Rooted is a free alumni program and service provided to alumni from any of the Promises family of treatment centers to attend for life and is offered weekly at a variety of cities nationwide and online through our virtual meetings on the Zoom platform.
As society is aligning with the social adjustments needed for purposeful distancing, we have adjusted our sails so that we can navigate these winds and lead our alumni and others in recovery through these storms while continuing to provide meaningful avenues of connection.
Until further notice, We are welcoming all people in all forms of recovery (including those who did not attend treatment with us) to join us on any of our recently-expanded range of virtual recovery meetings. No matter what you are recovering from or what brought you here, WE ARE SO GLAD TO HAVE YOU JOIN US!
Below you will find our live calendar listing each of our virtual recovery meetings that are accessible to anyone worldwide all week, every week!
All of our alumni coordinators are peer recovery trained.
The Ranch PA Alumni Program
Your recovery journey doesn’t end when you leave The Ranch PA. Whether it’s for addiction, mental health, or a dual diagnosis, treatment is just the first phase of the rest of your life. After you leave the rehab facility, your goal changes from achieving recovery to maintaining it.
When you undergo rehab at The Ranch PA, your recovery is aided by our therapeutic living space and professional medical staff. Once you leave, however, life on the outside can quickly turn your recovery process upside down. We want to prevent you from relapsing, whether it’s resuming an addiction or losing control of a mental health disorder. That’s why we’ve launched The Ranch PA Alumni Program.
What Happens In Alumni Programs?
Alumni programs bring together former attendees of a treatment facility. Alumni programs apply to both addiction and mental health patients. The alumni network allows people in recovery from addiction and mental illness to connect with one another. These connections help recovering patients in many ways, including:
- Professional connections, which help you rebuild your life after undergoing treatment
- Support groups. Support group meetings are similar to group therapy and have been used in recovery since the 1930s. Peers share their experiences together as a way for the collective to grow and move forward. There are support groups for people dealing with substance abuse, mental health, or both.
- Helping others going through earlier stages of recovery
- Annual gatherings and community involvement
Joining The Ranch PA’s alumni program helps you retain the peer support network that helped you succeed in rehab.
One of the most important lessons of recovery, both before and after treatment, is that you don’t have to go it alone. This maxim is true in detox, where medical staff mitigates withdrawal. It is true in therapy when therapists and peers help you psychologically overcome mental health or addiction. And it is true after rehab, where alumni and support groups can help you stay on the straight and narrow.
Who Is Eligible To Join Our Alumni Program?
The Ranch PA alumni program is a free service that alums of our facility can attend for life. Our program convenes weekly in communities across America and online on the Zoom video-chat platform.
If you attended a facility that isn’t The Ranch PA, you can still join our alumni program! We want to help as many people as possible cement their recovery. No matter who or where you are, The Ranch PA alumni program is here for you.
Treatment at The Ranch PA
The Ranch PA has services that can help you achieve recovery and your dream of a better life. Before you advance your recovery in our alumni program, win your fight in one of our treatment programs. We offer both addiction and mental health treatment programs, including:
The Ranch PA also offers addiction treatment programs for substances including:
Don’t wait another day to recover from addiction and mental illness. Contact The Ranch PA online or call 717.969.9126. We’re happy to answer your questions about our alumni program and admissions to our treatment programs.