After years of addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can be difficult to know where to turn once you find help and take the first steps on the road to recovery. While your time with substances and destructive behaviors is behind, hurdles involving cravings and compulsions remain. When you need support, a rehab alumni program like the one at Northpoint Omaha can help. Through supportive meetings, fun events, and virtual connections, you can trust that you’re not alone in your journey to a brighter future.
Our alumni program is open to all who have completed a personalized addiction treatment program at a Northpoint center. As part of your aftercare plan, your recovery team will help you connect with the alumni program closest to you. Our goal is always to help you learn the skills and provide supportive resources to aid you on your lifelong recovery journey. Learn more about Northpoint Recovery’s rehab alumni program today by calling 402.685.9404 or contacting us online.
Rebuilding Your Support System
While in rehab, you focused on getting better and overcoming your addiction. This was an important step, but it’s not the only one you need to take on the road to recovery. After rehab, it’s crucial to rebuild your support system so that you have the resources you need to stay on track.
Your old support system may have been part of your addiction problem, so it’s important to find new people who will support your recovery. This could include friends, family members, or others in your community who are also in recovery. These people can provide encouragement and a sense of community that is crucial for long-term success.
The Benefits of a Rehab Alumni Program
A rehab alumni program can provide benefits that extend far beyond your time in rehab. In fact, research has shown that those who actively participate in an alumni program are more likely to maintain their sobriety in the long term.
Some of the benefits of our rehab alumni program include:
If you’re looking for continued support after rehab, be sure to connect with an alumni program. With the right tools and resources, you can confidently walk through life’s challenges knowing that you’re not alone on your journey to recovery.
Stay Connected with Northpoint Omaha Alumni
After you graduate from your personalized addiction treatment program, you will be able to engage with the supportive alumni at Northpoint Omaha. We have a robust community of people engaging through various channels, like:
Our alumni group is active and engaged, with a variety of activities to keep you connected and motivated. Some examples of groups our alumni have started are:
- Book clubs – If you’re looking for a way to connect with other alumni, our book clubs are a great option. Meeting regularly, these groups provide an opportunity for discussion and support.
- Sober softball team – Looking for a way to have some fun and stay active? A sober recreational team is perfect for you.
- And much more! – Have a fun group activity idea? Our dedicated alumni coordinator may be able to help you organize regular events that help you stay in touch.
Regularly scheduled events for our alumni help to keep the community thriving and supported. With 12-step meetings and other informative sessions, you can stay current with the latest from the Northpoint Omaha rehab alumni program.
Exclusive Northpoint Alumni App
You don’t have to be in town to continue to receive alumni support. Our exclusive mobile app allows you to journal your days in recovery, gain access to helpful resources, and join virtual events.
Private Alumni Facebook Group
Stay connected with peers and coaches through our private Facebook group. Here, you can easily access the support you need directly in your feed. You can decide how much you want to share and connect directly with other alumni.
Learn More About Northpoint Omaha's Rehab Alumni Program
If you’re looking for continued support after rehab, an alumni program could be what you’re looking for. Find out more about the rehab alumni program at Northpoint Omaha by calling 402.685.9404 or contacting us below.