You might feel like you should stay close to home so you can continue handling your affairs. But when you put things into perspective, you see that in the grand scheme of things, taking a break from “reality” and focusing on physical, mental and emotional healing prepares you to reintegrate back into your life as a healthier, happier, more stable person. Taking a dedicated break allows you to heal on a comprehensive level, and once you have thoroughly recovered and developed a structured routine, you can safely move anywhere in the country you would like to.
In some cases, after people complete a long-term continuum of care, they realize they are better off somewhere new. They become self-sufficient and fully independent and begin a new life in a new place — a life of fulfilled sobriety. At The Plymouth House we have had a combination of guests from New Hampshire and from every other corner of the country. If you have been struggling with addiction and you are committed to beginning a new way of life, the most important thing is to find an effective program of recovery that meets all your unique needs. For more information, today.