We are men and women on a journey of growth achieved through discipline, accountability, and willingness. We have found that involving the family in the client’s recovery process aids immensely in establishing a successful and lasting recovery program. Family members are encouraged to seek out and become involved in self-help fellowships such as Al-Anon and Nar-Anon. Cape Cod Recovery helps to build a local support structure. Since addiction affects each individual physically, mentally, and spiritually, we work with our residents on each of these levels of recovery. We believe that those who suffer from addiction can and do recover in an atmosphere conducive to a healthy lifestyle. Our residents are committed to supporting each other through the process of early recovery.
We offer each individual the journey toward living a life free of substance abuse, thus experiencing the full benefits of a happy and healthy lifestyle. To accomplish this, we at Cape Cod Recovery have created a program designed to meet the specific needs of each recovering person, including weekly lectures, in-house meetings, one-on-one sessions, and daily participation in the 12-step fellowships. We place great emphasis on respect for each resident’s right to privacy.
Here at CCR, our primary purpose is to guide and facilitate the recovering person in the practice and use of available tools to build and support the foundation of a lifestyle free from the bondage of addiction.
Our goal is to provide a supportive living environment for men who desire a drug and alcohol-free life. Most importantly, those who come to us must be serious about building a foundation in recovery and putting into practice behaviors that are consistent with a recovery-based life.
Our atmosphere is one of seriousness. We provide an ideal setting in which individuals choosing to seek drug and alcohol rehabilitation in a healthy clinical environment, can achieve success. Our common goal is to remain clean and sober, as well as improving the overall health and life of our clients.