Addiction Recovery

February 8, 2019

Is There a Relationship Between Social Media and Alcohol Use Disorder?

When you’re in a public space, chances are you – or someone next to you – is scrolling through their social media feed. Whether it’s Facebook, […]
February 7, 2019

Alcohol-Related Resources for College Students

Before getting clean, Valentine’s Day for me was either a romantic night out with a partner (with wine, of course), or a total downer of a day spent sad and alone (also, with wine). There was never really any in between, and I tended to base my happiness on whether or not I was in a relationship. The one guarantee was that there was always alcohol present, even if that just meant that I was sitting in my apartment while drinking alone and listening to Leonard Cohen.
February 5, 2019

4 Sober Valentine’s Day “Date” Ideas for Couples and Singles

Before getting clean, Valentine’s Day for me was either a romantic night out with a partner (with wine, of course), or a total downer of a day spent sad and alone (also, with wine). There was never really any in between, and I tended to base my happiness on whether or not I was in a relationship. The one guarantee was that there was always alcohol present, even if that just meant that I was sitting in my apartment while drinking alone and listening to Leonard Cohen.
February 1, 2019
Relapse Prevention Plan

3 Ways to Effectively Incorporate Remote Alcohol Monitoring into Relapse Prevention Plans

For many, the road to recovery doesn’t end once treatment is over. To promote long-term sobriety, Addiction Recovery professionals will often put relapse prevention plans in […]
January 31, 2019
Stress management for addiction treatment professionals

Four Ways Addiction Treatment Professionals Can Manage Their Own Stress

Stress is inherent to any workplace, but when you are in the addiction treatment industry, stress becomes a significant component of your day. It is truly […]
December 27, 2018
Recovery Support Networks

Types of Support Networks for People in Recovery (Beyond AA)

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.
December 19, 2018

How Alcohol Monitoring Changes Lives and Supports Recovery

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.
November 16, 2018

7 Tips for Long Term Recovery Success

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). […]
November 13, 2018

Easy Alcohol Monitoring for Long-Term Recovery

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 […]
October 16, 2018
Recovery

5 Ways Soberlink Will Positively Impact Your Recovery Journey

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.
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