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Must be tailored to each client/member tratment need
 
 
 
  • Abstinence: Obtain and maintain sobriety,
  • live a chemical-free life,
  • cope with life without chemicals.
  • Controlled drinking: Follow patterns of use that reduce harm.
  • Stabilize one's health, finances, vocation/school, employment, living arrangements.
  • Complete a physical examination as prescribed and comply with medical advice. Enhance health and fitness.
  • Resolve and avoid legal problems.
  • Develop sober leisure skills. Stabilize one's intimate relationships, marriage, family.
  • Include significant others such as spouse/partner, children, relatives, friends, etc., in the recovery program as prescribed. Improve social skills, assertiveness, emotional expression, communication.
  • Improve social support, friendships, social pursuits. Deal/cope with/resolve emotional problems/feelings such as rejection, depression, unresolved grief/mourning, shame, guilt, abandonment.
  • Improve coping skills, stress management skills, relaxation abilities, self-control.
  • Enhance self-esteem, confidence, and self-acceptance. Accept responsibility for the consequences of one's behavior. 
  • Improve problem-solving ability, setting of priorities, persistence, frustration tolerance.
  • Be an active participant in the treatment program by attending/participating in: Scheduled education classes about chemical dependency and the process of recovery.
  • Scheduled counseling, psychotherapy, and educational groups (e.g. spirituality groups, men's and women's groups, etc.).
  • Recreational activities to expand pleasures of physical activity, healthy competition, skill acquisition, socializing, interest areas, etc.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous/etc, groups to develop a sober support fellowship in the community.
  • The design and carrying out of a discharge plan that includes plans for employment, a place to live, sobriety.
  • Become a sponsor, substance educator, role model.
  • Offer and receive effective constructive feedback in groups. Assume leadership roles in the community.
  • Interview counselors on how to deal with anger. Interview peers about a positive and a negative quality of oneself.
  • Prepare an aftercare plan, including a daily plan, home group meetings, and attendance at (#) of meetings per week for a total of (#) meetings/weeks/days.
  • Recognize and plan to prevent how becoming Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired leads to drinking.
  • Identify high-risk situations, warning signs, and triggers; rehearse coping responses;
  • write a relapse prevention plan for oneself; teach relapse prevention to others.
  • Develop multiple alternatives to chemical use for high-risk situations
  • Learn and utilize harm reduction approaches