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SERENITY LODGE CLIENT REVIEW AND FEEDBACK *Your honest feedback helps us grow. *Support When You Need It FIG. 2

How was your admissions process?

RELAPSE PREVENTION Easy to understand Not bad

Could use some work, like:

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My aftercare plan: SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Makes me feel fully prepared for my next adventure

Serenity Lodge: 866-261-5426

Has some good goals, but is missing a couple things I’m worried about, like: Could use some work, like:

My favorite part of my stay was:

FIG. 2.1

ADDICTION TREATMENT RESOURCES HALT

Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired: Conditions that, when not addressed, can leave someone vulnerable to relapse.

But I also would have liked to see: Signs of a Successful Recovery

Looks like: Maintaining a structured day, actively working the 12-steps and showing signs of gratitude.

Signs of Relapse Counselors and staff were: FIG.Found 4

in the three stages: emotional, mental and physical. they even:

Scale of 1-5 how likely are you to recommend Serenity lodge to people who need addiction treatment:

How likely are you to continue following a 12-step program upon returning home: 5/5 Very Likely

2/5 maybe not

FIG. 3.1 Great, stage 1

stage 2

HowEmotional toOk Find a Relapse: Support Group

Mental Relapse:

First stage of relapse. Looks like Alcoholics Anonymous Groups: Struggling with: www.aa.org/pages/en_US/find-local-aa/ mood swings, isolation, not asking for help, not going to meetings, poor Narcotics eating Anonymous and sleepingGroups: habits. Occurs www.na.org/meetingsearch/ when relaxation is needed.

Second stage of relapse. Looks like Final stage of relapse. 3/5 maybe glamorizing past use, lying, spending Looks like substance abuse. time with old using friends, daydreaming about relapse or planning a relapse I would be willing to share around others’ schedules.

LIFE AFTER SERENITY LODGE: Sober Lifestyle Tips and Activities

stage 3 *New opportunity to live 4/5 likely the life you dreamed. Physical Relapse:

an interview:

1/5 Probably not

my experience in

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FIG. 1

SERENITY LODGE CLIENT REVIEW AND FEEDBACK *Your honest feedback helps us grow.

How was your admissions process?

My aftercare plan:

Easy to understand

Makes me feel fully prepared for my next adventure

Not bad

Has some good goals, but is missing a couple things I’m worried about, like:

Could use some work, like:

Could use some work, like:

My favorite part of my stay was:

But I also would have liked to see:

Counselors and staff were:

Scale of 1-5 how likely are you to recommend Serenity lodge to people who need addiction treatment:

How likely are you to continue following a 12-step program upon returning home:

Great, they even:

5/5 Very Likely

2/5 maybe not

Ok

4/5 likely

1/5 Probably not

Struggling with:

3/5 maybe

Living conditions were: Great Ok

I would be willing to share my experience in an interview: Yes, my contact info is: No, thank you

Missing:

Please also review us online: The meals and food provided was:


*Support When You Need It FIG. 2

RELAPSE PREVENTION

SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) Serenity Lodge: 866-261-5426

FIG. 2.1

HALT Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired: Conditions that, when not addressed, can leave someone vulnerable to relapse.

Signs of a Successful Recovery Looks like: Maintaining a structured day, actively working the 12-steps and showing signs of gratitude.

Signs of Relapse Found in the three stages: emotional, mental and physical. stage 1

stage 2

stage 3

Emotional Relapse:

Mental Relapse:

Physical Relapse:

First stage of relapse. Looks like mood swings, isolation, not asking for help, not going to meetings, poor eating and sleeping habits. Occurs when relaxation is needed.

Second stage of relapse. Looks like glamorizing past use, lying, spending time with old using friends, daydreaming about relapse or planning a relapse around others’ schedules.

Final stage of relapse. Looks like substance abuse.

Treatment: Practice self-care. Eat nutritious meals and get quality sleep. Distract yourself from cravings through exercise, meditation or yoga.

Treatment: Attend a meeting or talk to a counselor. Do a healthy activity to keep yourself busy.

Treatment: Detox. Evaluate the situation that led to relapse. Address gaps in treatment.

*Relapse is a symptom of addiction. Indicates a missing treatment component.


FIG. 3

ADDICTION TREATMENT RESOURCES FIG. 3.1

How to Find a Support Group Alcoholics Anonymous Groups: www.aa.org/pages/en_US/find-local-aa/ Narcotics Anonymous Groups: www.na.org/meetingsearch/ Smart Recovery Groups: www.smartrecovery.org/

Housing Specific guidance can be found in your aftercare plan. Contact a housing counseling agency by calling toll-free: (800) 569-4287 Or check out: apps.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/hcs.cfm

Budgeting Support Community organizations such as libraries, banks and other community non-profits frequently offer budgeting classes as well and homeownership and foreclosure prevention workshops.


FIG. 4

LIFE AFTER SERENITY LODGE:

*New opportunity to live the life you dreamed.

Sober Lifestyle Tips and Activities FIG. 4.1

Take Care of Yourself

Stay Involved

Follow Your Dreams

Symptoms of relapse frequently occur when self-care is neglected. You have the right to a healthy body and daily opportunities for healthy relaxation. Fuel your body with a nutritious diet and maintain good sleep and hygiene to reduce stress. Break a sweat. Meditate. Count your blessings.

Recovery is an action that requires continuous attention. It is a commitment you make to yourself. Stay active in support groups to ensure lasting sobriety. Attend interest groups or volunteer for a cause you care about to build your community.

We want you to be excited about life. Now is the time to embrace a future you’ve dreamed about. Pursue hobbies that fulfill you. Apply yourself. Learn a new skill. Build a new supportive network of people who share your interests.

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