Category: Sober Living

Structured and continued recovery is the goal of sober living. These homes help you transition back to a normal life. They are generally the next step after inpatient rehab.

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8 Ways To Manage Alcohol Cravings During Social Events

Around 15 million Americans have an alcohol addiction,1 and drinking alcohol is often a common occurrence at social functions. Before you got sober, you may have …

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7 Ways to Maintain Sobriety After Rehab

When you graduate from a substance abuse program, that’s a HUGE accomplishment. No one can ever take that away from you. But spending 30 days …

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Sobriety and College

Enrolled in College After My Clinical Rehabilitation. What Now?

It can be hard to maintain your sobriety in college. Often colleges are centers for alcohol and sometimes drugs. For many younger students, experimenting with …

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Alcoholics Anonymous Orange County CA – Young People In AA

All California Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous, or ACYPAA, is an organization within Alcoholics Anonymous that many young people in Orange County AA gravitate towards …

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Should You Make New Year’s Resolutions in Recovery?

January is the start of a brand-new year, and many people view it as a “clean slate” of sorts. It’s an opportunity to bring about …

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