WHERE DOES ADDICTION RECOVERY START?
It all starts with Sangfroid Intervention & Associates and their addiction intervention services Canada-wide. No intervention is ever wasted time, unsuccessful or unnecessary. If you need help, our professionals are available for a variety of critical addiction intervention services throughout Canada. Our qualifications and services extend into support during the recovery process to find the appropriate addiction recovery services in your city.
Even in a large city and all its resources, it can be limiting in terms of professional interventionists and addiction recovery services.
Sangfroid Intervention & Associates fills the gap and provides the best chance for you and your loved ones.
We provide drug, alcohol, gambling and many other interventions of the highest quality and confidentiality with the end result being paired with the best addiction recovery services across Canada.
WHAT IS NEXT IN ADDICTION RECOVERY?
Once the intervention is complete and your loved one has accepted responsibility, it’s time to proceed to the addiction recovery stage. We help to ensure your loved one receives the best care and tools for the successful outcome for which you've been wishing and praying.
Everyone can recover from addiction, especially with the help of addiction recovery specialists and Sangfroid's contacts across the country. As we mentioned above, it may start with an intervention and receiving the help you and your loved one needs to get to this stage. But it also starts with a desire for change and a belief that the addict can overcome this powerful disease. With effective treatment, a safe environment, and supportive addiction recovery services, one CAN and will live a more fulfilling life.
The addiction recovery process does not end after 90 days of treatment. The transition back to life outside of rehab is fraught with the potential for relapse. Aftercare resources, sober coaching, counseling, and support for family and friends promote success leading to a rich life with healthy and rewarding relationships.
Committing to addiction recovery and sobriety requires the addict to change many things:
the way they deal with stress
who they welcome into their life
how they spend free time
their self-talk and how they think about themselves
the prescription and over-the-counter medications they take
It’s normal for your loved ones to feel conflicted about giving up their drug of choice, even when they know it’s causing problems in their life - and yours! Be patient. Addiction recovery requires time, motivation, and support.
But your loved one making the commitment to change is a massive step forward in regaining control of their life.