You Have Motivation to Quit Drinking Sober January, where people resolve to either drink less or stop drinking entirely during the first month of the year, is an increasingly popular trend. However, many participants do not achieve their stated goal, despite their motivation to quit drinking. In fact, those who try to cut back on … Continued
While dozens of factors impact alcohol consumption, one of the most important is availability. In general, people drink more when alcohol is easier and less expensive to obtain. Because of this fact, making alcohol harder to obtain and more expensive results in a decrease in drinking and therefore a decrease in alcohol abuse. One of … Continued
A new sobriety trend is sweeping the United States, and much of the world. Dry January, where those who use alcohol decide to abstain for the entire first month of the year, is being taken up by millions. January is the most popular month to give up drinking for a number of reasons. For many, … Continued
As much as I hate to admit it, there are mornings when I wake up, and the thought of even getting out of my bed is exhausting. Thinking about everything I need to accomplish that day overwhelms me and casts a dark shadow over everything. I find myself feeling paralyzed, unable to work up the … Continued
If you’ve ever questioned your relationship with a substance, are currently questioning your relationship with a substance, or are wondering if you should quit, then you understand the truth that it is absolutely terrifying. When I was in the depths of an eating disorder, I found that the biggest roadblock to recovery was the decision to attempt it … Continued
So, you got sober. Now what? Oftentimes, it can feel like a “sober social life” is the death of your social life. How many of us have friends that simply don’t drink at all? Very few. How can you ever go out to a bar again without being either tempted or bored? Studies have shown that … Continued
There are numerous parts of getting sober and living in recovery that can be intimidating and scary for those who are new to it. A common one is how to address your sobriety and tell someone you don’t drink. How do you turn someone down when they offer you a drink? What explanation, if any, … Continued
It’s not uncommon for those who have struggled with alcoholism to also face mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety. Chances are that drinking was a good way to mask such issues. Once you get sober, you have no choice but to confront them and learn how to cope in a healthy matter, rather … Continued
As long as I can remember, words have brought me comfort. In times of confusion, happiness, sadness, and everything in between, words have a way of reminding us we are not alone, that other people have been where we are now. I find that reading other people’s quotes and mantras provide a sense of comfort … Continued
We’re here 24/7 to help guide you or your loved on through rehab and recovery. Submit your number to receive a judgement-free call today with one of our compassionate rehab specialists.
Where do calls go?
Callers will be routed to:
Delphi Behavioral Health Group
What does it mean that this site is brought to you by Delphi Behavioral Health Group?
We strive to be fully transparent in all of our relationships. To that end, we want you to be aware that Alcohol Rehab Guide is compensated by Delphi Behavioral Health Group for the work Alcohol Rehab Guide does in the development and operation of this site. Delphi Behavioral Health Group was carefully vetted and selected to be a trusted provider and partner with Alcohol Rehab Guide, based on the quality of treatment that Delphi provides and their rigorous commitment to ethical practices. Learn more about why Delphi Behavioral Health Group is a trusted provider with Alcohol Rehab Guide.
All calls to numbers on individual facility listings will always go to the facility listed. All calls to general contact numbers and contact us forms on this site are routed to Delphi Behavioral Health Group. If Delphi Behavioral Health Group is unable to assist with a particular need they are committed to providing direction and assistance in finding appropriate care.