Instead of struggling through the holidays while facing addiction, consider embracing recovery.
Here’s why you should attend addiction treatment this holiday season:
1 – Relax during the holiday rush.
The pressure to buy gifts, attend events, and ensure the holidays are enjoyable can be stressful for anyone, especially if you’re struggling with addiction — and stress and addiction don’t mingle well. This year, you can avoid all the holiday obligations by retreating to the Wasatch mountain range to recover.
2 – Beat the winter blues.
The short, cold, dark days of winter can contribute to low moods which can fuel addiction. During addiction treatment though, you can fill your life with new friendships, inspiring challenges, and therapeutic care. Instead of sinking further into addiction, explore your interests, further your passions, and create a meaningful life in sobriety this holiday season.
3 – Refrain from engaging in unhealthy family dynamics.
Instead of dealing with complicated family relationships. Surround yourself with a support system of clinicians, recovery advocates, and fellow clients who understand addiction first hand. In our accepting, judgment-free space, you can find healing for yourself and your family.
4 – Be present this holiday season.
Holiday season festivities typically place an emphasis on the overindulgence of food, drink, and even substance use. By attending addiction treatment, you can avoid peer pressure to partake in drinking and substance use. During your stay, you’ll learn coping strategies to overcome tempting situations, while also celebrating the holidays without being muddled by the fog of drugs and alcohol.
5 – Start the New Year with a clean slate.
After healing your addiction this holiday season, you’ll embrace a new life in sobriety, one that is fulfilling, purposeful, and inspiring. What better way to begin the New Year?
Retreat to the Wasatch Range
Experience the winter majesty settle around our mountain valley while attending treatment at Wasatch Crest this holiday season. You can learn more about Wasatch Crest’s mountainside campus, addiction treatment programs, and experiential therapy program by getting in touch with our admissions counselors.