Managing Sobriety Discreetly

June 11, 2017
Woman and daughter on street

Dedicating yourself to a sober lifestyle isn’t easy, but it’s crucial for anyone looking to maintain a healthy family life. As you’re likely aware, addiction doesn’t just affect you, it affects your entire family. This is especially true when you have children and you’re involved in a custody situation, whether it’s an existing arrangement or you’re just entering family law proceedings and are trying to establish basic ground rules that will ensure your children are living in stable environments. Having the means to discreetly manage your sobriety at any moment cannot only enhance your dedication to sobriety by adding an additional layer of accountability, it can also improve your child custody situations.

Managing Sobriety Can Help You With Custody

When you need to show that you’ve been clean and sober, having the means to show your sobriety whenever you need to is a mark in your favor. The ability to test yourself at home is not only more discrete, it also allows you the opportunity to show your sobriety in real-time.When you’re attempting to establish a custody schedule it gives everyone involved peace of mind when you’ve dedicated yourself to being held accountable to any sobriety standards that are necessary. It’s equally important that you’re willing and able to offer assurance in an existing custody agreement, giving everyone the assurance that your children safety is your top priority. You need technology available that will help support both parents in creating a safe home for your children, and technology that will do that reliably, privately, and at any time of your choosing.

Managing Sobriety Benefits Your Children

Being able to hold yourself accountable to your sobriety at any moment of the day isn’t just good for you; it’s also good for your children. There’s an added measure of security there when both parents can remain confident that your sobriety is a non-issue when it comes to the day to day tasks of raising your child and maintaining your visitation schedules. Creating a safe environment for your child is the number one priority in every custodial situation, and having access to a user friendly device that simply and clearly provides the answers you need makes it all the easier to do exactly that.

Soberlink Provides Discrete Low Maintenance Testing

With your own Soberlink device you have the ability to test when you want, where you want, and in complete privacy. There are no third parties, no doctors, just you, your device, and the party requesting the results. Soberlink devices are designed to be simple and user friendly, providing you with immediate results at each scheduled visitation, and there are two different devices to choose from depending on your particular needs and potential schedules.

The Soberlink Cellular model uses Verizon wireless technology to transmit your results securely from the device directly to the Verizon network, easily accessed via a web portal. The Soberlink Bluetooth smartphone breathalyzer offers the convenience of submitting breath alcohol tests through an iPhone or iPad’s existing Wi-Fi or cell connection. It allows you to travel internationally as well with a battery life of at least ten days, making it possible for you to continue your life uninterrupted no matter where it takes you.

When you’re the parent of a child you can never know where life is going to take you, so whether you’re going to an on the road baseball game, or a family vacation, you can rest assured that sobriety accountability is easy to access no matter where you are. The best thing for your family and for your children is a safe and stable custody arrangement, and with Soberlink it’s never been easier to provide them with both.

About the Author

Christie Hopkins has personal and professional ties to the Family Law industry. She has extensive experience working with families going through child custody disputes. Christie approached Family Law with attentiveness and care to ensure both parties feel valued and heard.

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