Completing treatment for drug and alcohol addiction can make one feel excited yet apprehensive. In an effort to continue supporting residents well after they’ve left formal residential treatment, we provide our alumni the opportunity to remain engaged in the supportive community that played an integral role in each resident’s recovery from the very start. Continued engagement with a sober community has proven to enhance the recovery experience and perpetuate sober behaviors. Magnolia Ranch alumni go on to become productive members of society who voluntarily carry the message of strength and hope to our new residents.
At Magnolia Ranch Recovery, we recognize that relapse is the biggest threat against the work completed during residential treatment. Therefore, we confront this problem by maintaining an open-door policy where alumni can address their concerns and struggles while still receiving therapeutic treatment if need be.
Alumni of Magnolia Ranch are provided continued services regardless of the time that’s lapsed since completion. Alumni are welcome to utilize our case manager, therapists and numerous other resources. Not only does Magnolia Ranch continue to garner and facilitate personal growth in its alumni, but also provides guidance in embarking on one of the most important chapters of their lives.
As part of our aftercare planning, follow up communication is of utmost importance. By staying in contact with our alumni, we help in keeping them accountable to the foundation that we helped build and to traverse the road to long-term recovery.
Your success is our success and we want you to be a part of the experience!
Our Family Alumni Program
At Magnolia Ranch, we fully recognize that addiction is a family disease. We have in place an extensive family program that we encourage all family members to participate in. The family that suffers together ought to recover together. Just as we are happy to provide continuing support for our alumni resident, we are also committed to remaining in touch with their families.
Parents, siblings, and spouses who have come face to face with drug and alcohol addiction share a bond that is almost unbreakable. Their experiences, both past and present, may be shared in personal stories, regularly held meetings, and programs such as Alanon/Alateen. There is no greater satisfaction than hearing of a family that was once broken and become healed, and we encourage all families of alumni to stay in touch!