When walking the often unsteady path to recovery, it can be easy to miss a condition many are unaware of known as transfer addiction, or sometimes referred to as cross-addiction. It is important for those in recovery, and those trying to support someone in recovery, to understand the concept of transfer addiction and its potential
Shopping for someone in addiction recovery can be tricky. Afterall, what gift says ‘supportive, encouraging, and fun’ at the same time? Well, we’re here to tell you (or at least, drop some hints). Below, we’ve compiled a list of gifts for people in recovery that won’t end up in the return pile. Let’s get started.
We’ll just come right out and say it: finding employment after addiction or substance abuse is often no easy feat. Not impossible, but a little strange. Between the unexplained gaps in your resume and the fact that you may have taken an extended leave of work during your treatment, finding new work can be difficult
Day to day life looks – and feels – very different after treatment, but that doesn’t mean independent living is an unattainable goal. It just might take some time and effort to get there! Finding a great sober living environment is key to successfully navigating this transitional time between addiction and sobriety for a couple
If you’re looking for a sober environment to help with your recovery, you’re doing the right thing. This is a big step, and we want you to feel completely prepared for what’s to come. To get a better idea, we’ve outlined some of the most popular FAQs about Sober Apartment Living (SAL) and how it
If you’re in recovery and looking for that elusive “finish-line” to signify success in sobriety, you’ll be looking for a long time. Lifelong sobriety isn’t something that can be checked off a to-do list once you’ve reached a certain point. It’s a continuous journey that takes work and commitment – but it’s also extremely rewarding