Your recovery journey goes beyond treatment. Here are resources to help you stay on track.
Housing concerns, financial and employment needs, and other obstacles shouldn’t stand in the way of your recovery journey. At Niznik Behavioral Health we understand the challenges clients may face in seeking help for addiction. Our nationwide family of treatment facilities offers comprehensive support services throughout the treatment process and beyond. This includes access to resources that can help you get started on the healing journey of recovery, such as the ones listed below.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is a government agency aimed toward addressing the national substance abuse epidemic. Their mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on our communities. Part of this commitment to aid includes grants for addiction treatment for those in need of financial assistance.
Learn more about SAMHSA grants here.
Armed force veterans represent a significant portion of those affected by substance abuse and addiction. Whether stemming from trauma associated with their service or other sources, support for veterans seeking help for drug and alcohol use disorders are vital services. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers veteran healthcare services that include coverage for treatment.
Learn more about VA Healthcare here.
Home and family obligations are a common roadblock for those in need of drug and alcohol abuse treatment. Finding a temporary home for your furry companions during your inpatient treatment can help to reduce some of the anxiety associated with beginning your recovery journey. Dogs Matter offers foster services for those in addiction recovery as well as support post- treatment completion.
Learn more about Dogs Matter here.
Building the future you want in recovery is largely about having access to the resources necessary for achieving it. For many people in recovery, secure employment helps to support their commitment to sobriety. However, things like having a prior criminal record can make it difficult to find gainful employment. The National HIRE Network works to connect people in recovery and those with a criminal record with companies looking to provide a second chance.
Learn more about the National HIRE Network here.
Staying on the path of recovery relies heavily on having the right people in your support system. Creating a stable foundation for your sober future is vital for continued success in recovery, and this includes having a household that is conducive to sober living. Finding a roommate that not only understands your needs but is also on the path of recovery can help create a recovery-focused space for everyone to succeed. My Sober Roommate connects people in recovery with housing options that help support a sober lifestyle.
Learn more about My Sober Roommate here.