George Vilagut: Newport Beach Sober Living FAQ release
George Vilagut of Stephouse Recover's Newport Beach Sober Living team announces new list of FAQ's.
What can I expect from George Vilagut's Newport Beach Sober Living house?
At a sober living facility you can expect a highly structured save place to live as you are preparing to move from rehab back to the real world. This structure is necessary in order to help you as you are exposed more and more to the stresses and challenges of the world.
The main focus of the George's sober living house in newport beach is to help you so that you never have to come back. Addiction can become an endless cycle, and sober living does what it can to end that cycle.
Will my insurance cover sober living?
For most people their insurance will not cover different forms of rehab and that includes sober living facilities. The counselors will be more than willing to figure out all of your options for payment of your stay here at http://www.stephouserecovery.com. Other services include executive sober living.
My child will not talk to me and seems very angry, is this normal?
George Vilagut https://georgevilagut.wordpress.com says Rehab is different for everyone and different people have different reasons for their addiction, while this is probably not an easy situation as a supportive family member you must be prepared for anything, including letting them go completely.
Can I work while I’m in my newport beach sober living (http://www.stephouserecovery.com/
The answer here is of course you can work while in sober living. However the main focus of this house is to prepare you for moving back out on your own. The councilors will do their best and advise on when it will safe for you to go back to work.
How long will I be staying at sober living?
There is no easy answer to your question, because that is really your decision. The people at sober living cannot force you to stay and when you are ready to go you may leave. However the shorter your stay in a facility, the greater chance you have of succumbing to the problems created by addiction.
It will always be the recommendation of the sober living house for you to stay until you are safe from a relapse.
What happens if I relapse?
If you begin to use drugs or drink alcohol, you will be dismissed from the house and the councilors will do their best to get you back into a rehab center and help you to get back a sober life style.
Is addiction really a disease? It seems like the patient could easily quit if they wanted to.
Yes George Vilagut agrees that addiction is a disease; you can no more quit an addiction just because you want to, than you could just quit having a cold. This disease not only requires treatment, but it requires many years in order to overcome and never relapse. It must also be understood that everyone involved with the addict is affected and all people that are exposed to the addict will need some form of treatment.
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