24 Mar Recovery: A Judgement-Free Zone
One of the greatest things that we fear about going into recovery (or asking for help in general) is how those we go to will react to the trouble we are currently in. What will they say? Will they kick me out if I am too far gone? Will they be angry at me? Would they even care? The fear of judgement is often the trigger to make us feel like we can’t be helped by anyone. This is a barrier that keeps us from receiving the help we need in order to overcome addiction. But that barrier does not have to be there any more. Our Delray Beach halfway house staff always reach out to you with open (not crossed) arms.
No Judgement, Just Understanding
Whether it is for our PHP, IOP, OP, or any other service, our Recovery staff steps forward to welcome you into a comforting environment. Our Delray Beach halfway house staff each carry a unique expertise to helping you overcome addiction through recovery (therapists, group facilitators, nutritionists, and more). But what they all have in common is that they are here for you, not against you. They know what addiction does to someone’s life, and the struggles that come every day when drugs and/or alcohol hangs over their head. Needless to say, you will not be met with condemnation for your actions or character. Only love, nurture, and empowerment for you right where you are.
Acceptance for yourself
No matter how wonderful a team of supporters may be, you will eventually have to step out and face life on your own two feet. What we encourage our patients to not just hold onto acceptance from friends in our community, but to also learn to accept yourself. This is necessary for some patients, since often addiction makes us look at ourselves in a negative light. One cannot fully let go of their past life until they let go of who they once were. Any insecurities or fears of failing can be faced as you learn to accept yourself through the recovery process.
For more information on our services to overcome addiction (i.e. Delray Beach halfway house residences or treatment programs), be sure to check out our FAQ or contact Florida Recovery group today. No matter who you are or what your past has involved, we believe you are far greater than the addiction that tries to own you.