Category Archives: Sober living

What Is a Sober Living House?

Our mission is to foster long-term sobriety by creating a supportive environment where house members participate in each other’s recovery. We encourage everyone to reinforce positive lifestyle changes through adventure, support, and peer feedback. A recovery house, also known as a sober house, is a place for you to continue your treatment. But rather […]

25 Recovery Quotes That Inspire Sobriety

Content Sobriety Quotes & Treatment Options FUNNY SOBRIETY QUOTES Embrace self-care in recovery: Positive Sober Quotes But I also had an awful secret—an alcohol and cocaine addiction that had worsened to the point of drinking and using around the clock. I was what’s known as a high-functioning addict, looking like a relatively normal person to […]

Meaning-in-Life: A Vital Salutogenic Resource for Health Health Promotion in Health Care Vital Theories and Research NCBI Bookshelf

The things you like to talk about and the things you enjoy sharing on social media may reveal the things that give you purpose in life. Even though striking up conversations with strangers may feel awkward at first, talking to people outside of your immediate social circle can open your eyes to activities, causes or […]

7 simple steps to ‘strategize your life’, set yourself up for success

Existentialists suggest that the awareness of your freedom and responsibility can often lead to a sense of overwhelming dread. It’s easy to see how some of the techniques of logotherapy overlap with newer forms of treatment such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). In this way, logotherapy may be a complementary approach for these behavior and thought-based […]

Oxford House Shows Promise in Maintaining Sobriety

Content United Way’s Resource Database COMMUNITY CENTER PHONE Oxford Houses offer both recovery benefits and cost savings Community Kitchens (in some houses) Thinking About Returning To Oxford House? What Do Your Costs Cover? This was even true despite greater average cost per each participant over 2 years ($3200 more). All told, the net benefit of […]

PTSD and Problems with Alcohol Use PTSD: National Center for PTSD

Studies examining outcomes of integrated treatments among people with comorbid AUD and PTSD, when compared with people who have PTSD and substance use disorder involving multiple substances, is necessary to identify and target specific alcohol-related treatment needs. Finally, given the heterogeneous nature of AUD120 and the complex etiology, ptsd and alcohol abuse course, and treatment […]