Phase 2: Residential Alcohol And Drug Rehabilitation Program
Phase Two of our drug treatment program is a little bit more intense mentally than Phase One. While Phase One is extremely difficult on the body, Phase Two is difficult on the mind. After you’ve overcome the detoxification and your body is beginning to feel better and healthier, Phase Two will begin to help you overcome the mental effects of drugs. If you or a loved one is suffering from substance abuse, then New Life Detox can help. Take the time to contact us to learn more about our admissions process and how you or a loved one can finally get the help you need.
What You Can Expect From Our Residential Drug Treatment Program
In Phase Two, you will learn how to start living without synthetic happiness. Once you’ve overcome Phase One of our drug treatment program, you’ll begin to feel a little bit more like your usual self. The fog from your mind will lift, you’ll feel clearer, and you’ll start to live again without the aid of drugs or alcohol. Keep in mind that this is a lifelong process and in Phase Two, we’ll give you the tools and the resources you need to become more aware and alert of your drug addiction and what led you down this path.
How Phase Two Works
Once you’ve left Phase One, you’re going to move to Phase Two. Phase Two will be just as hard on you as Phase One, but in a different way. In Phase Two, you’ll start to feel better, however, it will be difficult mentally. Whereas Phase One was geared toward your body, Phase Two is all about your mental strength. You’ll work to get clean and stay that way while keeping your mind clear and your body healthy.