Addiction often takes a toll on a person’s ability to do everyday tasks that come easy to most. Even though there are functional addicts who hold a job and pay their bills, the reality is that substance abuse typically takes a toll on the ability to be a well-rounded person. Because of this, Taos Recovery Center takes a great deal of pride in offering a life skills training program that addresses the need to build better habits and ethics in everyday life. Learn more about our life skills training program, below!
Addiction recovery isn’t just about trying to get somebody to stop using illicit substances. It’s about focusing on building a better personal foundation that makes it easier to maintain that sobriety for a lifetime. Life skills training helps create that personal foundation by giving our clients a higher level of confidence and self-esteem in what they are doing.
When partaking of our life skills training program, our patients will learn to focus on the following aspects:
Please don't wait to get help if you or someone you know struggles with addiction. You can give our friendly team a call to learn more about our treatment program, or the program at any Shadow Mountain recovery centers. Together, we can build a New Mexico where people are free of addiction.
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This place saved my life. There's no other way to put it. I would have lost my life to my addiction if I had not chosen Shadow Mountain in Taos. I am grateful every day that I decided on this place. I had been to inpatient rehabilitation centers before, and this is by far the best that I've been to. Everybody that works there understands and cares about what the clients are going through. The area is absolutely beautiful. There are plenty of activities to join in on. And the recovery scene in Taos is incredible. It is not an easy program, but it is life saving.Daniel Terrazas
Awesome, ethical, professional, positive outcomes, sharing and caring for peers in the addiction community, freedom!Lawrence W.