It’s perfectly understandable to think that you may be able to become sober and stay that way on your own, but it’s unlikely to be successful. All too often, this leads to relapse and worse. 

Even in the most supportive living situation, a person struggling with addiction and/or mental health disorders may have any number of stressors, triggers, temptations, and more that they are unable to successfully cope with. 

Beyond that, the underlying causes of your addiction and/or mental health struggles will continue to be that; underlying and unaddressed. Thus, any progress you make will almost inevitably be undone, thwarting your recovery journey before it starts. 

It’s worth it to reach out to us to see how we can help so that you give yourself the best possible chance at real, lasting success.