Israel is a leader in treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery from substance abuse and mental health challenges. Being in Israel, and being in Retorno, means that you are in an environment where resilience is nurtured. You can expect the Israeli cultural norms of peer support and self-reliance to complement the counseling and treatment – helping you develop the resources that you need for a sober life.
At Retorno, group dynamics and peer encouragement help you build the internal resources needed for successful recovery. As part of “pressing reset” on your life, Retorno will help you develop competencies that have grown dormant.
Reach out now to reclaim your life
Israel makes tangible the realization that seemingly impossible goals can be attained. Retorno gives you the resources to make your goals of recovery and sober living a reality.
Addiction often causes your connectedness to self, family, and community to wither. Being in Israel helps you connect to your roots. Building connections and rootedness can be key elements in enabling your road to recovery. At Retorno, your journey to self-discovery includes building connections to family, community, and your roots.
Building meaning – rehab in Israel
Just the atmosphere in Israel contributes to feeling connected and meaningful. Instead of social alienation, experience a high level of mutual caring. Instead of every man for himself (or herself!), foster a sense of attachment.
Addiction tends to focus your functioning on the most self-serving level. Part of recovery at Retorno is to feel understood, to learn to receive love, to be able to care for others. As you develop the ability to give and receive, you can reclaim your inner self. As your life becomes imbued with meaning, you fill the vacuum where addiction takes root.
Overcome your addiction – substance abuse rehab in Israel
Reach out today to Retorno. At Retorno you can expect the highest level of care as you rebuild, reconnect, and recover.
The Jewish community has many resources for recovering from substance abuse. The Jewish Addiction Awareness Network (JAAN), Amudim, Beit T’shuva, 12-step programs that meet in synagogues, and mental health professionals that work through community groups, Jewish Federation & Family Services (JFFS), community professionals, teachers, and mental health professionals can all be part of your family support system. When inpatient treatment is called for, Retorno should be your default choice. All families, Jewish families, as well as non-Jewish families, can learn more about the Retorno residential treatment program, or get help making an effective intervention.Please share this post!