It’s been a little over a year since COVID-19 has become a harsh reality changing the course of all our lives.
The pandemic presented inconceivable challenges and altered the way we reach those struggling with substance abuse and addiction.
During this uncertain time, Recovery Integrity adapted and created protocols to ensure the safety of our clients and staff.
We’re entering a time where there is a light at the end of the long, dark tunnel. Restrictions are cautiously being lifted. Vaccines are becoming more widely available. Life as normal may not be within reach…but we are getting closer.
Of course, we can’t let our guard down. And we have to address the concerns, anxieties, and trauma caused by COVID-19.
Let’s face it: Some that had a solid footing in recovery at the beginning of last year may have regressed or suffered emotionally during this difficult time.
Social isolation, loss, lack of support, fear that any interaction may lead to a life-threatening infection…these are very real issues that affect recovery.
What’s the best way to move forward?
Recover Integrity believes this is a two-fold approach: addressing addiction and the trauma caused by COVID-19.
Prior to the pandemic, Recover Integrity offered trauma-focused care. After all, many individuals struggling with addiction also experienced trauma at some point in their lives.
Our knowledge of the effects of trauma on a person’s overall well-being allows us to address the emotional struggles many faced as COVID-19 disrupted our lives.
It’s time to process, regroup, and make efforts to move forward…while cautiously acknowledging the pandemic is still a reality.
We are all still learning to adapt. Recover Integrity is constantly evaluating our treatment model to be a beacon for those suffering from addiction during a pandemic.
Feel free to reach out to discover how we are helping those suffering with addiction during the pandemic.
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