innovative assistance program,
ADAP, combines monitoring, accountability, follow-up care, and communication with all persons involved in the participant’s life in order to achieve the best possible outcomes relative to permanent sobriety.
Recovery from alcoholism and addiction is a journey; there is no quick fix. For many people this journey begins with rehab stay where the cycle of active addiction is physically interrupted, and abstinence from their drug of no choice is achieved.
While this is a great beginning, and provides key tools to permanent sobriety, the real work begins when the addicted person begins the transition process from rehab to real recovery.
The fact is that nearly 50% of those who complete rehab successfully will relapse within the first year of leaving. Failure to follow the continuum of care plan established by their respective rehab centers is widely known to be the leading cause of relapse.
Addiction Directions Accountability Program (ADAP) was established for precisely this reason: to interrupt this cycle and provide a method by which the newly sober individual can have every opportunity for success in recovery.