Group Of Friends Having Fun Together OutdoorsAt Covenant Hills, clients who have completed the residential inpatient program move to the next stage in the treatment process, transitional care. Transitional care at Covenant Hills is intended to support individuals as they begin integrating back into daily life. The goal of transitional care is to provide clients with a semi-structured, sobriety-valued environment that empowers individuals to continue their long-term recovery process when they transition back to their normal environments.

At Covenant Hills, spirituality is the foundation in all parts of the recovery process. In the transitional care program, individuals will focus on their personal and professional goals and will begin to implement them in their everyday lives. Focused on restoring the mind, body, and soul when integrated back into normal life, the transitional program encompasses a whole person approach to long-term addiction recovery.

Benefits of Transitional Care

There are many benefits to transitional care that aid individuals in making a peaceful transition back into their old environments. The goal of the dedicated staff is to make sure that when slowly moving into their daily routines, clients avoid a relapse by using the strategies learned in psychotherapy to cope with difficult moments.

The purpose of a transitional care program is to reintegrate individuals back into their communities in a successful and supportive way. By incorporating the coping mechanisms and research-based life management skills learned in therapy, individuals will learn to avoid a relapse by having the opportunity to practice these techniques with the support of the therapy team.

The transitional care program at Covenant Hills offers individuals the opportunity to experience the following benefits to help in long-term recovery.

Reintegrates individuals back into school or job responsibilities.- The transitional care program gives individuals the opportunity to slowly immerse themselves back into their routines while still being supported by the therapy team. Clients will begin fulfilling previous school or job responsibilities and will be able to use the coping mechanisms learned in psychotherapy if faced with adversity. Therapists will coach clients in managing the stress of their school or job responsibilities and will aid them in balancing their duties while incorporating enjoyable activities.

Encourages clients to create positive relationships with family and friends.- Because individuals have successfully completed the inpatient residential program, they now have the chance to reconnect on a daily basis with their loved ones. This opportunity helps individuals let go of the social circles that elicited destructive habits and find new social groups that find faith in God and in each other. Establishing meaningful relationships with the people who have encouraged and supported the entire recovery process will make the transition back into the community a positive and hopeful experience.

Helps individuals maintain connection with spirituality.- Balancing daily responsibilities can be difficult for those recovering from an addiction. However, the renewed connection with God made during recovery will motivate individuals to maintain a sober life. This highly beneficial part of the transitional program helps individuals connect to the Christian communities in their normal environments. Reaching out to the Christian community allows clients to meet positive people who share similar interests and who support one another.

Individuals practice coping skills and techniques in daily life.- Now that individuals are transitioning back into their normal environments, they can practice the coping strategies learned in psychotherapy when faced with difficult moments. This is highly beneficial for clients because therapists will work with them to make sure the coping mechanisms are effective. Determining the effectiveness of coping mechanisms while in transitional care will allow therapists and clients time to adapt to more effective methods to overcome social and environmental stressors.

Clients and case managers refine goals to avoid a relapse.- Maintaining sobriety is the ultimate goal of the treatment process. The transitional care program is structured to help therapists and clients identify the social and environmental stressors and redefine the goals and strategies needed to succeed. With a new self-concept and the tools needed to replace destructive behaviors, clients begin to see that with the support of God, family, and friends, they can overcome anything and can lead a healthy life again.

Transitional Care at Covenant Hills

Transitional care is a significant entry way into ensuring a successful recovery because it is filled with spirituality and support. Individuals will never feel isolated or forgotten in any step of the program because the staff is dedicated in meeting the needs of every individual. Whether it is for a mild addiction, a severe addiction, or a dual-diagnosis, Covenant Hills uses research-based techniques to ensure individuals lead a sober life.
If you or someone you love is suffering from addiction, the program options at Covenant Hills are comprehensive and individually designed to meet the needs of every individual’s addiction. Individuals will learn how to cope with significant stressors when integrated back into their communities.

Covenant Hills Treatment is residential and transitional addiction treatment facility in Orange County, California and San Antonio, Texas. Covenant Hills uses a whole person approach to care. Clients work with therapists, counselors, doctors and psychologists who are professionally trained in the Christian-based treatment program. 

If you or a loved one i struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, please call (800) 662-2873 today to speak with a treatment specialist and receive a free evaluation.