How 12-step facilitation therapy works
During their stay here at The Ranch, our residents experience the high-quality treatment, care, therapy, and community that they need to help them abstain from addictive substances. But what happens after they leave to return to their everyday lives? That’s where the work of 12-step facilitation therapy comes in.
We help our first responders understand that substance addiction is a chronic disease, not a moral failing. Residents are taught to accept that they can’t control this disease through willpower and that abstaining is the best solution.
After the understanding that individual willpower isn’t enough, we help residents surrender to a higher power and the community of fellow recovering addicts.
Prepared with the education of the process they learned at First Responders First, our residents are set up for success to stay involved in 12-step programs when they return to their regular lives.
Take the first step
Our 12-step facilitation therapy is just one of many treatments we offer first responders. If you’re ready to make the change you or a loved one need for a better life, contact us today. Call (888) 252-5767, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us online.