Celebrating Two Months Clean, Patient Takes on the Sober Journey With Confidence

After a Four-Year Stint of Sobriety Ended in Relapse, a Patient Sought Help from WhiteSands Treatment

Former WhiteSands Treatment patient, Cee, attended treatment in Tampa after falling into relapse after four years of abstinence from substance abuse. 

“WhiteSands Treatment Center helped me get back on track,” she says. “I relapsed after having four years clean.” 

Relapse is a part of the addiction recovery journey and does not mean that you failed in your recovery. Since the disease of addiction is chronic and relapsing in nature, it tends to creep back into your life. This is why it is essential to stay engaged and active in your recovery and make conscious efforts every day to aid in your sobriety. Consistency is critical in long-lasting sobriety and involves doing your part to stay on top of your recovery. This process consists of avoiding triggers such as people you used to use with and places you used to use. 

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call WhiteSands Alcohol and Drug Rehab today at 877.969.1993 to learn how we can help.

A Treatment Environment That Values Comfort

Our Tampa facility is unique in that we do not institutionalize rehab and do not restrict patients to the point of wanting to leave. Instead, we provide the comforts that aid in patients’ relaxation, well-being, and happiness. 

“The gym and the personal trainers (that’s right personal trainers) are wonderful. They have full weights, treadmills, and a boxing gym,” Cee states.

WhiteSands Treatment puts a significant focus on ensuring that patients have constructive and healthy ways to spend spare time. Some of the amenities that are offered at the facility are:

  • A 10-acre campus
  • Private rooms featuring a private bathroom
  • Cell Phones and personal electronics permitted 
  • An athletic complex
  • A recreation center
  • A boxing program
  • Walking paths 
  • Badminton
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball

Deciding to Get Help, Today

Like many other addicts who sought sobriety at WhiteSands Treatment in Tampa, Cee realized that the path of addiction was imminent and the longer she postponed getting help after her relapse, the longer she would have to wait to lead the life she intended for herself. 

“I highly recommend this facility. I’m currently two months clean and chose to leave this review in hopes to inspire someone else who is seeking help,” Cee mentions

When patients are provided with tailored rehab programs that cater to their unique needs, they are much more successful in sustaining sobriety. Each patient and their struggle are different, which means every individual needs personalized care for effective treatment. WhiteSands is committed to providing top-notch, quality, individualized treatment that works to address the driving force behind the addiction so the individual can manage their struggles with confidence. Patients exit rehab at WhiteSands with tangible and realistic relapse prevention and aftercare plans in mind. This ensures that patients know where to turn to in times of uncertainty and duress, whether that means reaching out to an assigned primary therapist or attending support groups such as a 12-step AA or NA meeting. 

It’s essential that if you are struggling with a drug or alcohol abuse problem, you get the necessary help. The disease of addiction does not go away on its own, and it requires dedication and commitment to sustain sobriety on a lifelong basis. The intake team at WhiteSands is available on a 24/7 basis and is prepared to take your call at any time. One call has the power to change your life. All it takes is realizing that you can no longer stay on the destructive path of addiction and that you need help. 

If you or a loved one needs help with abuse and/or treatment, please call the WhiteSands Treatment at (877) 855-3470. Our addiction specialists can assess your recovery needs and help you get the addiction treatment that provides the best chance for your long-term recovery.

About the Author

Jackie has been involved in the substance abuse and addiction treatment sector for over five years and this is something that she is truly eager about. She has a passion for writing and continuously works to create informative pieces that not only educate and inform the public about the disease of addiction but also provide solutions for those who struggle with drug and alcohol abuse.