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Month: December 2022 Articles

Sober Living and Long Term Recovery

Sober Living and Long Term Recovery

Ok, so you successfully completed a residential treatment recovery program. You feel great about this accomplishment but utterly frightened at what to do next. If the treatment center didn't set you up with a sober living to move into to help your next transition in...

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How To Stay Sober Over The Holidays

How To Stay Sober Over The Holidays

If you’ve recently embarked on a journey of sobriety, or you just sometimes get a little anxious around holiday times, we can help you know how to stay sober over the holiday. It is normal to feel nervous or pressured when around substances, but it is important to...

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3 Tips To Staying Sober

3 Tips To Staying Sober

It’s not easy getting sober. In fact, it’s one of the most difficult things that someone can do. Many times you have to completely change people, places and things. It is not for the faint of heart. However, once you have achieved sobriety, it’s important to do...

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Returning To Rehab? Think About This

Returning To Rehab? Think About This

Ok, so you relapsed. Many times this is considered the worst case scenario. Maybe you’re scared and immersed in uncertainty, and pain. This is normal. In some ways, it’s easy to think you’ve failed, but it’s vital to your well-being to push that thought away. Here are...

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How To Know If Someone Is On Meth

How To Know If Someone Is On Meth

Methamphetamine is a stimulant drug that is commonly known as crystal meth or simply meth. Reports show that meth is abused by half a million people in the United States every week. Crystal meth has very little medicinal usefulness. It is mainly used as a...

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