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.
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
Recovery feels great, and it should. At some point in everyone’s recovery, we hit our stride. No longer hindered by withdrawal symptoms, we’re making real growth in our therapy sessions, developing great habits, and overcoming real obstacles. These milestones can make us feel incredible, and there’s a name for those feelings: The Pink Cloud. We’re […]Read More
Running a sober living home? Congratulations, you’re providing a life-changing service for those of us in recovery. It’s a hard job (and one that’s often misunderstood) but it really does help many of us change our lives for the better. For people attending a drug rehab or addiction center, a stay in a sober living […]Read More
Relapse. There’s no greater weight hanging over our heads in recovery. Unfortunately, they’re common – studies have shown over 80% of people relapse during their first year of recovery. Most of those relapses happen within a month of leaving a drug treatment center. We’ll say it upfront: a relapse isn’t the end of the world. […]Read More
Recovery is about becoming a new person. Part of that involves repairing relationships. Of all the terrible things addiction does, the effects it has on relationships are among the worst. Addiction is a very isolating disease, causing people to seal themselves away from others as they pursue addiction. It drives away the people who care […]Read More
Journaling is both an art form and a therapeutic tool. It gives you an opportunity to channel your experiences into words. It is possible to struggle with journaling, though. It does not always come naturally, especially if you are not in touch with your mental state. Neglect, trauma, and chronic stress can stifle emotional awareness. […]Read More
If you’re moving into a sober living home, congratulations! This is an important step in your recovery journey. A positive support system is a key to maintaining sobriety. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to develop a strong support system and use it to your advantage. You’ll make new friends who share your life […]Read More
Feeling overwhelmed lately? You’re not alone. The combination of 24/7 news, devices keeping us plugged in, and a seemingly endless number of challenges facing us can make even the most cheerful person feel like they’re under assault. For those of us in recovery, this amount of pressure can become overwhelming quickly. Living a sober lifestyle […]Read More
Drug rehab is all about structure. Why? Because structure helps us heal. A structured group therapy session allows us to communicate safely and in a healthy manner. Structured classes help us learn and focus, which heals our brains. Structured therapy sessions help us think about our history and decisions, while setting goals for our future. […]Read More