When an alcoholic comes home from rehab, it is important to create a supportive and sober environment that can help them maintain their recovery. Here are some steps you can take:

Set clear boundaries: It is important to set clear boundaries that protect your own well-being and support the person’s recovery. This may include avoiding situations that may trigger their drinking and not allowing alcohol in the house.

Encourage a support system: Encourage the person to attend support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, and connect with other people who are in recovery. Offer to help them find resources and support them through the process.

Be supportive: Let the person know that you are there for them and offer emotional support during this difficult time. Be patient, compassionate, and non-judgmental.

Encourage healthy habits: Encourage the person to develop healthy habits, such as exercise, healthy eating, and stress management, which can help support their recovery.

Communicate openly: Communicate openly and honestly with the person about their recovery and any challenges they may face. Encourage them to communicate their needs and concerns as well.

Encourage professional help: Encourage the person to continue seeking professional help, such as counseling or addiction treatment, if needed.

Remember that recovery is a lifelong process, and it is important to support the person through the ups and downs of their journey. Set clear boundaries, encourage a support system, be supportive, encourage healthy habits, communicate openly, and encourage professional help. With the right support and resources, the person can maintain their sobriety and live a healthy, fulfilling life in recovery.