by James Fleury, RN
Ok, so you've put down the drink...now what? Now what after treatment? Walking into USP or any treatment center takes a lot of courage: courage to get honest, courage to ask
You're here because you're one of hundreds of uniformed professionals who have graduated from the Uniformed Service Program (USP) at the Brattleboro Retreat.
It's a big achievement, and we believe your work must continue. That's because living with challenges, accepting yourself, and reclaiming what's important to you is the effort of a lifetime! We hope that your time with us, your peers in the program, and the positive atmosphere of our campus will stay with you.
With this site, we're still here for you providing information, advice, resources, videos, and more that you can return to whenever you feel it’s needed. And, we'll keep you current on USP through our upcoming events calendar, blog, and featured news feed.
So take it one step at a time, keep living in the moment, and know that we're with you all the way.
The USP Aftercare Outpost provides health information and resources for USP alumni covering specific topics that will assist you in your recovery and help you maintain the level of health and fitness that leads to better living.
Aftercare Outpost can help. Now you can access a variety of resources that will help you remember, and sharpen, your skills via videos, podcasts, a blog, news including the latest trends in healthcare, links to articles and resources.
Aftercare Outpost can help. Our commitment to you and your family doesn’t end when you leave the USP. We'll provide resources that can help you and your family reunite and create a supportive and compassionate environment for returning to valued living.
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