Sovereign Health Launches Innovative Relationships in Recovery Toolkit
San Clemente, Calif. — Sept. 6, 2016 — Sovereign Health, a leading national provider of behavioral health treatment services, announces the launch of the “Relationships in Recovery” content toolkit, an innovative new resource for former patients and their loved ones. The “Relationships in Recovery” toolkit is a step-by-step resource that provides readers with tools to help them rebuild relationships that were affected during their addiction. The goal of the toolkit is to aid those in recovery with the difficult journey of self-examination, maintaining healthy connections and finding acceptance.
“We recognized a need to provide credible, practical tools and educational resources related to substance use disorders when many emergency personnel websites failed to offer any guidance on this topic to the general public,” said Rachael Mattice, managing editor for Sovereign Health. “Our goal with this content toolkit is to provide applicable, easy-to-read information to a plethora of audience members, but especially to assist those new to recovery and their family members during the ongoing (and sometimes difficult) treatment of substance use disorders. Sovereign Health felt National Recovery Month was an appropriate time to publish this content as the need for prevention, treatment and recovery support services continues to grow nationally.”
The 70-page guidebook serves as an in-depth guide for repairing damaged relationships in treatment and recovery, and provides information about Sovereign Health’s facilities and other helpful recovery resources. The “Relationships in Recovery” toolkit is a comprehensive guide that aids readers in recognizing the signs and symptoms of an overdose, choosing an addiction treatment center, managing and defeating cravings, reconciling relationships in recovery, and conquering legal and financial problems that arise in treatment and recovery. In addition, the toolkit includes other interactive graphics and elements such as an interview on repairing damaged relationships in substance use disorder treatment and recovery, a “Relationships in Recovery” quiz, an interactive graphic on identifying common household items also used as drug paraphernalia, a guide to Sovereign Health’s facilities, and a directory of behavioral health and recovery resources.
Sovereign Health’s treatment facilities are licensed to provide both addiction/dual diagnosis treatment and mental health treatment, such as trauma, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Sovereign also offers treatment for chronic pain, eating disorders and cognitive deficits. Sovereign provides patients with advanced diagnostic assessment processes, the utilization of cutting-edge technology, and strong medical and clinical leadership. The organization treats adolescents and adults, and is also proud to serve active United States military personnel and returning war veterans.
About Sovereign Health
Sovereign Health’s mission is to provide a broad spectrum of high-quality behavioral health treatment services for adults and adolescents, including support services for family members. One factor that differentiates Sovereign from other treatment providers has been the company’s ability to offer separate mental health and addiction or dual diagnosis treatment programs at its facilities. For more information, visit www.sovhealth.com.
Wendy Allen, Public Relations Manager: 866-686-0090