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I Spent Countless Years Trying to Stop or Moderate

I drank or used something every night. Sometimes a little, most times a lot.

I couldn’t ever get a good nights sleep.

I always woke up the next morning ashamed and full of regret because I couldn’t control my drinking again.

I would always apologize to my family, and made promises not to do it again.

But by lunch time, the shame and guilt would fade and I would convince myself that just one more time would be ok.

I would drink or use again that night, repeating the cycle.

I wanted nothing more than to learn to moderate or stop all together.

I tried everything, until one day I came to a realization that I just couldn’t do this anymore.

That’s when I learned the meaning of ‘Whatever it takes’.

I started doing things that gave me a life where I don’t need to use drugs or alcohol to get through the day.

And then I was finally free.

What is Recovery?

Recovery is all about overcoming addiction and achieving an awesome life without the use of drugs or alcohol.

It involves making changes to lifestyle, beliefs, and behaviors in order to begin and maintain sobriety.

Recovery is not just about quitting drugs or alcohol; it’s about creating a new life so that we don’t have to use drugs or alcohol.

Recovery is a journey, not a destination. It’s a process that requires ongoing effort and commitment.

It often involves activities that are new and uncomfortable to a new person, such as building a support network of others in recovery, loved ones, and recovery experts.

There are many pathways to recovery, and what works for one person may not work for another. Some people find success through 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous, while others prefer non-12-step programs or individual therapy. The key to successful recovery is finding a pathway that works for you.

Some things you’ll learn

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Digital Downloads to get ideas starting off in early recovery, learn to build a Recovery Support Network, prevent a relapse before it happens, create your own Relapse Prevention & Intervention Plan, learn different coping skills to deal with urges, and a whole lot more!!

Reasons to Join

Support & Guidance

Memberships offer personalized support tailored to each individual’s unique needs and goals. With a membership, individuals receive guidance and accountability to help them achieve their desired outcomes.

Accountability & Motivation

Memberships provide accountability and motivation for individuals in recovery. Coaches help clients stay on track with their goals and provide support and encouragement when faced with challenges or setbacks.

Long-Term Support

Memberships help individuals build resilience, maintain motivation, and continue to make progress towards their goals even after they have completed the initial program. This can increase the chances of long-term success in recovery

More reasons to join:

  • Education: We will provide you with education on addiction and recovery, so that you can better understand the nature of addiction and the tools and techniques necessary for long-term recovery.
  • Recovery plan: Create a personalized recovery plan that takes into account your unique needs, challenges, and goals, so that you can make progress at your own pace.
  • Ongoing support: Get ongoing support and guidance to help you stay on track with your recovery, address challenges and setbacks, and celebrate your successes along the way.
  • Safe and supportive community: Become a part of a safe and supportive community of like-minded individuals who are also working towards recovery, so that you can share your experiences, offer and receive support, and build lasting relationships.
  • Evidence-based practices: Learn evidence-based practices and techniques that have been shown to be effective in recovery, so that you can make progress towards your goals with confidence.
  • Improved mental and physical health: By following our recovery plan, learning about self-care, and practicing healthy habits, you can improve your mental and physical health, reduce stress, and feel better overall.
  • Enhanced relationships: By developing healthier relationships with yourself and others, you can experience a greater sense of connection, belonging, and fulfillment in your life.
  • Lasting sobriety: With guidance and support, you can achieve lasting sobriety and live a life free from the negative effects of addiction, filled with purpose, meaning, and joy.

I’ll be honest with you

Getting to this point wasn’t easy

Hey, I’m Adam…

…and I’m a person in long term recovery. What that means to me is that I have not had any drugs, alcohol, or any mind altering substances since October 19, 2015.

Since the day that I made the decision to get sober, with the help of my sponsor and others in recovery, I’ve applied myself to becoming something better than I was the day before. I worked my butt off to stay clean and sober and I prayed a lot for the big man upstairs to help me… and he did just that!!

Did I have to work hard to get where I am today? ABSOLUTELY!!! But here I am and it’s 100% worth it!! With hard work, prayer, and the help of others in recovery, you can accomplish anything.

Since the day that I made that decision, I’ve landed a great career, rebuilt all the relationships with my family, gained custody of my son, got my driver’s license back, and a lot more… I went from a hopeless, homeless, unemployable person to someone that helps others live a meaningful life in recovery.

I talk about this to give hope to others, that they may find their recovery also.

and then

This happened… 

Saw some friends

In February 2023, I had earned some time off of work, so I went to Arizona on a vacation to visit a few friends. One of the friends knows someone that’s a Recovery Coach in Arizona, and he’s like “you should do that back home. People need that kind of support.” Another friend has a family member suffering in addiction, and they were like “you should do something that’s going to help people. You have a demeanor that is calm and relaxing and people will listen to you.”

Since then, I’ve slowly been planning on doing something so that people can get that much needed support while they’re on their recovery journey.

And then it dawned on me… it could be a place for everyone in recovery to get that extra help that they need.

I wanted to build a place where people in recovery can come and get a bunch of information along with a community that they can engage with… all at a price that everyone can afford, expecially the newcomer! None of the $1500 – $3000 monthly fee that other Recovery Coaches have… 

And then it hit me!

I’m going to build a membership where everyone can get all the information that they want at a price that they can afford! …and was born!

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Frequently asked questions

Q: What is a recovery support network?

A: A recovery support network refers to the network of people who provide emotional and practical support to someone in recovery, such as friends, family members, therapists, and support groups.

Q: What are triggers and how can they be managed?

A: Triggers are events, people, or situations that can lead to cravings or relapse. They can be managed through identifying them, avoiding them when possible, and developing healthy coping strategies.

Q: What is relapse prevention?

A: Relapse prevention refers to the strategies and techniques used to prevent relapse, including identifying triggers, developing coping strategies, and building a strong support system.

Q: What is a relapse?

A: A relapse is the return to drug or alcohol use after a period of sobriety.

Q: What is the difference between sobriety and recovery?

A: Sobriety refers to abstaining from drugs or alcohol, while recovery is the ongoing process of creating a healthy and fulfilling life free from addiction.

Q: What are some common barriers to recovery?

A: Some common barriers to recovery include stigma, lack of access to treatment, lack of support, and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Q: What is the success rate of addiction recovery?

A: Success rates for recovery vary depending on the individual and the approach, but research suggests that long-term recovery is possible for many people.

Q: How can I help a loved one in recovery?

A: You can help a loved one in recovery by providing emotional support, avoiding triggers, and encouraging them to seek professional help, and attend support groups.

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Q: Is there some kind of a trial membership to see if it’s for me?

A: Yes absolutely! We swear by our digital downloads, so much so we offer a 7-Day no-questions-asked trial to the membership. That way, if it’s not for you then just cancel within the 7 days and you won’t be charged.