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
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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
When transitioning from a drug rehab or addiction center back into the outside world, you may consider sober living homes. These facilities allow you to coexist with other sober individuals. You will continue aftercare for your substance use disorder (SUD) while maintaining a job and following the sober home’s rules. If you or a loved […]Read More
Healing from addiction doesn’t mean hating who you used to be. You can learn from past mistakes and love the old you and the new you along the way. Self-love is incredibly important because when you don’t love yourself, it’s hard to believe anyone else can love you and you might end up self-sabotaging relationships […]Read More
The correlation between forgiveness and addiction recovery is vast. There is a lot to unpack regarding forgiveness, and forgiveness isn’t just a simple act. Whether you are trying to forgive others, seeking forgiveness from others, or working on forgiving yourself, these are all vital parts of your recovery. Withholding forgiveness means you’re holding onto anger, […]Read More
Rehab is often a step in the early part of recovery. You may enter a drug rehab facility to detox before treatment even begins. Deciding to get sober is a vital step in the recovery process and needs to be treated with the care only a professional can offer. The role of a physician largely […]Read More
Working on drug and alcohol addictions is hard but rewarding work. However, sometimes it’s easy to replace one addiction with another — and it doesn’t have to involve drugs, either. Process addictions are based around the same kind of repetitive harmful behaviors involved in chemical addiction, but they don’t involve the physical symptoms caused by […]Read More
When it comes to addiction recovery, meditation can be an extremely effective tool. It helps you stay in the present moment, releases healthy brain chemicals, and provides a safe place to focus on your recovery without distractions. In this blog post, we will discuss the ways this vital form of self-care can help you stay […]Read More