OAK FOREST COMMUNITY

SUPPORTING LONG TERM RECOVERY THROUGH CONSISTENT HUMAN CONNECTION

“From day one, I wanted Oak Forest to be more than just a place to recover from addiction. Being part of our community helps you create lasting connections that stick with you long after you’ve moved on from treatment. True recovery thrives in a close-knit community where everyone has each other’s backs. At Oak Forest, we’re not just providing a service; we’re building a family where everyone belongs and everyone matters.”

– RJ, Founder of Oak Forest Recovery

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Higher Recovery Rates with Supportive Communities

Research has shown that individuals who engage with a supportive community during their recovery process are more likely to achieve and maintain sobriety. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the percentage of young adults (aged 18-25) who successfully complete a substance abuse treatment program is higher when they have access to a strong sup- port network.

Higher Recovery Rates with Supportive Communities

Research has shown that individuals who engage with a supportive community during their recovery process are more likely to achieve and maintain sobriety. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the percentage of young adults (aged 18-25) who successfully complete a substance abuse treatment program is higher when they have access to a strong sup- port network.

Decreased Relapse Rates

A study published in the journal “Addiction” found that young adults who actively participate in recovery communities, such as 12-step programs or peer support groups, are less likely to relapse. In the first year of recovery, relapse rates were significantly lower among those who had a strong sense of community support.

Decreased Relapse Rates

A study published in the journal “Addiction” found that young adults who actively participate in recovery communities, such as 12-step programs or peer support groups, are less likely to relapse. In the first year of recovery, relapse rates were significantly lower among those who had a strong sense of community support.

Improved Mental Health

Young people in recovery often struggle with co-occurring mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety. Engaging in communi- ty-based recovery programs has been associated with improved mental health outcomes. A study published in the journal “Psychology of Addictive Behaviors” found that social support within recovery communities is linked to reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Improved Mental Health

Young people in recovery often struggle with co-occurring mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety. Engaging in communi- ty-based recovery programs has been associated with improved mental health outcomes. A study published in the journal “Psychology of Addictive Behaviors” found that social support within recovery communities is linked to reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Reduced Risky Behaviors

Community support can also have a positive impact on reducing risky behaviors associated with addiction. According to a report from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), young adults who are part of a recovery community are less likely to engage in activities that can trigger a relapse, such as hanging out with peers who use substances.

Reduced Risky Behaviors

Community support can also have a positive impact on reducing risky behaviors associated with addiction. According to a report from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), young adults who are part of a recovery community are less likely to engage in activities that can trigger a relapse, such as hanging out with peers who use substances.

Longer-Term Recovery Success

Maintaining a connection to a recovery community is often associated with extended periods of abstinence and overall recovery success. SAMHSA reports that young adults who continue to engage with a re- covery community for an extended period are more likely to remain substance-free and lead fulfilling lives in the long term.

Longer-Term Recovery Success

Maintaining a connection to a recovery community is often associated with extended periods of abstinence and overall recovery success. SAMHSA reports that young adults who continue to engage with a re- covery community for an extended period are more likely to remain substance-free and lead fulfilling lives in the long term.

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