Vocational Skills

While in active addiction, we have a tendency to damage relationships, burn bridges and create a lot of wreckage that needs to be cleaned up. Or perhaps we never learned important life skills in the first place.

The first step to rebuilding our lives is getting clean and sober. But then what? During treatment, a lot of people worry about what to do next. At Profound, our mission is to help our clients emerge having conquered their addiction, but also having helped them be prepared to reenter the world with confidence.

Profound offers Vocational and Life Skills education for our clients to ensure they are set up for long-term success. From resolving court issues, to searching for appropropriate employment, we will meet you where you are and help you through every step of your journey.

Some of the life skills you can expect to learn at Profound include:

  • Finding a place to live – Focus on stability and security.
  • Finding employment – Securing a low-stress job that supports your recovery.
  • Self-care – Healthy food, adequate sleep, regular exercise and proper hygiene
  • Structure – Building a daily routine to create healthy habits
  • Personal finance – Focus on banking, rebuilding credit and making financial amends
  • Stress management – Budgeting time, positive coping strategies, regulating emotions
  • Effective communication – Learning tact, setting boundaries, conflict resolution

Some of the practical benefits you can expect from your time at Profound:

  • Resolving court-related issues
  • Building a resume
  • Finding employment
  • Learning new skills
  • Completing GED
  • Going to college
Start your journey to recovery today.

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