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Continuum of Care is vital to the restoration of the family.

Continuing Care goals include;

  • Facilitating the interface between the family (Intervention Network) and any treatment providers
  • Prevent premature drop out of treatment
  • Develop and prevent a relaps prevention plan
  • Continue with family psycho-educational work
  • Encourage self-help meeting participation for all
  • Promote family healing and recovery and long-term individual

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Some topics addressed through Continuing Care to meet those goals include;

  • Boundaries
  • Relapse prevention
  • Removing shame, blame and guilt
  • Self-Help meeting attendance
  • Isolation
  • Honesty and mistrust
  • Fears and change
  • Old thinking and behaviors
  • Identifying patterns in family to protect future generations
  • Resolve family disagreements and work on learning to discuss difficult issues openly
  • Psycho-educational teaching
  • Guiding the family in becoming a unified board of directors that no longer allows addiction to isolate each other from making joint decisions and handling the chaos of addiction in a new way.

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