Accountability plays a crucial role in helping individuals with substance use disorder take responsibility for their actions and develop the skills they need to maintain lasting recovery. What sets GraceWay Recovery apart from other programs is our core focus on practicing accountability.
One aspect of accountability is helping residents understand the link between their actions and the consequences that result from them. Another aspect is fostering a sense of personal responsibility. This includes encouraging them to take ownership of their recovery, set and work towards goals, and make amends for past mistakes.
Our program provides an environment where accountability is not only encouraged, but necessary so that residents can honestly look at their actions and make positive steps towards growth.