Better Tomorrow Treatment Center believes strongly that one of the most important parts of the recovery process is what happens after. That means not only do we want you or your loved one to stay in touch, not only do we want to see continued progress, we want to be here for any and all support that can be given so you or your loved one can know they always have somewhere to turn even after they have completed the program successfully.
We do not view you or your loved one as a number, we view you or your loved one as part of a larger recovery family. Better Tomorrow never wants to see any of our family member need support yet not have the opportunity to get it.
Over the process of going through recovery many friendships will be made and a lot of contacts with all sorts of people will be developed, that aspect of future maintenance of shared experiences with other individuals from treatment will be part of continued sobriety success. While our program offers support through many avenues, this is not guaranteed to keep you on the right path of staying sober, as it requires diligence and understanding on you or your loved ones part that your past does not control your present or future, you chose to get clean, you can choose to stay clean.