The intensive addiction treatment a patient receives at Transitions Recovery is just the beginning of recovery and relapse prevention.

prevent a relapse by attending transitions recovery program

We offer lifetime aftercare at our treatment center in North Miami Beach, Florida.

It can be devastating for an individual suffering from addiction and their family if relapse prevention is not addressed thoroughly upon completion of a treatment program. All patients at Transitions Recovery have access to lifetime support in our continuing care relapse prevention program.

Our ongoing support provides long-term help to ensure you stay sober and realize the benefits of a full life without drugs and alcohol. You’ll experience growth and recovery throughout all aspects of your life.

Continued Support

Relapse prevention programs increase a patient’s likelihood of maintaining abstinence and improves personal growth. Our complete long-term support programs do not end when primary care is completed. After residential, day, and outpatient treatment, our professional staff continues to support a patient’s addiction recovery and long-term goals. Weekly activities at our treatment center help and support our patients. Weekly group meetings are led by our experienced team to guide patients and help them deal with obstacles and day-to-day issues that arise during recovery.

Alumni Association

We hold meetings and events for alumni of our Miami Florida location. These activities provide opportunities to spend time with others who have also graduated from our program through structured activities that include patients, alumni, staff, families, and the community. Patients enjoy opportunities to help others. Transitions Recovery supports your addiction recovery every step of the way.

Long-Term Continuing Care

The definition below from the National Library of Medicine & the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA) provides an overview of the role of continuing care.

Whether individuals completed primary treatment in a residential or outpatient program, they have at least some of the skills to maintain sobriety and begin work on remediating various areas of their lives. Work is intrapersonal and interpersonal as well as environmental. Areas that relate to environmental issues, such as vocational rehabilitation, finding employment, and securing safe housing, fall within the purview of case management.

We invite you to call us now at 800-626-1980 with any questions you have about our relapse prevention plan.

This web copy was reviewed by Transitions Recovery Program’s Director – Marian Bach, LMHC, CAP