Alumni Support Services
Our addiction Alumni Programs, both at Tampa and Fort Myers, acknowledge your accomplishment in addiction recovery. You have just overcome a major disease with success and that is something to be extremely proud of. Our Alumni programs are designed for those who have successfully completed drug or alcohol addiction treatment. It allows recovering addicts to connect with others who have gone through treatment, creating a sense of community amongst addiction recovery patients.
Through participating in the WhiteSands Treatment Alumni Support Services, you will be able to benefit from effective coaching, skill building, and coping mechanisms. Our alumni programs are designed to helping you maintain a high level of confidence so that you can carry on in sobriety with perseverance and faith.
We hold various recovery events throughout the year which allows the graduates of our treatment programs to meet one another and connect. They are able to share stories, both past and present, while participating in socially engaging and fun events. Addiction recovery is no easy feat, but the positive support found in through WhiteSands Treatment alumni groups can make long-term recovery much more attainable.
To learn more about our Alumni Support Services and to speak with an Alumni Coordinator, contact WhiteSands Treatment today.
Fort Myers Alumni Program
Whether you are new to recovery or just coming back, you have the ability to inspire others as you continuously work to better yourself. Addiction recovery is no easy feat, but the positive support found in this WhiteSands Treatment alumni group can make long-term recovery much more attainable.Continue
Tampa Alumni Program
The substance abuse Alumni Support Services at WhiteSands Treatment, Tampa will provide guidance and support to those who are seeking ongoing counseling for their drug addiction. We want to give back to those who have dedicated themselves to recovery by keeping them involved in community events and activities that celebrate their lasting sobriety.Continue