(PRWEB) October 09, 2013
IntoAction Treatment is proud to announce the immediate opening of the Change House, which is designed to support alumni patients as they transition back into the real world. The Change House contains eight beds and is certified by the Florida Association of Recovery Residences (FARR). The house requires a structured daily schedule with a commitment of at least six months. The ultimate goal is to allow men to reintegrate with everyday society and be able to carry with them their new ideals and perceptions. At $150 per week, the Change House is reasonably priced for families who want their loved ones to continue to receive care after they have been released from the main treatment facility.
Big Book Step Study and Florida Drug Rehab
As with all of the other activities associated with IntoAction, the new facility makes liberal use of the Big Book Step Study. Residents are asked to admit that they will not be able to conquer their demons without outside help. Through the 12 steps put forth in the Big Book, residents of the halfway house will be expected to examine and rectify past grievances with the help of a trusted sponsor. By making amends for these errors, residents will be able to move forward with a clean slate. In fact, addiction can cause severe damage to marriages, families and friendships. The goal is for addicts to take responsibility for their prior actions and ultimately embark on a new journey in life. By using the Big Book, residents of the Change House can modify their behaviors so that they can overhaul their lives and help others who are suffering from the same addictive tendencies.
Benefits of Long-Term Sobriety Houses
When it comes to Florida drug rehab programs, IntoAction's halfway house offers a number of prominent benefits. In fact, patients who have recently left IntoAction's main recovery facility may feel quite vulnerable. A halfway house will provide people with a bit more freedom as they continue the recovery process. While residents may be able to leave the halfway house during the day, they will nevertheless need to remain wholly abstinent when it comes to drugs and alcohol. The halfway house must remain free of these substances at all times. Residents will also have to adhere to a specific curfew set out by the managers of the facility.
All of IntoAction's projects are designed to promote steady progress through time. Residents will be able to ease back into everyday life while remaining true to their new convictions. Most individuals will eventually be able to find jobs, rebuild defunct relationships and find meaning on the grand stage of life.