The Advantages of Traveling for Sober Living

Sober living homes offer a unique living environment that supports abstinence from drugs and alcohol and helps maintain a healthy recovery lifestyle.1 Sober homes offer people in recovery a safe place to transition into independent living, and many people decide on traveling for sober living, rather than staying close to home. Let’s take a look…

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What Is IOP?

IOP and Its Place in Recovery An estimated 24 million people suffer from addiction or dependency on drugs and alcohol in the United States. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reports that only 11 percent – 2.6 million – receive the treatment they need. In general, there are two main types of addiction treatment:…

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The Connection Between Anxiety and Drug Addiction

Anxiety and Drug Addiction Estimates are that more than 40 million American adults are suffering from some degree of an anxiety disorder. For those that fit into this category, you have a double or even triple likelihood of also having a substance use disorder. Showing a clear link between anxiety and drug addiction, this coincidence…

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What’s After Rehab?

Knowing What’s After Rehab is Critical to the Recovery Process The goal of treatment is always to pass to you the the skills you need in life to live a sober life and to manage stresses and challenges. Success after rehab means that these skills are vital to your success. Unfortunately, some people think that…

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5 Ways Sober Living is Worth The Struggle

Five Benefits of Sobriety Sobriety can be life-changing. Through feedback we get from former client, we hear over and over that their new, sober life is the greatest life our clients have ever known. If you are currently struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, however, sober living may not seem like greener grass on the…

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Workaholics: Do Certain Jobs Create More Risk for Addiction?

Drug Abuse and Addiction Though there are a number of professions that come with high rates of drug abuse and addiction, some of the highest risk jobs or industries include: Health care professionals. With easy access to prescription painkillers, benzodiazepines, and a number of drugs used for anesthesia, it can be difficult to withstand the…

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How to Talk to Friends About Recovery

Talking to friends of loved ones about your past struggles with addiction or recovery process can be difficult. While the weight of this secret is lifted from your shoulders, you’re still left wondering about how you will be judged.. Will this revelation affect the relationship? Will they lose respect for you? It’s nice to think…

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7 Tips for Staying Sober During the Holidays

Staying sober for the holidays Here are some tips for protecting your sobriety, preventing relapse and how to handle delicate situations. There’s a tendency to approach the holidays with unrealistic expectations and the normal holiday festivities can be more complicated for everyone if you don’t set some boundaries and expectations. Just traveling over a holiday…

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How To Support a Friend or Loved One in a Sober Living Home

While sober living homes in Orange County are similar to others around the country, but with a unique advantage – several of them are in superb locations. Some of amazing amenities. some are close to the beach and others offer budget-conscious options. When someone you love comes finally seeks help with their drug addiction problem…

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