Learn how these recovery support networks outside of AA can help people with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) maintain long-term sobriety. No one ever said that recovery was easy, but having a strong support network can make a world of difference when it comes to maintaining long-term sobriety.
Since 2011, Soberlink has helped thousands of people achieve accountability for sobriety and long-term alcohol recovery. From a newfound sense of independence to earning back the trust of friends and family members, Soberlink has contributed to several incredible milestones during the recovery journey. Here are just a few of the values that Soberlink has provided as told in real clients’ powerful success stories.
Let’s face it, giving up drinking isn’t easy. The sobriety journey itself isn’t a cake walk either, particularly if you’re someone with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). It is, however, one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself, but it does require diligence. Here are some tips for maintaining long-term sobriety once you’ve made the very brave decision to put down the alcohol.
For nearly four decades, The New Paradigm for Recovery has set the standard for Alcohol Use Disorder treatment. Treating substance abuse like a chronic illness that requires long-term care, The New Paradigm has seen exceptional success rates in Addiction Recovery, Workplace Compliance and Family Law. Using remote alcohol monitoring devices, like Soberlink, The New Paradigm is able to integrate recovery into daily life, supporting lasting sobriety and accountability.
Whether you are newly sober or have years of sobriety under your belt, Soberlink can make a positive impact on your recovery journey. Combining a breathalyzer with a cloud-based system Soberlink offers a variety of features specifically designed to promote accountability for sobriety and long-term recovery. Here are a five ways Soberlink supports lasting sobriety through state-of-the-art alcohol monitoring.