For those in recovery, the risk of relapse is a key concern. Protect yourself by learning to recognize warning signs and manage triggers so you can avoid relapsing.

The Important Lesson I Learned from My Relapse

Despite its stigmas, relapsing does not mean you will never be able to achieve sobriety. Zachary Cohn discusses what he learned through his own experiences.
Family Wellness

Why Your Loved One Using Again Is Not the End of the Road (And What You Can Do)

Is your loved one struggling with substance abuse? Recovery Coach Rick Lepkowski shares why it is important to take care of your own well-being as well.
Drug Addiction

How to Stay Sober After a Friend’s Relapse

Watching anyone relapse is hard, but it can be particularly difficult when the person who relapses is someone you are close to. This can make you question your own recovery, […]

10 Relapse Triggers You Need to Know

You've worked hard for your sobriety. Now it's time to protect it. Learn common relapse triggers and what you can do to safeguard your recovery.

Dreaming About Relapsing? Find Out What It Means

Ever had a dream about relapsing and using again? Learn what these unnerving dreams can mean and what you can do to safeguard your sobriety.

Life After Residential Addiction Treatment

Completing addiction treatment and achieving sobriety is a grand accomplishment. But there are also challenges to life after treatment. Here are some tips to help you strengthen your recovery.

Common Relapse Signs to Watch Out For

Many say that "relapse is a part of recovery" but that does not mean it is inevitable. There are signs to watch out and steps you can take to safeguard your recovery. Learn how you can increase your chances at long-term sobriety.
Family Wellness

What to Do When Your Loved One Relapses

Watching your loved one relapse is both disheartening and concerning. Learn what you can do to help them get back on the path to sobriety.

The 10 Stages of Relapse

Contrary to popular belief, relapse does not happen at random. Learn the ten stages of a relapse so you can seek help before a relapse occurs.

How to Ask for Help When You Relapse

People in recovery who feel they are experiencing relapse need outside support to cope with their emotions. Learn how to ask for help during this tough time.
Addiction Treatment

What is Sober Living?

The longer you stay in treatment, the better the chances for long-term sobriety. This is why many who complete residential treatment continue onto sober living. In this short video, learn how sober living can improve your recovery.

A “Harmless” Addiction

Those who miss their use may cope by replacing one addiction with another. Learn why this is harmful and how to treat any underlying issues.