One way to get free worksheets for relapse prevention is to download them from support group and treatment center websites, such as Therapist Aid, SMART Recovery, US Drug Rehab Centers and Mid-Ohio Psychological Services. As of December 2015, click the Download & Print Worksheet button on the Relapse Prevention Plan (Version 2) page on the Therapist Aid website.Continue Reading
On the Relapse Prevention: Trigger Homework Sheet page at SMART Recovery's website, click on the PDF icon. The site's Backward Steps to Addictive Behavior page also has a PDF icon to download a worksheet. The Free Workbook - Help Them Succeed page on the US Drug Rehab Centers website has a workbook picture link that automatically downloads relapse prevention worksheets. On the Mid-Ohio Psychological Services home page, highlight Forms under the Resources tab. Then, highlight Direct Forms and click on Handouts. To download worksheets, click on Relapse Prevention Workbook under Youth Treatment.
On the worksheet at Therapist Aid's website, people in recovery list coping skills, identify supportive individuals and describe outcomes of both relapse and sobriety. The page concludes with tips for staying sober. On SMART Recovery's website, the Trigger Homework worksheet focuses on a situation that triggered drug and possible alternative behaviors. The Backward Steps to Addictive Behavior worksheet has individuals rate triggers and destructive thinking that promote their drug use. The US Drug Rehab Centers' workbook includes several worksheets, such as one for listing any anticipated relationship, work, school, community and health problems for next three months. Using a Mid-Ohio Psychological Services worksheet, participants reflect on behaviors that caused them trouble with law enforcement, as well as their health, relationships and finances.Learn more about Health