This Program Focuses On Recovering Addicts
21.5 million American adults (aged 12 and older) battled a substance use disorder in 2014. Almost 80 percent of individuals suffering from a substance use disorder in 2014 struggled with an alcohol use disorder, according to National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
Back on Track is an educational program that focuses on the emotional causal factors that lead to substance addiction and abuse. A major part of recovery is learning about yourself, learning how to deal with the weight of your emotions, and learning to watch out for warning signs within and without. That is why rebalancing post and even during addiction is a key part of our program.
EZ Awakenings is equipped to teach you the most effective methods for preparing individuals before, during, and after the emotional storm. Don’t let the fear determine what you will do and who you are as a person. Take the first step and we’ll meet you on this new path to a higher EQ.
This Program Will Dive Into The Dynamics Of:
Insight about mental & emotional pain during addiction
Learning how to balance emotional turmoil post addiction
Discovering causal factors that lead to addiction
The cultural impact & influence on addiction
Neuroplasticity and the track towards addiction
Benefits Of The Program
Participants will gain a broader perspective of themselves, their past, and their future. The Back On Track program aims to instill a sense of control in the participant's life through the use of emotional introspection and EQ development. Not only is this program useful for addicts and recovering addicts, but it is also highly beneficial for family, friends, and employers.
Sign Up For A Class
Contact EZ Awakenings at email@example.com to schedule a seminar or workshop for your school or institution. We will go over your requirements and limitations and tailor the program for your needs.
What Is Substance Abuse Treatment? A Booklet for Families
Created for family members of people with alcohol abuse or drug abuse problems. Answers questions about substance abuse, its symptoms, different types of treatment, and recovery. Addresses concerns of children of parents with substance use/abuse problems.
Alcohol and Drug Addiction Happens in the Best of Families
Describes how alcohol and drug addiction affect the whole family. Explains how substance abuse treatment works, how family interventions can be a first step to recovery, and how to help children in families affected by alcohol abuse and drug abuse.
It's Not Your Fault (NACoA)
Assures teens with parents who abuse alcohol or drugs that, "It's not your fault!" and that they are not alone. Encourages teens to seek emotional support from other adults, school counselors, and youth support groups such as Alateen, and provides a resource list.
It Feels So Bad: It Doesn't Have To
Provides information about alcohol and drug addiction to children whose parents or friends' parents might have substance abuse problems. Advises kids to take care of themselves by communicating about the problem and joining support groups such as Alateen.
Aids family members in coping with the aftermath of a relative's suicide attempt.
Describes the emergency department treatment process, lists questions to ask about follow-up treatment, and describes how to reduce risk and ensure safety at home.
Family Therapy Can Help: For People in Recovery From Mental Illness or Addiction
Explores the role of family therapy in recovery from mental illness or substance abuse. Explains how family therapy sessions are run and who conducts them, describes a typical session, and provides information on its effectiveness in recovery.