relapse

Relapsing is neither inevitable nor uncommon. For the overwhelming majority of people, recovery follows a nonlinear path. What can help one individual stay sober may not be helpful for another; each person must figure out what works best for them. Success might involve developing new coping strategies, forming a more helpful support system, or finding Read More

support

The most helpful resources for overcoming recovery-related challenges tend to be provided in a community setting. Making connections to people who relate to you and fostering healthy, supportive relationships gives you access to one of the most powerful tools you can use to build your sober lifestyle. It can seem daunting at first to be Read More

support

Your experiences have the power to inspire hope in others. The storms you have weathered and vanquished may be relatable to many people within the sober living community. Everyone has a story that might inspire a listener, and encouragement means more when it comes from a place of empathy and real understanding. Allowing yourself to Read More

vet

You might have previous experience assisting veterans who are in recovery. Maybe you know someone in your personal life who has struggled with remaining sober while they worked through trauma related to their service. There is no denying that veterans face increased stigma and societal expectations that can cause roadblocks during recovery. You can change Read More

spirit

Addiction recovery often focuses on three broad areas of self-development and health: physical, mental, and spiritual. Where physical and mental health might be the “how?” of recovery, spirituality is the “why?” What keeps us going on our journey? What keeps us connected along our paths? What is this all really about? Spirituality is, by nature, Read More

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