Menu Close

Aftercare Program

two individuals holding hands through an aftercare program

Your time in recovery centers may not be finished when you complete a rehab program. You may also be sent home with a next step plan for receiving aftercare treatment that will extend your recovery and help you stay on the right track during a lifetime journey of recovery and healing.

After completing an outpatient treatment program in Omaha, Nebraska, consider participating in an aftercare program to continue your progress. At Northpoint Recovery Omaha, our aftercare program is a crucial part of treatment. If you are suffering from a substance use disorder and are ready to begin the path to recovery, reach out to us online or call us at 402.685.9404 today.

What Is an Aftercare Program?

Relapse is a common part of the recovery journey. In fact, nearly half of those in recovery will relapse at least once. The purpose of an aftercare treatment program is to combat and reduce the risk of relapse. A professional aftercare treatment program, like the one at Northpoint Recovery Omaha, can help you in continuing this positive forward momentum. Through aftercare, you’ll have a better chance of experiencing long-term success in your recovery. In other words, aftercare treatment helps you stay in recovery. 

During treatment and rehab for your substance use disorder, you will experience a variety of improvements in your health, relationships, and outlook on your future. Regressing into old ways and bad habits from your past must be avoided, and an aftercare treatment program is one of the best and most productive ways to accomplish this.

It is too easy to relapse and let negative triggers, toxic individuals, dangerous environments, and past trauma pull you back into a dark, dangerous place. In the safety and security of rehab, you had a support network of people around you, the professionals and peers who were working with and rooting for you at every step of the way. These people regularly reinforced your treatment plan and assisted you in staying in recovery. That safety net becomes looser out of rehab, and regular life’s roadblocks and challenges have the habit of becoming too much to bear. Aftercare programs can help you navigate these challenges in a healthy way.

Would You Benefit from an Aftercare Program?

While a professional, compassionate aftercare treatment program has numerous benefits for different people depending on their situation and needs coming out of rehab, these are typically three groups of people who benefit most from aftercare treatment with Northpoint Recovery Omaha. These groups include:

  • Those who need a new support network – There’s an old saying that says there’s safety in numbers. Additionally, it takes a village to see an individual through rehab and into long-term recovery from addiction. It is crucial for patients of Northpoint Recovery Omaha to spend quality time with positive peers facing similar struggles after rehab.
  • Those who need accountability – When you think about aftercare treatment, it is in large part all about accountability. Aftercare treatment alone will not prevent relapse but being held accountable works to make you think twice before doing something that may jeopardize your long-term recovery plan.
  • Those who need continued access to professionals – During your rehab and treatment for addiction, you had a steady stream of medical professionals caring for you, teaching you, listening to your thoughts, understanding your intense feelings and genuine struggles.

This level of care will have made you feel safe and secure and helped you succeed and reach the recovery phase. An aftercare treatment program extends your access to these professionals.

Maintain Recovery with Aftercare Treatment at Northpoint Recovery Omaha

As you move through your treatment, discover how aftercare treatment through Northpoint Recovery Omaha can be the safe space for you to transition back into everyday life successfully. Contact us using our secure online form or call us confidentially at 402.685.9404 today to learn more about our Omaha recovery center.