Our Mission Continues
Our ongoing mission is healing you and your loved ones from the damaging disease of drug addiction. During your treatment stay at Recovery First, we provide you with customized, quality, comprehensive, compassionate, and innovative care to treat your alcohol or drug addiction and co-occurring mental health issues. When you graduate from our program, our mission does NOT stop.
Back Into Real Life
After graduation, your Alumni Coordinator is here for you as you make the transition from treatment back into real life. If you have questions, need to update your contact information, or just haven’t heard from us in a while, please reach out. We’re just one call or email away, 24/7.
Alumni Story: Nicole Vasquez
Nicole joined American Addiction Centers in 2013 as the AAC Alumni Support Lead at AAC’s corporate office. She originally hails from San Diego, CA and has been in recovery for multiple years. As AAC’s National Alumni Manager, she is committed to helping others and considers herself lucky to maintain relationships with AAC’s multiple alumni coordinators to plan and participate in events with alumni, family, and friends. Nicole’s passion is giving back and helping others. Whether supporting those in recovery or advising those with loved ones in crisis, Nicole has helped many who struggle with addiction to arrive at and succeed in treatment.
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Join our Alumni Program
Following completion of addiction treatment at Recovery First, we recommend that clients get involved with sober activities and recovery organizations that will aid in their transition from treatment to long-term recovery. Activities include joining the Recovery First Alumni group, attending local 12-Step meetings, and if desired, seeking out the option of sober living environments. Sober living housing can provide a structured living environment with a quiet lifestyle and residents working on their recovery.