Below is list of reputable health websites. Be sure to also read How to Find Good Health Information Online – Part 1, for some guidelines on safe and efficient web browsing.
People who are new to recovery often find that they have aches and pains they never noticed before. Or they decide that, now that they are sober, it’s time to take care of some nagging health issues. Like most of us, they turn to the Internet for health information. Problem is, there is a whole […]
Going to a party tonight? Here are seven quick tips that can help you to stay sober.
(See Part 1 of our sober holidays tips.) For people in recovery, the holidays can be tough. Seeing family, visiting old friends, having unfulfilled expectations, maybe missing a loved one you lost this year — it can all lead to tension and sadness, as well as thoughts of using.
~ Recovery pioneer Houston S. died 50 years ago this week. Houston launched Addicts Anonymous in 1947, and was also sponsor to Dr. John Mooney, founder of Willingway Hospital and Dr. Al Mooney’s father. Chris B. allowed us to share his email about Houston. ~
Your counselor, doctor, or treatment center may refer you to a specific AA contact or group. If not, there are several ways to find a meeting.