Young Adult Addiction Program
The most important Healthy relationships are about trust, honesty, communication, boundaries, and compromise. Sounds simple enough, but sometimes struggling young adults don’t see relationships in such black-and-white terms.
Life Skills In Our Christian Rehab
Young men who struggle with addiction issues often need help learning life skills such as problem-solving, money management, time management, self-awareness and personal change. Life skills are regarded just as important as intelligence. At Beartooth Men’s Rehab, we will help participants learn more about themselves and the competencies they possess in many life skills areas.
For example, respect is a very important life skill every adult needs to cultivate to have healthy relationships. Respect comes in two forms – respect for self and respect for others. Although they may not appear to be connected, these two forms of respect are interconnected in several ways: For people to show respect to other people, animals, nature, their community, the environment, and the universe, they must have a deep respect for themselves. Without this respect for self, it becomes difficult to empathize with the plight of others.
Secondly, people are constantly attempting to balance their self-interests and the interests of others. And finally, a basic human value that individuals strive for is social interest, or the concern and respect for other people in the world and helping to build a better future for others. At Beartooth Men’s Rehab, at our Christian addiction rehab, we help young adults learn to respect the dignity and worth of every human being. This process often starts with learning how to respect and work with animals. When the young men are responsible for taking care of feeding and watering the livestock, for example, they experience first hand what it means to have another living being totally dependent on them to stay alive and thrive.
What Makes a Relationship Healthy?
Young adult addiction recovery is centered around being concerned about others, the young men can begin to experience a greater sense of generosity, contribute to the well-being of others, and find joy in their sense of social interest.
Our goal is to help every young adult in our Catholic rehab program learn to appreciate how great it feels to serve others. Whether their service is directed to the community (or world), is found through formal organizations, or through informal involvement in social issues, the participants learning to serve others discover who they are and what their unique gifts are. Pope John Paul understood the importance of this vital life skill of serving others, and captured this principle in this statement ” One can only discover who they truly are, by giving the sincere gift of themselves for the good of others”.
What To Expect in Our Drug and Addiction Rehab
While at Beartooth Men’s Rehab, we will help participants learn more about themselves and the skills that they possess (and those they need to learn) in order to be of service to other people and make a contribution to the welfare of others. They will learn about the importance of these skills in developing personal and professional success.
The following five areas are the important life skills we want to impart to the young adults in our Catholic addiction rehab: Being respectful of myself, being respectful to others, being generous, being kind to the universe, and being a servant to others in need. Helping young adults develop healthy relationship & life skills can help them interact positively with others as they mature.
Here are the skills that we will work on with the young men during their stay at Beartooth Men’s Rehab, we are here to help them develop and maintain healthy relationships:
Respect: showing consideration for the feelings and well-being of the other person.
Anger Management: dealing with anger in positive, non-violent ways.
Problem Solving: knowing how to break problems down, find possible solutions, and consider the likely outcomes for each solution.
Negotiation and Compromise: turning problems into “win-win” situations in which each partner gets some of what he or she wants.
Assertiveness -Not Aggression: asking for what one wants clearly and respectfully, without threats, intimidation, or physical force. Assertive communication means respecting the rights of others, as well as your own rights.