group in Alumni ProgramAt the Blueprint Recovery Center, we understand that recovery is a process. Patients who come to us for addiction treatment learn right away that there is no easy “cure.” It is hard work, and work that never truly  “ends” in the traditional sense. Committing to your sobriety and deciding to get help is an essential early step; some would argue the most critical. But the support you will receive from your peers at Blueprint Recovery after rehabilitative treatment is vital. And this is why at the Blueprint Recovery Center, we have developed an extensive alumni program.

At Blueprint Recovery, our services don’t end once you leave our care. Once you have completed your course of treatment with us, your support network will be a critical factor in helping you to avoid relapse. This is a responsibility that we take very seriously. Because as we have noted, your recovery does not end when you leave Blueprint Recovery. And so, neither should our role in helping you maintain your sobriety.

For this reason, we have built an extensive alumni program in NH and across the country. Your peers in recovery are some of the best resources at your disposal. They know what you have been through, what you are going through now, and have struggled with many of the same issues that you have. The main goal of our alumni program is to give anyone who wants to continue that support the chance to do so. 

The Benefits of an Extensive Support Network

A strong support network is one of the most critical ingredients in recovery. And of course, it will not be limited to just your peers in recovery; it will also include friends and family. But as a member of our alumni program, you will maintain contact with a group of individuals who understand what you are going through. 

And there is a bonus that very few people consider. As a member of the alumni program, you will also be a part of someone else’s support network when they reach out to you. Our alumni regularly contact us about how helpful being able to be there for someone else is recovery. It helps with your own sobriety by giving you a special function, something that not many other people in the world can do: listen, understand, and support the people who need you the most. In this way, helping your peers is a way of extending your own recovery. And this is one of the main reasons we established our alumni program.

What to Expect in the Blueprint Recovery Alumni Program

As a member of the alumni program in NH, or wherever you call home, you will have the chance to give and receive support from your peers in a wide variety of ways. Some of the advantages of participation include, but are not limited to:

  • Our alumni database, which includes contact information for all of the participants in the program — use it to reach out for help and support when you need it
  • Regular telephone and email contact from the experienced team at the Blueprint Recovery Center
  • Information useful to your recovery, including educational materials from Blueprint Recovery
  • The opportunity to attend social events organized by the alumni program, or by Blueprint Recovery directly
  • The opportunity to share your experiences with others who will benefit, and to support your peers in sobriety

You have committed to your own sobriety. And by participating in the alumni program, you continue that commitment, while extending it to others in need as well.

Learn More About The Blueprint Recovery Alumni Program Today

When your outpatient treatment at Blueprint Recovery ends, your journey does not. In some senses, as you reenter the world and start your new life drug- and alcohol-free, that journey is just beginning. Joining the alumni program will grant you access to a thriving support network when you need it most. Contact the Blueprint Recovery Center alumni program online today or call us at 833.654.1004. You don’t have to recover alone.