At Sober Partners, we have a pet friendly rehab so no need to worry about your pet while you are getting sober. It’s said that alcoholism and addiction is a family disease and no one member of the family feels the result of a client’s alcoholism or addiction more than our pet. When it’s time to get sober, why leave your pet at home? They deserve a break too.
Our experience is that our animals are a big part of our sobriety and will be of yours too. We’re also partnered with programs that accept dogs and cats, and agree that pets can be a very beneficial component to ones addiction recovery process.
More about our pet friendly rehab
Those who require treatment for drug abuse can also reap benefits from the involvement of pets in the recovery process. All this comes from the fact that anxiety and depression are reoccurring symptoms among people who are addicted to drugs. The companionship of a pet goes a long way to keep the user occupied at all times thereby dampening drug cravings. Contact with a pet allows for the release of chemicals with positive effects in the brain. This is more preferable to the changes brain chemistry. Pet friendly drug rehabs give the resident the freedom to live with their pets throughout the whole recovery process.
The advantages of animal therapy in a pet friendly drug rehab have been manifested in those person in a drug rehab with diverse drug abuse problems. Those who are face the problem of dependence on methamphetamine have showed positive changes when they are allowed have a pet as a companion. Another set of residents who have had positive results to pet companionship are those who are in recovery due to marijuana addiction. Another group of residents who unsurprisingly respond positively to this treatment are those who have already acquired this experience as pet owners.
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Alcoholism and/or Addiction is a family disease and no one member of the family feels the result more than our pet.
Alcoholism and addiction is a family disease and no one member of the family feels the result of a client’s alcoholism or addiction more than our pet.
Animals can be a very beneficial component to the recovery process, and can be for yours, too.