Aftercare

The Farley Center has aftercare groups in regional locations for alumni of the Traditional and Farley Programs.

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Aftercare in recovery refers to the ongoing support and strategies that individuals use to maintain their sobriety and prevent relapse after completing formal addiction treatment programs. Aftercare is a crucial part of the recovery process, as it helps individuals transition back into their daily lives and navigate the challenges of remaining substance-free. 

Aftercare plans should be tailored to the individual’s needs and circumstances. What works for one person may not work for another, so it’s important to create a plan that is realistic and sustainable. Staying engaged in aftercare significantly increases the chances of long-term recovery and minimizes the risk of relapse.

It’s important to remember that recovery is an ongoing process, and seeking support and resources is a sign of strength and commitment to a substance-free life.

If you have specific questions about this or alumni Sunday speaking, contact Nancy Rilee, 757-259-5886.

To register please complete the form below. You will be contacted once we receive your registration.