SUPPORTIVE HOUSING


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SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

When it comes to treating addiction, it is crucial to understand the importance of a person’s environment. Exposure to active drug users and residence in a location where drugs are easily obtained are both serious risk factors for relapse. Supportive housing combats these risks by offering comfortable and safe conditions which will ensure the effective administration and follow through of treatment. The benefits provided by supportive housing are numerous and significant.

 

Many individuals, especially youths, find themselves abusing drugs as a result of boredom. Supportive housing encourages the use of various tools of positive distraction, like beach, bowling, exercise, and other recreational activities. These distractions can be educational and motivating and serve to replace the substance abuse that the individual would previously have turned to in order to alleviate their boredom.

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When it comes to treating addiction, it is crucial to understand the importance of a person’s environment. Exposure to active drug users and residence in a location where drugs are easily obtained are both serious risk factors for relapse. Supportive housing combats these risks by offering comfortable and safe conditions which will ensure the effective administration and follow through of treatment. The benefits provided by supportive housing are numerous and significant.

 

Many individuals, especially youths, find themselves abusing drugs as a result of boredom. Supportive housing encourages the use of various tools of positive distraction, like beach, bowling, exercise, and other recreational activities. These distractions can be educational and motivating and serve to replace the substance abuse that the individual would previously have turned to in order to alleviate their boredom.

 

Participating in recreational activities with other individuals who are going through similar trials offers an opportunity to share experiences and acknowledge that you are not alone in this process. Most importantly, supportive housing takes those who are struggling with addiction away from the negative influences that plagued their former residences and offers them a nurturing and understanding environment–the ideal circumstances for recovery.

 

Drug and alcohol addiction is a disease. While many who suffer from this disease would like to enlist in a treatment program, it is a difficult step to take on one’s own; it is especially difficult because substance abuse is affecting the capability of the individual to make the right decisions. Fortunately, supportive housing aims to instill life skills that will assist in making coherent and positive decisions, which will be important during the final stage of recovery: preventing relapse.

 

In this situation, the individual is not required to plan out a detailed path to recovery. Instead, qualified health professionals will do the planning, and the patient can simply focus on recovering. Constant monitoring ensures that there is no hour during which treatment and resources are not available to patients; substance abuse treatment can be grueling and constant support is essential to the individual’s comfort and stability.

 

Throughout treatment, patients residing in supportive housing establishments will learn to live a healthier lifestyle. Of course, this starts with detoxification and the elimination of drugs and alcohol from the body, but there are several other simple steps that can be taken in order to significantly improve a person’s mental and physical health. This will help to create a fresh and healthy post-substance abuse life.

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Preparing individuals for a life free from their addiction

HELPFUL GUIDELINES

HELPFUL GUIDELINES

EXERCISE

The first simple step is exercise. Make use of the resources that are made available through supportive housing. Swimming a few laps every other day or taking a jog around your building can provide mood-enhancing endorphins as well as a healthy distraction.

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EXERCISE
 

DIET

The meals you will be receiving are geared towards healthy living. Eating health-promoting food

may improve your physical shape as well as bolster your mental health.

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LIFE SKILLS

Treatment is a learning experience. Substance abuse is a learned behavior, so the elimination of this behavior can be learned as well.

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(561) 877-4027

515 S Federal Hwy
Boynton Beach, FL 33435


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