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.
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
The more, the better. That’s true about addiction treatment. The more support, education, and therapy a person receives while in treatment for addiction to drugs and alcohol, the more likely their recovery will be successful. Sober living homes are a great illustration of this. They provide accountability, structure, and additional support to people in treatment […]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
It’s the perfect home. Comfortable and spacious rooms. Walking distance from the beach. A large backyard with a pool. Amenities like wi-fi and meals are included in the rent. It’s all good until you get there, ready to move in, and discover there are no smoke detectors. Like any place you’re considering living in, it […]Read More
One of the surprising things about recovery is just how much free time it gives us. Addiction is a time sink when you think about it. There’s the time spent finding drugs. There’s the time spent using drugs. We spent time under the influence of drugs, and worst of all, there’s the time spent recovering […]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
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
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