Finished with treatment and looking for more? Living Sober provides a much needed foundation to ensure life-long sobriety
Can't stay sober and you're looking for answers? The Living Sober signature program offers a unique approach for "chronic relapsers."
Living Sober is a proven and affordable alternative to traditional substance use disorder treatment.
According to the Foreword to the Second Edition of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, those who "thoroughly follow the path" can expect a 75-100% success rate. In other words, not only is it possible to recover but it's nearly guaranteed if one precisely follows the directions set out in the Big Book.
On the other hand, the actual recovery rate in the United States is often quoted somewhere around 1-2%!
What accounts for this glaring disparity? Addiction experts agree that most alcoholics/addicts are reluctant to do what needs to be done. Alcoholism and addiction is a progressive and deadly disease but many people don't treat it that way. While a cancer patient is usually willing to go to any lengths to put an end to their illness, many alcoholics and addicts settle and attempt to take the easy way out resulting in years of struggle, misery, and even death.
Now comes Living Sober. A 12-step, spiritual immersion program, specifically designed to eradicate the symptoms of the illness forever -- a proven, effective, and affordable way out, once and for all!
Jagger, our much-loved, 4-year old Goldendoodle, has been hard at work, as a Certified Therapy Dog, assisting men and women in early recovery since the ripe, young age of 9 weeks old. Since that time he's worked at every level of care from Detox, RES, Day/Night, IOP, OP, and sober living. If you're having a bad day, or just need some hugs, Jagger's the "superdog" for the job!
*Living Sober is a non-clinical, spiritually-based recovery program and is not intended to be a substitute for psychotherapy, medical, or clinical treatment. Consult your licensed healthcare provider for any medical or mental health related issues.