Addiction Self-Help Support

Self-Help, Support, and Wellness

Addiction self-help, as well as ongoing support, are integral and necessary in making a full recovery, which is why we also have specialists from both Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous, NJ, on-premise daily to give our patients the reinforcement they need for relapse prevention.

The Road to Long-Term Addiction Recovery

AA and NA state that by making 90 meetings in 90 days, you are on the road to long-term addiction recovery. Meeting with these groups enables patients to relate to others with similar struggles, tell their stories in a supportive environment, and get useful strategies that focus on continued self-help – so they can move on in everyday life knowing they are not alone.

In addition to participating in meetings and support groups, we encourage our patients to focus on getting healthier through gentle exercise that helps heal the mind and the body. This physical reconditioning emphasizes breathing exercises, meditation, and spending time outdoors along the tranquil walking path on our beautiful grounds.

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