Outpatient (OP) Wellness Restoration Group
Where To Start
Treatment can be emotionally, socially, and professionally disruptive. Our OP wellness restoration group goes above and beyond the traditional OP program by focusing on addiction alongside other symptoms like depression, anxiety, and much more. We offer a weekly program consisting of individuals sessions and weekly 90 groups with a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs. Working with a professional and warm mannered counselor weekly, you will have a partner who will guide you through the journey to wellness restoration
The Group – Education And Support
Groups are a key part of Bring Hopes Wellness Restoration process because they offer key education influenced on evidence based models, for Example:
- Educating clients about SUDs, patterns and consequences of use, relapse risks, the treatment process,
and types of mutual-support groups
- Providing early recovery, coping, and relapse prevention skills
- Building recovery supports, including the use of peer support services and mutual-support groups
Addressing obstacles to engaging in treatment and maintaining recovery
- Providing physical and psychological symptom management by monitoring and addressing the
symptoms or referring the client, as indicated
- Engaging families, as defined by the client, and providing education on SUDs, patterns and
consequences of use, family dynamics, and treatment and recovery processes
- Providing emotional support and enhancing motivation
Groups also offer mutual support alongside other individuals who are also working through the wellness restoration. Each group member is unique with his or her own experiences including strengths that together in the group offer a wealth of support for each other to help strengthen growth and long-term abstinence from Alcohol and other abused Substances
A Wellness Restoration Program That Supports Your Success By helping to Improve:
Four major dimensions of Wellness Restoration
- Health: Make informed, healthy choices that support physical and emotional well-being.
- Home: Have a stable and safe place to live.
- Purpose: Engage in meaningful daily activities, such as a job or school, volunteering, caring for your family, or being creative. Work for independence, income, and resources to participate in society.
- Community: Build relationships and social networks that provide support