Nearing the end of your rehab program may make you feel excited as you are finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. You will soon be done with all the program activities and structured living. But are you ready for all that freedom? Do you think that throwing yourself back into real… Continue Reading Successfully Transitioning From Sober Living Into Life Again
Drug and alcohol abuse is a complex disease that grows from a mix of biological, behavioral, emotional, interpersonal, and social elements. Those who find themselves addicted to drugs or alcohol may have used substances to cope with negative feelings and toxic memories that may have seemed unbearable. For others, substance abuse is a way to… Continue Reading How Sober Living Homes Help to Prevent Relapse
Co-occurring mental health issues are disorders that include both a mental illness and an addiction. For example, some people may have post-traumatic stress disorder and drug addiction. Co-occurring mental health issues are common because sometimes an addiction develops as a way to numb the painful effects of an illness. Remember that there’s a clear link… Continue Reading Co-occurring Disorders: How Sober Living Can Help
Do you remember what it is like to live sober? To wake up each and every day with clarity and focus? To handle responsibilities and daily life with ease? Or maybe that does not sound like you at all. Perhaps life before your addiction was plagued with frustrations, sorrows, and struggles. And that may be… Continue Reading Getting Sober, Living Sober
Recovery and sober living can be highly stressful since you are fresh in the recovery process and still have a lot of kinks to work out. Your outlook on life may be positive, but you are still not steady on your sober feet. That is why many people seek shelter in a sober living facility… Continue Reading Fundamentals of Wholesome Sober Living Environments
Transitioning into the real world as a newly sober individual can be challenging. You might not have the support you need from friends or family or might be looking for work or stable housing. Thankfully, there are sober living programs available that can provide you with the support and stability you need as you work… Continue Reading What Can You Expect at Sober Living?
Sober living homes are group homes for people in recovery that are free of alcohol and drugs. Many individuals who have completed an addiction treatment program do not feel ready to return to their home environment right away. Sober living programs serve as a transition from inpatient treatment to independent living and provide individuals the… Continue Reading Where Can I Find Sober Living Near Me in Los Angeles?
Substance use, mental health issues, and co-occurring disorders affect millions of Americans from all walks of life. For those who choose to seek help, remaining in treatment long enough to address your needs fully will ensure that treatment is effective. Having an environment that is comfortable or familiar will help you be more relaxed, enabling… Continue Reading What Makes a Luxury Rehab Different?
A federal holiday since 1941, Independence Day, or The Fourth of July, is widely regarded as the most popularly celebrated holiday in our nation. This year, with July Fourth publicized as the time it is safe to gather in large groups again following COVID-19, the celebrations are sure to be even bigger than ever. Commemorating… Continue Reading Tips for Having a Sober Independence Day Celebration
Sober living is a recovery option for those who have completed primary treatment for a substance use issue. Sober living is not just a temporary home but a lifestyle. Residential life teaches those in recovery how to function in the regular world without having to turn to drugs or alcohol. The main goal of all… Continue Reading What It’s Like to Live in a Sober Living Home