Crank Up The Tunes! It Could Help In Recovery

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There are a very large number of rehab centers and programs across North America, and they work for a large number of addicts who need professional help, but some believe that they are all doing the same things. Rather, they are offering the same things like 12-Step programs, AA/NA meetings, Yoga and meditation sessions. Now, it’s time for a new approach. An approach that addicts who leave treatment after a successful month, two months or more. This method is called Recovery Unplugged, a notion inspired by Richie Supa from the band Aerosmith. The idea behind this new initiative is music, and more specifically, adding music to the treatment program with a strong focus on the ongoing healing process after a client leaves treatment. The people behind the initiative believe it can help “reach deeper into a person’s psyche, and unlock the triggers that lead them down the path of substance abuse”.

One of the most important factors in a drug or alcohol rehabilitation process is the fact that at some point it has to come to an end, where a patient or client returns to the real world, to the community and the same experiences that landed them in rehab to begin with. While it is a trying experience for many people to return to their old environment that once represented the very reasons they became addicts, and they need all the help they can get to remain both sober and responsible despite being dropped back into real life. A life without the crutches of a treatment facility or program. With the Recovery Unplugged program, music is used to inspire the addicts and uplift them through song. The desire is to swap the alcohol or drugs for with a song, an album or maybe even the ability to play an instrument that makes them happy and distracted from drugs.

The treatment philosophy centers on providing clients with a full continuum of care and rehabilitation with guidance and support every step of the way. Clients engage in day or night treatment with community housing, intensive outpatient programming, aftercare, and sober living.

The Recovery Unplugged treatment plan is limiting it’s size to 32 addicts/clients. For those running the program it is believed that a program with this size is more effective, especially in therapy support and group therapy environments. While the program is already seeing success, it offers clients and patients a brand new tool to assist them on the road to recovery. It’s an “outside the box” style approach that does not define itself as better or more sophisticated than traditional therapy practices, but instead uses the greatness of tried and proven treatment techniques as well as their own version of recovery.

It has been said a good number of times that while addicts always share certain symptoms and characteristics, they are not all the same and many require treatment options outside the normal realm of treatment and rehabilitation. That is why programs like Recovery Unplugged will see more and more positive results as it helps those addicts who needed something more from their recovery process. Something not completely unique, but more specialized to their needs.

 

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Crank Up The Tunes! It Could Help In Recovery

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