Are there Luxury Recovery Homes?

People coming off long-term or chronic addictions require ongoing supports that extend well past the usual 60 to 90-day drug treatment program. Recovery homes act as transitional treatment settings where a person can get a feel for “regular” life while living in supportive living environment.

As addiction affects people from all walks of life, luxury recovery programs provide needed treatment supports for business executives, CEOs and entrepreneurs much like a traditional sober living program does.

Why Enter a Recovery Home?

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Luxury recovery houses offer special services, such as spa treatments.

The effects of addiction can linger long after a person leaves drug treatment. In fact, the likelihood of relapse increases considerably within the first three months after drug treatment ends. According to the U. S. National Library of Medicine, an estimated 66 percent of relapse episodes happen within 90 after leaving drug treatment.

Recovery homes provide a recovery-focused living environment where residents carry out the affairs of daily life while living in a supportive home environment. While not everyone will require the supports afforded by a recovery home, it can make all the difference in the world for those who do.

Luxury Recovery Homes

Entering drug treatment can be a jarring experience for most anyone. As traditional drug treatment programs typically offer baseline amenities and services, stress levels can increase exponentially for someone who’s accustomed to luxurious accommodations. The same goes for recovery homes. Luxury recovery homes offer an enhanced treatment experience in terms of providing customized treatment services based on a person’s needs and preferences.

Likewise, residents in these programs tend to come from the same walks of life, which works well in terms of creating a supportive treatment environment where resident share similar interests and experiences. This degree of compatibility greatly enhances a person’s experience as support networks play a central role in the recovery process.

Program Amenities

Traditional-type recovery homes are usually located in residential areas, which can vary considerably from neighborhood to neighborhood. The likelihood any one home will have a pool or sauna will depend on area property values and how much the owner invests in the property.

With “luxury” being the distinguishing element, scenic locations and lavish amenities most typify a luxury recovery home. Program amenities may take the form of:

  • Mediation rooms
  • Yoga
  • Pool/sauna
  • Oceanfront/mountain range/wooded areas
  • Equine therapy
  • Guided imagery therapy
  • Massage

In effect, luxury-based programs place a heavy emphasis on creating a soothingly esthetic living environment to promote spiritual healing within the recovery process.

Recovery Home Program Approach

Like most any other type of residential-based program, luxury recovery homes enforce a strict alcohol/drug environment. Residents must pay rent and abide by house rules as a condition of their continued stay.

House rules may include:

  • Weekly chores
  • Regular attendance a support group meetings
  • Obtaining a sponsor
  • Maintain abstinence

In essence, requiring residents to abide by house rules helps prepare them for normal everyday life outside of treatment. This combined with a recovery-focused living environment provides residents with the time and guidance needed to develop drug-free lifestyles before having to re-enter the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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