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.
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
Travel is fun, and something a lot of people wish they could do more of. Travel planning, on the other hand… Developing a plan and/or an itinerary can be a little stressful, especially if you’re in recovery and want to avoid any environmental triggers which could result in a relapse or any other situation which […]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
California’s always been a destination for people looking to reinvent themselves. That’s especially true for those of us in recovery. It’s easy to see why Southern California’s such an attractive destination for anyone: the weather’s famously nice, there are tons of activities to do, and it’s a state which genuinely values living your best life. […]Read More
Pandemic drinking. One of the more unfortunate side effects of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, US adults began drinking heavily more and more since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in early 2020. So, it’s strange – refreshing, but strange – to see “sober curious” as one of 2022’s trending topics. It’s not something to be […]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
Moving into a sober living home is a major life change. A positive one, mind you, but a major life change all the same. While sober living is the perfect environment to recover in, it’s normal to have some questions and apprehensions before you settle in. One of the most useful sober living tips revolves […]Read More
“Vulnerable.” That’s one word that describes us during recovery. With good reason, too. We put in a lot of work at our drug rehab or addiction center. We’ve faced the things which drove our addiction. We’ve opened ourselves up to receiving help from strangers – that’s no easy thing to do. Real milestones and major […]Read More
Many people may have a common thought process about homelessness. There is a stereotype about the homeless population that says they struggle with substance use disorders. Substance Abuse in Homeless Populations How true is this stereotype? Current studies in PubMed and reports by the National Coalition for the Homeless estimate around 30 to 40% of homeless people are dependent […]Read More
Is Sober Living A Good Idea? Sober living homes can be fantastic resources when you recover. Living with people who genuinely understand what you’re going through can make all the difference when recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Offering protection from relapses, temptations to return to substance abuse, and a way to safely practice life […]Read More