have questions about our life-changing addiction recovery programs.

Use Online Sources To Keep Up With Therapy Sessions

If you decide to go to a drug or alcohol rehab, you will eventually return to the outside world. At Fort, we encourage people to stay connected to our extensive sober network after completing their treatment. Although recovery is an intensely personal experience, your community matters. Whether you need to reach out to a therapist, attend a meeting, or get support from a sponsor, Fort Behavioral Health can help you stay connected. We offer the following addiction recovery programs:

Your Fort Worth Sober Network

We don’t know what 2021 will bring, but we know that being prepared starts with being connected. Many therapists have resources available for their clients via online platforms. At a session with your therapist, inquire about reaching out via a website, chat software, or text message for emergencies. Your therapist is likely to recommend reaching out to a therapist in your area if your treatment took place out of town. If you are local, ask if they can continue counseling in their office if you feel it is necessary.

Keep In Touch With Others Going Through Recovery

During your treatment, one of the best parts of recovery is meeting others who struggle with similar issues. People often make lifelong friends with others they meet in recovery. Treatment usually includes group sessions with a therapist. During these sessions, participants have the opportunity to discuss their feelings and concerns regarding their addiction and recovery efforts. These people are extremely helpful as you go through your treatment. During your sessions, do not hesitate to ask others for their phone numbers, emails, or social media information. When you need to reach out to someone to discuss your feelings during recovery, you will always have options.

Make Sure To Keep Family Involved

Most treatment centers provide the opportunity to stay connected with family members during the recovery process. It is wise to inquire about visiting schedules in order to schedule family counseling sessions if necessary. If you are going through treatment away from home, staying connected needs to be done via other methods. Set up a chat session online with your family so everyone can hear about your progress and maintain a connection during recovery. Stay in contact via phone or text message for quick sessions with family members. Repairing relationships with family members may seem impossible, but many people find that this is one of the most rewarding parts of recovery. 

If you are looking for a recovery center that understands the importance of maintaining a connection during recovery, Fort Behavioral Health in Texas offers online therapy and online treatment for clients. Some of our other services include:

Get your life back by taking the first step and obtaining treatment from a trusted recovery center with caring staff to guide you through the process. To find out more about us and the many services and programs we provide to our clients, give us a call today at 844.332.1807, or contact us online.


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