Drug Rehab Aftercare with Recovery Hub Ipswich

You will benefit from our aftercare sessions up to a year after graduating.

These sessions take place at the Hub and are facilitated by our experienced team. You will have the space to share your recovery successes, work on relapse prevention, implement the tools you learnt in treatment, get help to positively structure your day in order to maintain your motivation and focus for recovery.

Further to this, you can continue working with your therapist on a one to one basis. We encourage you return to the Hub for these. However, our therapy team can facilitate telephone and skype sessions should you wish.

Mutual Aid

“Mutual aid groups are a source of structure and continuing support for people seeking recovery addiction issues and for those directly or indirectly affected by dependence, such as partners, close friends, children, other family members and employers. Evidence shows that persons who actively participate in mutual aid are more likely to sustain their recovery.” *

You will have been introduced to various mutual aid meetings whilst at the Hub. Having left treatment it may be tempting to fill your time with a number of other activities. However, regular meeting attendance and active participation reduces post-treatment relapse rates.

We highly recommend you follow the aftercare plan you will have created with your key worker, which will include a list of support local to you.

Local support can be found below:

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

Cocaine Anonymous

SMART Recovery

Families Anonymous

AL-ANON Family Groups

Co Dependants Anonymous

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous

* Public Health England, Facilitating Access to Mutual Aid (FAMA)

“We believe that everyone has the capacity to recover”