Gifts for People in Recovery

No matter which holidays you celebrate, this time of year reminds us to show our love and appreciation for those we’re close to. Holidays can be a challenging time to get, or remain sober. Why not gift your loved one in recovery with something that will inspire them to stay strong and enjoy a sober holiday?

We’ve pulled together a list of meaningful gift ideas and the shops for where to find them for everyone on your list in recovery. We’ve even received insider information and discount codes to make fulfilling your shopping list a little easier.

Recovery Gift Ideas for any Occasion:

Bill’s Friends was founded by Michelle as a line of spiritual jewelry and clothing.

Bills' Friends Recovery Greeting CardsHer most recent collection is an artsy greeting card line to send an inspirational note to someone in recovery for holidays, birthdays, or just because.

Deal: Bill’s Friends has given us a few of their new recovery cards to give away. Check out our Facebook post to find out how you can receive one for free. is the one-stop-shop for meeting materials, recovery medallions, and unique 12-Step gifts. It is owned and operated by Theresa and Lyle, authors of The Little Big Book Dictionary. Together with their team, they have over 100 years of sobriety. The company offers gifts like calendars, and coffee mugs with sobriety quotes and reminders on everyday products.

Deal: Wasatch Crest readers will receive 10% off their entire order with discount code: RECOVERYGIFT


Recovery coins Choices Recovery

Choices Gifts has over 26 years of experience serving those in recovery. The online shop boasts the largest selection of bling and tri-plate AA and NA recovery coins, alongside a beautiful collection of jewelry, books and unique recovery items for the perfect gift for your loved one in recovery. 

Deal: Choices Gifts is offering 15% discount on all medallions.  Use coupon code: SALE15 or click here.


Nawears sells t-shirts and tank tops for men and women, book bags, and stickers with cool designs and fun recovery sayings. Alex Z has been serving the recovery community since 2001 and has been an active NA member since 1991


The Token Shop was founded by Dustin and began by selling fair priced recovery coins to 12-step programs. The company has since expanded to offer all kinds of jewelry, literature, and gifts that speak to those in recovery. Look out for their Holiday Gift Guide coming soon for special holiday items like Christmas ornaments, wrap bracelets, and symbolic trinkets.

Deal: Use code TEN” for 10% off your purchase and “FREE” shipping over $75


People’s Choice Recovery is a 12-step recovery shop that has been in business since 1999. They carry pins in several languages, shirts, sweaters, and AA memorabilia for everyday reminders of important messages to keep you going on your recovery journey.


Serenity Shop is a specialty shop, sanctuary, and community based out of Portland, Oregon. The online store carries special collections of keychains, rings, earrings, bumper stickers, souvenirs, and coin boxes that make the perfect recovery gifts.


Recovery World strives to serve customers with products, as well as a recovery community and resource center to support individual recovery. The online store is your one-stop shop for NA and AA medallions. They also carry mugs, plaques, and keychains with motivating recovery messages.


My 12 Step Store has been committed to offering fun styled recovery products since 2003.

12 Step Store - Recovery Calendar 2019

Their shop is filled with unique gifts like sober snacks, ornaments, calendars, money clips, and a lot more to choose from. Several of these things will be on sale during the holidays.

Deal: All orders over $75 are 10% off


A Vision For You has been in business for over 25 years and is owned by Rob, a member of the recovery community himself. The shop sells meeting coins, wall hangings, apparel, self help books, and other drug and alcohol recovery gifts.


Miracles Recovery is owned and operated by Tammy, a recovery community member since 1998. The online store sells serenity stones, decorations, healing stones, candles, and more.


Doing it Sober is a recovery gift shop owned by Daniella.

Doing it sober - speak your truth shirt

She turned her recovery experience into a shop that offers special gifts for those experiencing what she went through too. Check out her shop for cool clothing, jewelry, and accessories with recovery messages and symbols.

Deal: This holiday season use code SOBERTURKEY for 15% off your first order.


Healing Baskets was founded in 2003 by Caroline as a way to offer comfort to those experiencing tough times. The company sells gift baskets for many occasions. Their sobriety line carries pre-packaged baskets of recovery goodies, as well as a la carte items like picture frames, candles, and artwork.


Awareness Ribbon Gifts offers gifts for a variety of causes, including addiction recovery. Here you can find magnets, greeting cards, apparel, and more empowering recovery gifts for your loved one.


Tokens of Recovery has been in business since 2016 with the motto that “recovery is not a destination, it is a journey.” 

Grateful I'm Not Dead hat The company offers all kinds of gifts for people in recovery including journals, mugs, books, and more.

Deal: Two specials will run at the beginning of December for a week: An AA jewelry set, and a token and hat combo featuring the quote “Grateful I’m Still Alive.”


Love, appreciation, and support are the best ways to show your holiday spirit to someone in recovery. But if you want to give a little more we hope you’ll find the many options above useful in your search.

For more information on how to support a loved one in recovery, please visit our resources for family of addicts page.

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