Saturday, December 28, 2019

Finding Recovery in 2020

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New Year’s Eve is an interesting time in the field of addiction medicine. This a time when men and women in recovery have to go above and beyond to protect their program. It’s also a time when many people decide to reach out for assistance with the hope of adopting a program of addiction recovery.

At Hemet Valley Recovery Center & Sage Retreat, we hope that you were able to maintain your sobriety through Christmas. Doing so is no easy feat, but if you stuck to your recovery routine, then you were probably able to stay on track. If so, please acknowledge your achievement, especially if you are in your first year of recovery.

Still, New Year’s Eve is a real test for individuals committed to leading a lifestyle free from drugs and alcohol. Around every corner, one can encounter a person, place, or thing that could trigger a relapse. It’s vitally important to stick close to your support network in the coming days to avoid encountering risky situations.

If you found a formula for abstaining during Christmas, then apply it to the impending holiday. Attend your regular meetings, look for opportunities to be of service, and do not deviate from the course you take from one day to the next.

Hopefully, you have already created a plan for navigating New Year’s Eve without placing your recovery at risk. Just like Christmas, meetings of recovery will be commencing around the clock on December 31st. Attend as many meetings as necessary to ensure that your sobriety is not compromised. Ask your peers how they plan to bring in the new year; one of the members of your support group is probably hosting a gathering, and your presence is welcomed.

Adopting a Program of Recovery for the New Year


The beginning of any year is synonymous with resolutions. Perhaps you are ready to make significant changes in your life, such as starting a journey of recovery? If that is the case, please know that help is available to all who desire to heal from addiction.

At HVRC, we welcome anyone caught in the cycle of addiction, and individuals with co-occurring mental illness to reach out. Not only are we in-network with most insurers, but we are also licensed as a Chemical Dependency Rehabilitation Hospital (CDRH). As such, we stand out from the myriad of addiction treatment centers across the country for a number of reasons. We can provide all the vital services of early recovery, from detox to aftercare, under one roof.

Those who yearn to lead a life free from mind-altering substances and dependency will benefit significantly from having access to over 185 physicians representing most medical disciplines, as Hemet Valley Recovery Center is part of the Hemet Valley Medical Center campus in Hemet, CA.  We can treat and get people on the path to long-term recovery, no matter the conditions a patient presents with when they seek care.

You can visit our website to read about the various programs and services offered at HVRC, or you can call our highly trained admissions staff. Making the decision to enter into treatment is never made lightly; there are questions you will have that you will want to be answered before you take the first step with HVRC.

Let 2020 be the year where you begin the life-changing journey of addiction recovery. We are confident that you will be impressed with our facility after speaking with our team.

Getting Help for a Love One


Many people struggle to see that their alcohol or substance use has become untenable; denial is a common component of addiction. Please contact HVRC if you would like assistance with getting your loved one the help they need. Our team can guide you in several ways, increasing the likelihood that the person you care about will agree to seek treatment.

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