If you are seeking drug and alcohol related addiction rehab for yourself or a loved one, the sponsored hotline is a confidential and convenient solution.
Calls to any sponsored hotline (non-facility) will be answered by:
Drug Treatment Advisors
If you wish to contact a specific medical detox center then find a specific detox center using our detox locator tool.
To learn more about how Sober Living Near You operates, please call us today.
A sober support system is an important part of recovery. This type of system can be made up of the people around a person in recovery, including their therapist, drug rehab staff, case manager, friends, and family. It’s crucial to develop a sober support system quickly. Why? Because these people can provide invaluable support during […]Read More
In recovery, there’s sober living … and living sober. Ideally, we want to do both as we recover from drug and alcohol abuse. Both sober living homes and 12-step addiction support groups play important roles in recovery. But the roles they play are also very different. Sober Living Homes Sober living homes are just that: […]Read More
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, finding a sober living home may be the best solution. This can be a difficult decision, however, as there are many sober living homes to choose from. How do you know which one is right for you? What should you look for when making your […]Read More
Late night phone calls. Checking arrest records or emergency room admissions. Sleepless nights wondering where they are. Addiction never affects just the person who’s addicted. The people around them who love and care for them suffer, too. When the decision to seek treatment for addiction is made, the loved ones and friends of the addicted […]Read More
These are common questions many of us ask during recovery: “Is sober living right for me?” “Do I need a sober living home?” “Can I afford a sober living home?” Granted, the decision to live in a home with a bunch of strangers isn’t an easy one to make. Plus, the rules many sober homes […]Read More
Recovery from addiction is not only about not using drugs. It is about creating a life that you do not feel the need to escape from. It is about engaging in things with presence and excitement and finding your childlike wonder again. It is about reminding yourself of your unshakeable worth and learning to love yourself again. […]Read More
Developing negative and irrational thoughts toward yourself and certain situations throughout addiction treatment is a common problem. As you work to overcome a series of problems, the ability to think irrationally and feel negative emotions often increases. Irrational thoughts can be hard to recognize. However, there are techniques you can implement to help you overcome […]Read More
Recovery is about building a new life. Like anything you build, you’re going to need some tools. It’s why a lot of us in recovery create a sober toolkit. It’s a collection of the things, people, and places we know we can rely on as we recover. They might be a favorite place to escape […]Read More
While in active addiction, prioritizing time to take care of yourself and forming healthy relationships often gets pushed to the side. This is because when you are struggling with substance use disorder (SUD), your main focus can become the substance you are addicted to. It is essential to think about yourself again during both treatment […]Read More
The same old, same old. Recovery can be a lot sometimes. While it’s the greatest decision anyone struggling with substance abuse can make, recovery has a habit of filling out our schedules. New obligations, events at our addiction center, therapy appointments, group meetings – it’s easy to see why it’s normal to feel a little […]Read More