Guardian IOP Alumni Engagement Program
Community is such an integral part of Guardian IOP’s approach to treatment. Clients spend a significant amount of time working with and learning about one another and form bonds that last a lifetime. Our alumni network is a unique, special community, and we want our alumni to stay engaged in that community long after they’ve completed treatment.
So much of recovery is rooted in having a healthy, strong support system that consists not just of friends and family, but of other people who are also in recovery and have a deep understanding of the challenges that come with recovery.
Clients are introduced to our alumni community early on, and we encourage them to get involved upon completing our program. Our alumni program offers an opportunity to stay connected to fellow members of the Guardian IOP family, as well as contribute to the success of current clients.
Alumni Events & Activities
Guardian IOP is proud to have such an extensive, active alumni community. We’re also very fortunate that our South Florida location keeps us close to many of our alumni. Since recovery is an ongoing process, we strive to provide ample opportunities for alumni to connect. We regularly host a range of events and activities for Guardian IOP alumni, including:
- Weekly alumni meetings.
- Basketball, volleyball and bowling leagues.
- Deep sea fishing excursions.
- Sporting events.
Our alumni program was created to help those who’ve completed our IOP to build upon the recovery progress they’ve made and stay engaged and committed to a clean, sober lifestyle. It’s crucial for people in recovery to be able to connect with others who are also in recovery. Our alumni program is a unique community of people who empathize with and understand one another, which makes such a difference in life in recovery.
The Help You Need Is Here
Whether you are ready to take the first step toward lifelong recovery or want to connect with fellow Guardian IOP alumni, we encourage to speak with a Recovery Specialist at 855-517-1871.