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A Valuable Complement to Aftercare:

Continuation of Care

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By Trafalgar’s Editorial Team
This Article is Clinically Reviewed By Abigail Ajodha.

Our Continuation of Care program is a unique and innovative offering which ensures that our support for our clients continues after structured programming is complete.

Recovery from addiction is a lifelong process, and therefore support should not stop at the end of a treatment program.

Why Continuation of Care is important?

The first months after the addiction rehabilitation are often the most difficult. Continuation of Care helps you navigate this post-rehab phase with a strong support for a long-lasting recovery. It provides you with continued expert counselling support at no additional cost.

Addiction Treatment After Client Graduates

The transition from treatment back into ordinary life is challenging, and it is important to have professional support during the process.

The first months after structured treatment counselling are often the most difficult. However, as a person progresses through this phase, they will develop a larger reference point for sober living, and increasingly strong incentives to maintain their recovery.

Continuation of Care is a valuable complement to our lifelong Aftercare and ContinUCare programs and sets Trafalgar Addiction Treatment Centre’s programs apart.

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How It Works

During Inpatient, Outpatient or Virtual Addiction Rehab Treatment, you will meet and get to know our Continuation of Care Counsellor.

This will allow you to establish a relationship while still participating in our structured residential, outpatient or online treatment.

After being discharged from our care, you will receive a call from the Continuation of Care Counsellor.

Counselling calls enable you to discuss your transition from treatment and the early challenges of recovery. They can also reflect on your treatment and the skills you have developed.

After this first call, you will then schedule a 30-minute call with the Continuation of Care Counsellor during the first week after discharge.

Addiction counselling calls will continue biweekly for a period of four months. After the 4 month period, it will be followed by monthly calls for the following 20 months.

You can arrange calls to suit your schedule within regular business hours. These counselling calls will provide an excellent way of tracking progress and discussing any issues that may arise.

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Continuation of Care Process

With the Continuation of Care Counsellor, you will review ContinUCare results and discuss any resources that may be helpful to your recovery.

You can also call at any time during regular business hours if you need support or advice.

An external perspective from someone who understands the challenges of recovery can be hugely valuable in identifying issues that you may not on your own.

Continuation of Care counselling is a powerful addition to Trafalgar’s programming.

We look forward to seeing it benefit you as you continue your recovery from addiction. The program will ensure that we maintain our deep commitment to you beyond initial treatment and will form an important part of your support network.

Start your recovery today by going to our admission page.

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Self Discharge / Early Discharge

Please note that in case of self discharge & early discharge due to violation of code of conduct, you are not entitled to receive lifetime Aftercare, Continuation of Care and Transition Therapy.

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