Connected through addiction recovery
Stay involved after addiction treatment
A large number of Marworth alumni stay in touch long after their treatment for alcohol and chemical dependency. Many are eager to stay involved and help others who are facing the same challenges they once did. Alumni often volunteer to be contacts for newcomers and prospective clients as well as make time to assist with activities and counseling. Most importantly, alumni and their families become part of a special network of caring people who are there to continue supporting one another for years to come.
Each year, we host an alumni reunion in August on the Marworth campus. Past patients and their families members are invited to enjoy camaraderie with other alumni, learn from inspiring guest speakers, revisit the campus, and reconnect with staff. Throughout the year, smaller alumni events are help in places like New York City and New England to help alumni in those areas stay connected.
Sharing your story
Marworth alumni can recount their stories of encouragement through profiles in the Marworth Messenger newsletter and website. Learn how you can Share Your Alumni Story.
Others choose to help raise support and funds for the institution that helped to turn their lives in a positive direction. Learn more about Contributing to Marworth.
Keep in touch
Call 800-442-7722 if you have an idea for an alumni event or if you simply want to let us know how you are doing.
Marworth uses targeted support groups to help people who’ve had past trauma. Our team can help with these trauma symptoms:
- Difficulty managing stress
- Difficulty connecting with others
- Feeling unsafe
- Flashbacks or recurrent dreams
- Sense of blame to self or others
- Inability to remember key aspects of trauma
- Survivor's guilt
Our addiction treatment program also offers trauma support through Seeking Safety: Trauma and PTSD Support Groups, which focus on topics such as:
- Grounding skills
- Asking for help
- Recovery thinking
- Anger and trauma
Call Marworth at 800-442-7722 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to speak with an admissions counselor. You can enroll in a substance use recovery program yourself or refer someone else for treatment. Many people are referred to Marworth by a family member, family doctor, therapist, employer, employee assistance program, insurance provider, clergy, community organization or another drug and alcohol center.