So if you’re not 100% what kind of problem you have or what you should do about it—that’s just fine! We’re here to help you figure it out!
Treatment is learning to see your problem clearly and mastering the skills needed to fix it. This happens quickly for some people, more slowly for others. At Second Chance there are no time limits and no deadlines. Our job is to help you set your goals. It is you who will decide when you have achieved them.
Recovery means continuing to practice the skills you have learned so you can remain stable and healthy. We can provide the services and resources you need as you move from formal services to self-care and community support.
Some people come to Second Chance for their first attempt at recovery; for others it is their second, or third—or twentieth. No one is asked to leave because they relapse. No one is ever told they can’t come back because they have been here too often.
Recovery is a life-long process. When participants leave Second Chance we want them to be well-prepared for the adventure ahead.