How to Share Your Recovery Story

Wasatch Crest’s Uinta sober living house manager, Tyson Allred discusses why you should share your story of recovery and how to open up to others about your sobriety. Check out his talk below. How to Share Your Story of Recovery. Wasatch Crest’s Uinta house manager, Tyson Allred discusses why you should share your story of …

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Addiction Recovery Is Physical and Mental

It’s been a long, cold winter. But if you’ve been suffering from addiction, the winter can be even colder and longer. Many addicts end up on the street and homeless, suffering from the ill-effects of exposure in addition to the damage from their addiction. Spring can be a time of renewal, and for the addict …

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Sustaining Recovery After Treatment

Whether you completed a 30-, 60-, or 90-day inpatient rehab with Wasatch Crest, the path to recovery continues long after you leave the inpatient program. In fact, most of the work of recovery will continue for weeks, months, and even years afterward. Addiction is a disease, and it is something that is always with you. …

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Addiction and Recovery: Forgiving Yourself

As a drug or alcohol addict in recovery, you have already overcome so much. You have fought through some of the worst emotional and physical pain of your life and you are on the road to sobriety. Along that road, you may have to face many things, but one of the most difficult can be …

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Family Support Is Crucial for Recovery

During this month of giving and gratitude, one of the many things we are grateful for is the families who support their loved ones who are struggling with addiction. Addiction is a difficult disease, but recovery is easier when you know the people you care about are there for you and pulling for you to …

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Benefits of Relapse Prevention Strategies

In the substance abuse world, the word “relapse” is used regularly. While there are different definitions of “relapse” depending on the modality of intervention you abide by, it all ultimately means the same thing: you are close to or already have started using your substance again. By having a strong relapse prevention plan in place, …

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