The Lakehouse Drug and Alcohol Treatment center is taking applications for its 2016 annual scholarship giveaway. As a place of sanctuary for those suffering in the grip of addiction and alcoholism, The Lakehouse Recovery Center is focused on not only helping people overcome addiction, but also giving them a second chance to pursue their dreams.
Read on to learn how you can be eligible to win a $1,000 scholarship from The Lakehouse Recovery Center and take your first steps on the path to a rewarding career in the health and wellness field.
2016 Annual Scholarship Giveaway Requirements
To be eligible, you must be currently enrolled in an accredited college under a major related to mental health and/or addiction medication. Applicants who are interested in applying for a chance to win the $1,000 scholarship must provide the following:
- First and last name
- Phone number
- Email address
- Name of your school
- Your current major
- Year you plan to graduate
- A 500 word essay
The essay provided should discuss what careers you are considering once you graduate. The essay should provide compelling reasons why you deserve the scholarship to support your ongoing education.
The deadline for entries is 7/1/2017. After all essays have been submitted, the winner will be announced on 8/1/2017.
We encourage you to write your story and apply for this exciting opportunity!
Annual Scholarship Entry Form
Relapse Prevention Plan Essay
1065 WordsJan 3rd, 20155 Pages
Relapse Prevention Plan
Grand Canyon University
PCN 501 November 26, 2014
Relapse Prevention Plan
Jed, a 38 – year old welder, enrolled in the treatment center after his arrest resulting from drunken driving (DUI/DWI) (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, n.d.). His lawyer has advised him to stop drinking and get treatment until his trial date, which is in approximate two months. Jed does not believe that he will serve any jail time, but feels that treatment could help strengthen his court case (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, n.d.). In this paper, I will create a relapse prevention plan that will aid Jed as he enters into his treatment program. This paper will also show…show more content…
This would be accompanied by the reconstruction of the current problems, the alcohol and substance use history, life history and retrieval relapse history. Through the reconstruction and presentation of problems, the now and here issues that stand to cause immediate threat to sobriety can be pinpointed and crisis plans developed to resolve such issues.
Step 3: Relapse Education
Relapsers have to be familiar with the relapse process and the best ways to manage it. Involving the family and other sponsors is a great idea. The education should strive to emphasize four main messages: First, relapse is an ordinary and a natural process in the recovery out of the chemical dependence. One should not be ashamed of it like in the case of Jed who “gets jumpy” when he tries to stay away from drinking, feeling “closed in or like he is suffocating”. He also cannot imagine how to explain to his buddies why he is not joining them in the bars. Secondly, people are not all of a sudden taken drunk. There are gradual warning sign patterns that indicate they are slowly cropping in again. Such signs can only be recognized when one is sober. Thirdly, after they are identified, the recovering individuals