A Year of Step, Through My Eyes
While not everyone’s path to healing looks the same, for many, the journey to sobriety includes learning about the 12 Steps of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous). But could the steps also help someone who isn’t in recovery?
The Day My Fear Turned to Wonder
Long before Kendall Svanda joined Mountainside, she was consumed by fear of the unknown. Learn how sobriety helped her embrace her inquisitive nature.
Tips for Moms in Recovery, From a Mom in Recovery
Tracy was stuck in an unhealthy marriage, trying to balance all the demands of motherhood, when she found relief in xanax and alcohol. Now, she is 15 years sober and hoping that her story will inspire other moms to reach out for help.
Real Talk on Managing Relationships Without Relapsing
Navigating personal relationships can be difficult for people in recovery, especially those in early recovery. In this short video, Jessica Dolan shares how she spends time with family and friends who may not be in recovery and how she has fun without risking relapse.
The Keys to Long-Term Recovery
The quality of a person's recovery journey is more meaningful than the length of time one spends in sobriety. Find out more.
Addiction Recovery: How We Talk About Our Experience Matters
Your recovery story is important and can serve as an inspiration to others, but sharing it outside of a 12 Step meeting isn't always easy. Learn simple tips to help you feel more comfortable sharing your story with those outside of the recovery community.