At Midwest Recovery Centers, we believe that remaining engaged in support throughout the first year of recovery greatly improves one’s chances of long-term success.
As an individual progresses through the phases of treatment, we provide an extensive aftercare program to continue to reinforce the principles and behaviors that have been learned in the recovery process. Individuals are encouraged to remain involved at a minimal level to continue with relapse prevention while they are building a productive lifestyle in sobriety.
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Codependency describes a dysfunctional relationship where one person is enabling the other’s addiction, immaturity, or irresponsible behavior. Although the enabler may have well-meaning intentions, they are often unconsciously reinforcing addictive or other negative behaviors.
The American Medical Association classified alcoholism as a disease in 1956, but it took until 1987 for drug addiction to receive that same classification. Both diseases are now clinically known as substance use disorders (SUD).
Missouri has multiple state programs in place to address substance abuse and mental health problems and provide recovery resources for residents.