Alcohol addiction can leave you feeling hopeless. To overcome it and turn your life in a new direction, you’ll want a recovery program that meets your specific needs. In other words, to truly start living a sober life, you need more than just a detox.
Choosing to start treatment may seem intimidating. It can even feel as if you’re admitting weakness or defeat. In reality, however, avoiding the help you require will only lead to further risk and isolation, as you continue to pursue habits that are damaging to your health and relationships. Call 844-254-9664 or reach out to rehab admissions to get started at our men’s rehab center in Fort Myers, Florida.
Don’t Stay Under Alcohol’s Thumb
When you’re caught up in the cycle of alcoholism, you can quickly spiral out of control. Living with addiction can lead to isolation and depression, as well as lasting effects on your physical health. Under alcohol’s thumb, you’re not in charge of your own life.
It’s tempting to think you can beat your addiction on your own. However, most of those who attempt to overcome alcoholism without help from a professional recovery team fail to stay sober. Therapy and/or medication are needed to decrease the probability that you’ll relapse.
At Calusa Recovery, we focus on creating a community of peers who can support each other through recovery. With the direction of mental health and medical professionals, we help you replace your unhealthy habits with ones that foster an active, healthy lifestyle free from alcohol’s influence.
Calusa Recovery Treats Alcoholism Differently
Our approach to addiction treatment at Calusa Recovery is different than that of many other facilities. We seek to help you overcome challenges, build character, adopt new behaviors, and embrace a healthy and active lifestyle through outpatient and residential programs.
Since our program was founded on the belief that community and meaningful relationships are key to the recovery process, we focus our efforts on young men and helping them create lasting bonds with one another. Our clinicians also work individually with patients, to craft treatment plans that meet each person’s specific needs.
Additionally, we understand the importance of family and providing opportunities for healing between our patients and their loved ones. That’s why we offer family therapy sessions to help you start rebuilding your relationships. Plus, our extended care programs will give you the time and space you need to heal and commit to living sober.
Create Healthier Habits Through Experiential Therapy
Our outpatient treatment programs focus on experiential or adventure therapy. This method offers you the chance to embrace the excitement of trying new activities, while also bonding with your peers. We’re able to promote physical and mental health through many different sporting and outdoor pastimes, so you can put your old habits behind you.
While starting the recovery process is hard, preventing relapse after treatment can be just as difficult. One way we help you face this challenge is by introducing you to the diverse plant and wildlife around Fort Myers, Florida. Group kayaking, boating, and fishing excursions are cornerstones of our experiential therapy programs.
At Calusa Recovery, you’ll also have the unique opportunity to incorporate beach days into your treatment plan. You can relax on the shore, or practice water sports such as paddle boarding, kiteboarding, and sailing under professional instruction. Keeping your mind and body active is key to creating a healthy lifestyle that you can take with you after treatment ends:
Our patients also enjoy activities such as paintballing and attending various sporting events. As the spring training grounds for the Red Sox and the Twins, Fort Myers has plenty to offer for baseball fans. We’ve also been known to take trips to see the Miami Dolphins in action.
We truly believe that addiction recovery doesn’t have to be boring. Instead, we strive to help you seek enjoyment and fulfillment away from alcohol and the destructive behaviors that have held you back.
Get the Support You Need in Our Sober Living Residences
No two recovery stories are the same. Instead of trying to get you to fit into a pre-built mold, we’re committed to finding a solution that works for you. That may include a stay in one of our sober living homes in Florida, which offer clean and safe temporary homes where you can focus on your treatment.
Our homes offer structured environments that make it easier to hold yourself and your peers accountable. They also provide a space where you can practice sober living skills, without the pressure that sometimes comes with living on your own or even with family or friends.
The facilities we maintain in Fort Myers are within walking distance of grocery stores, and provide easy access to the beach.
There are both single and shared rooms available, with communal kitchen and outdoor spaces for cooking, socializing, and holding meetings:
In addition, our homes are ‘Level I’ Florida Association of Recovery Residences (FARR) accredited. They’re democratically managed by the residents, who share living expenses amongst themselves.
This setup enables you to have the greatest amount of autonomy possible while you pursue treatment, and the benefits of a sober community. Most of our residents stay for around six months, but we’re dedicated to providing each of our patients with the time they need to form positive habits that will help them avoid relapse.
Your Recovery Journey Starts Here
Alcoholism can quickly overtake your life and leave you feeling like there’s no one you can turn to who understands what you’re going through. When you’ve been caught up in self-destructive behavior, you can lose sight of important relationships and healthy alternatives.
At Calusa Recovery, we prioritize creating communities of young men who can support one another in their journeys towards recovery from addiction. Along with our residential facilities and experiential therapy, we believe this strategy provides our patients with the tools they need to rebuild their lives as sober individuals.
It may feel like alcohol is in the driver’s seat, but you have the power to start your recovery process right now. Contact us to find out if our programs are right for you!