What are your goals for recovery? Are you goals achievable or manageable?
When I was working in an out-patient facility I was often baffled by the system and how everyone was just expected to follow the same plan regardless of what substance they were struggling with, how deep their addictions were and whether or not they were diagnosed with a co-occurring disorder. Throughout my research, I found this to be the case in most treatment facilities. There were very specific things to do in just ninety days and then each person was sent on their way.
Does that really work? For some, maybe. But, for most people, no. And that is why most people relapse after attending a treatment program.
I am telling you right now that there is no one specific way that works. Your goals for recovery need to be self-created and catered to you, not something that comes from someone else. While there may be people who can help support you or people who have good advice you need to ask yourself, whose goals are these and are they achievable for me?