Tips for Preventing a Relapse

Perhaps one of the most pressing concerns on the minds of anyone in Riverside, Calif. or elsewhere who has been through drug rehab is how to stay clean after completing a rehab program. Despite the best efforts of both medical professionals and those they are helping, there are many who relapse shortly after returning to the real world. While a relapse isn’t always preventable, there are a few things that can be done to reduce the risk of it happening. The following infographic covers a few tips on how to avoid a relapse—after all, the more one can do to avoid negative influences and stay clean, the better.

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