As February is upon us, and Valentine’s Day looms, those suffering from a substance use disorder might very well feel the pain of loneliness and longing even more so.
And yet, there is a hope.
In the process of recovery, you will regain and build lost connections to yourself, others, and the world at large. Reconnecting will not only disburden you of the pain of isolation, but, according to research, will prove essential in the greater process of recovery.
RCA offers a number of specialized programs, individually tailored to your needs, including those for young adults, older adults, individuals returning from relapse, individuals with trauma, first responders and individuals interested in faith-based programs.
The ties formed here are lasting, supporting you in a lifetime of recovery in connection.
Read the full article on The Opposite of Addiction is Connection – Peer Support in Recovery.