Join Our Family this Holiday

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Join Our Family this Holiday

By Lakeview Health
Lakeview Health
Published: December 15, 2020

For as long as there have been humans, there has been loneliness. It’s inevitable. Though we are social creatures, we can’t be together always. When confronted with extended periods of isolation, your challenge is to find ways of coping with loneliness. It is not healthy to be isolated from others during the holidays.  At Lakeview Health, we want to help you overcome the challenges that go along with loneliness and addiction – and be in a safe place.  Fortunately, now is the perfect time to join our recovery family.

Without ways of coping with loneliness, you can become susceptible to depression or other mood disorders. And when that happens, you also are at greater risk of substance abuse. If you’ve already fallen prey to addiction, now is the best time to start the path of addiction recovery. To learn more, reach out to Lakeview Health today at 866.704.7692.

We don’t recover from Substance Abuse alone.

People who are lonely and anxious or depressed tend to have a higher risk of turning to drugs and alcohol to ease their pain.

As we’ve said, loneliness is a state of mind. Without effective ways of coping with loneliness, you can become at greater risk of certain mood disorders, such as depression or anxiety. You may already have depression or anxiety, and if so, loneliness can deepen those feelings.

And even if you break the hold of addiction, loneliness can still present you with significant challenges. Once you emerge from our addiction recovery programs, you learn to handle being alone as you chart a new path. That’s why coping with loneliness has become an important lifelong skill for you to practice again and again.

A Safe, Healthy Place to Begin now.

Seeking addiction recovery and joining our recovery family is your way out. But you may be wondering what to expect.

The road to recovery starts with a confidential medical and psychological assessment. Information from this assessment will help doctors create a treatment plan to guide your recovery.

The next step of addiction recovery is detox at our treatment facility. At our facility, you are medically supervised through the inevitable withdrawal symptoms that follow a decision to stop drinking or using.

Then, you get to the heart of the matter: Counseling. In group or individual therapy, you will look deep into yourself and build new coping skills to lead you to a better day. Finally, the aftercare stage, when all is said and done, is where you take steps for continuing care to avoid the risks of relapse and addictive behaviors. Trust that our addiction recovery program will help you find a way out.

Join Our Recovery Family

The importance of coping with loneliness as a way of avoiding substance abuse issues cannot be overestimated. Loneliness can lead to depression or other mood disorders, which can then lead to excessive use of alcohol or drugs. If you’ve fallen into this trap, consider contacting Lakeview Health.

Our trained clinical staff treats more than just chemical dependency; we also address underlying psychological and medical problems. We offer a full range of addiction and recovery support. Our treatment programs offer a range of evidence-based and holistic therapy options, all of which we tailor to the unique needs of each client. With our help, your goal of addiction recovery can become a reality. Our treatment options include:

Don’t let your fears of addiction recovery hold you back from your dreams of sobriety. Contact us at 866.704.7692 today to learn more about joining our recovery family.