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Support after Drug or Alcohol

Treatment

A valuable asset to those leaving treatment …

Lets fact it, recovery is a difficult and sometimes perilous process often involving dealing with the sources of your pain once you leave treatment. One of the greatest barriers to remaining substance free, is the lack of professional support people leaving treatment have in their own communities. Recovery can be viewed as a “process”, involving much more that simply abstinence from what used to be your drug of choice. Below are listed some of the issues you will face in your recovery process that we are uniquely qualified to help you with. You will need someone to talk to about how to deal with unresolved emotional/relational issues that emerge after you stop using. You will need support, encouragement and someone that you trust to help you rebuild your life. You will need access to professional counseling to help resolve the issues that might relate to abuse or complex trauma you may have experienced. Early in the COVID-19 crisis I began to realize that government restrictions governing “face to face” interactions in walk in clinics and private practices were likely going to permanently change the way mental health services were going to be delivered in the future. The need for social distancing and other government imposed measures on re-starting a physical business has unfortunately created difficulties for those wanting access to mental health services. In order to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 and to simplify the process of gaining access to “face to face” counseling, Erle has decided to offer phone and internet support for those leaving treatment. This will allow the client to have access to ongoing support where ever there is an internet connection or a phone signal. In other words Erle comes to you, rather than you having to travel to a private practice, pay parking and battle traffic etc.
Erle Jaeger

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Support after Drug

or Alcohol

Treatment

A valuable asset to those

leaving treatment …

Lets fact it, recovery is a difficult and sometimes perilous process often involving dealing with the sources of your pain once you leave treatment. One of the greatest barriers to remaining substance free, is the lack of professional support people leaving treatment have in their own communities. Recovery can be viewed as a “process”, involving much more that simply abstinence from what used to be your drug of choice. Below are listed some of the issues you will face in your recovery process that we are uniquely qualified to help you with. You will need someone to talk to about how to deal with unresolved emotional/relational issues that emerge after you stop using. You will need support, encouragement and someone that you trust to help you rebuild your life. You will need access to professional counseling to help resolve the issues that might relate to abuse or complex trauma you may have experienced. Early in the COVID-19 crisis I began to realize that government restrictions governing “face to face” interactions in walk in clinics and private practices were likely going to permanently change the way mental health services were going to be delivered in the future. The need for social distancing and other government imposed measures on re-starting a physical business has unfortunately created difficulties for those wanting access to mental health services. In order to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 and to simplify the process of gaining access to “face to face” counseling, Erle has decided to offer phone and internet support for those leaving treatment. This will allow the client to have access to ongoing support where ever there is an internet connection or a phone signal. In other words Erle comes to you, rather than you having to travel to a private practice, pay parking and battle traffic etc.
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Erle Jaeger Cell: 778.281.1287