Relapse rates for substance use can vary depending on various factors such as the substance used, individual factors such as genetics and mental health, and the type and length of treatment received. However, it is important to note that relapse is a common part of addiction recovery and does not mean that treatment has failed. Rather, it can be seen as an opportunity to learn from the experience and make adjustments to one’s recovery plan. Studies have shown that relapse rates for addiction are similar to those for other chronic diseases, such as diabetes and hypertension, and may require ongoing management and support.