"*" indicates required fields

You Can Enjoy a Full Life in Recovery

woman drinking coffee as part of life in recovery

A life in recovery can feel great and give you a clean and sober future you can appreciate and enjoy. At Rockland Recovery Treatment Center, we understand the value of that recovery and everything it can mean for your life. You can get back to the plans and dreams you used to have, and address any concerns about the goals you set for yourself before addiction got in the way. Those past goals are still there, and you can refocus your efforts on them or change them to suit new interests. Either way, you have the option to enjoy your life and your future, when you live in recovery and good health. We can help you get there through our intensive outpatient addiction treatment program.

A Life in Recovery is Available to You

Even if you’ve struggled with addiction for a long time, you can have a life in recovery. It’s possible for anyone, and we want to help make it possible for you. There’s a full life waiting for you, but it’s on the other side of recovery. We can work with you from the beginning to make sure you’re getting the resources you need to be successful. Some tools and techniques can help you avoid bad situations and reduce your risk of relapse. There are also ways to look at life differently and to have a better understanding of the situations that might have caused problems in your life in the past. With the right treatment, not only will individuals struggling with substance use disorder overcome their addiction and heal but they’ll also cultivate a supportive community. Having individuals to turn to when you’re in need is vital in reducing relapse risk.

Let Our Treatment Programs Help You Succeed

A life in recovery starts with the right programs and people who can truly help you. Our caring staff is professional and compassionate, and we’re dedicated to helping you get well again. No matter what kind of addiction you have or how long it’s been a part of your life, you have choices and options for your future. We want to see you accomplish your goals and realize your dreams. The best way to do those things is to have the support you need, so you can move forward and focus on the plans you’d like to see for your future. To help you, we have addiction treatment options such as:

  • Three homes for sober living
  • Dedicated day-treatment home
  • A strong reputation for quality
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP) with community housing
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • 12-step structured plan

With the right mix of people and programs, it’s much easier to get the kind of quality experience you need to enjoy life in recovery. Living clean and sober can be amazing, and you can get there. When you’re living with addiction, it might not seem possible to break free, but it can be done, and we can help you do it. Once you’re in recovery, you’ll see how wonderful it can be there. A life in recovery is far better than a life with addiction.

Rockland Recovery Treatment Center Can Help You Today

You don’t have to live addicted any longer. You can break free and live a recovered life when you attend a quality treatment center to help you. Reach out to us today at 855.732.4842. Our friendly staff can walk you through the admissions process. They can answer any questions or concerns you might have about insurance. What matters most to us at Rockland Recovery Treatment Center is getting individuals into the treatment program that’s right for them. We’ll help get you started on the road to a clean and sober life you can feel good about for the long term.

Medical Reviewer Kate Perfetti, LADC II

Medically Reviewed by Kate Perfetti, LADC II

Kate is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor who has worked in the field of substance abuse for the last nine years. At Rockland Recovery, Kate works to provide resources to the local community and engage and progress Rockland Recovery’s alumni program.


Take the First Step Toward Recovery.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we encourage you to request a confidential call to explore treatment options, ask questions, and receive support from experienced professionals. We know taking this first step can be challenging, but it’s a courageous and important part of the recovery journey.

"*" indicates required fields


"*" indicates required fields

Other Posts