At Fort Worth Recovery, aftercare planning starts on day one. When clients enter our facility, we immediately begin to build a framework to support their short and long-term goals.
Long-term recovery from substance abuse requires long-term careAt Fort Worth Recovery we believe that long term care and engagement heal addiction. Our Aftercare and Alumni program ensure that Fort Worth Recovery clients receive both long after they leave our care.
Supporting your short and long-term goals
This not only helps our clients obtain and maintain sobriety, but also gives them the opportunity to start building a life for themselves during the recovery process. The goal of our treatment program is to have clients complete treatment at Fort Worth Recovery with a clear vision and set of tools that will offer long-term sobriety.
We also know that staying connected to our facility through an alumni and/or mentorship program can be an important part of maintaining sobriety. Fort Worth Recovery offers a variety of ways for clients to stay involved, supported, and accountable once they have completed their treatment with us.
For those who are new to recovery or are prone to relapses, having a sober mentor is a great way to maintain accountability and support outside of our treatment facility. Clients can choose to have a mentor spend between 3-9 hours per week with them, and mentor responsibilities can be tailored to fit each client’s individual needs.
Some mentor responsibilities may include:
- Drug-screening urine analysis
- Monitoring prescribed medications
- Life maintenance oversight: diet, cleanliness in home, personal hygiene
- Assessment of mood, behavior, emotional state, and relationships
- Confirmation of attendance at school/ work/therapy appointments
- Accompaniment to 12-Step meetings
- Sober companionship for trips or events
- Regular mentor communication with parents or loved ones (if applicable)
All former clients are invited to be a part of our alumni program. Through this program, clients can attend:
- Monthly alumni meetings
- Community events at our facility (movie nights, concerts, etc.)
- Weekly community meetings which staff and current clients attend
- Weekly 12-Step meeting
- Monthly follow-up/check-in calls