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.
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
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
It can be hard sometimes to talk to a friend or loved one who’s going through drug rehab. You probably know by now how hard substance abuse treatment can be. It involves a lot of difficult work, self-examination, and bravery to step away from the emotional armor addictive substances provide. Even the first step of […]Read More
Making it to recovery is one thing. Staying there is another. Recovery is a condition that must be maintained carefully. For those of us who’ve completed treatment (or reached its outpatient stages), we rely on 12-step groups, accountability to our friends, and the skills we’ve learned in recovery to keep us away from relapses. It’s […]Read More
The path of substance use treatment is often complex and overwhelming, especially when you or your loved one are struggling with a substance use disorder. Fortunately, there are multiple ways to find help for substance use disorder in today’s society. Two of the programs used in substance use treatment are outpatient rehab and sober living. […]Read More
Why should you consider a sober home? If you’re in addiction treatment, this question is all but guaranteed to come up. It’s tempting to wonder why sober homes are even necessary, especially if you already have a place to live. Consider this: what’s your home situation really like? Are you up to living by yourself […]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
When you’re in recovery from addiction, it’s important to have a strong support network. This includes your family and friends, who may not always be the most supportive. In fact, their lack of support might stem from ignorance, anger at your substance use, or maybe they’re afraid of losing you now that you’re sober. Dealing […]Read More
Making the decision to go into sober living can be difficult. It’s a big step, and it’s not right for everyone. Sober living is not inpatient care; inpatient care is far more focused on recovery and medical supervision. Sober living offers people their first try at independent living, in an environment free from drugs and […]Read More
It can be tough to say no to a drink, especially when you’re sober. You may feel like you’re the only one who isn’t drinking, and you’ll feel left out or awkward. But there are ways to turn down drinks politely and without feeling too uncomfortable. In this blog post, we will discuss 5 ways […]Read More