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Category: Self Help

3 Ways Your Aftercare Plan Will Improve Your Life

3 Ways Your Aftercare Plan Will Improve Your Life

It’s easy to fall for the false sense of security brought on by completion of an inpatient treatment program. We feel confident, newly armed with the tools, coping mechanisms, and knowledge you need to lead a life free of substance abuse. While beginning your sober life confidently is great, being...

5 Stages of Lifestyle Change

3 Tips for Spending the Holidays with Loved Ones

We know that the addiction recovery journey is a lifestyle change that takes dedication and daily commitment. However, the path of recovery is rarely smooth or straight forward- and that’s okay. As with any worthy undertaking, success is a sum of continual efforts practice each day. That being said, we...

3 Easy Ways to Raise Awareness This National Recovery Month!

3 Easy Ways to Raise Awareness This National Recovery Month!

September is National Recovery Month, the time of year we dedicate to celebrating second chances at life and encourage others to pursue their own journeys of addiction recovery. At Harbor Village, we celebrate National Recovery Month through community engagements, outreach resources, and collaborations to raise awareness and prove that live...

5 Reasons to Stick to Your Aftercare Plan

5 Reasons to Stick to Your Aftercare Plan

Completion of any rehabilitation program is a fantastic, empowering accomplishment. It’s important to take that motivation and momentum and continue to build from it in order to secure your future in recovery. Moving forward and keeping your focus on maintaining your sobriety is the key to achieving long-term success. That’s...

4 Tips for Preparing for Rehab

4 Tips for Preparing for Rehab

Preparing to enter an inpatient drug or alcohol rehab program is, in many ways, akin to preparing to go off to college. Getting the most out of both experiences require a fair amount of pre-planning, follow through, and earnest effort. Just like the decision to pursue higher education can benefit...

5 More Motivational Quotes for Getting Through Tough Days

5 More Motivational Quotes for Getting Through Tough Days

Leading a healthy and sober life has its challenges. There are bound to be days where the path gets just a little tougher to follow and your outlook isn’t quite as bright or positive. That’s okay- you have to expect these days in order to be prepared to properly manage...

#WomanCrushWednesday! How Brittany Shelton Turned Recovery into Inspiration

#WomanCrushWednesday! How Brittany Shelton Turned Recovery into Inspiration

#WomanCrushWednesday is here once more, and we’re continuing to celebrate women in recovery! This week we’re placing the spotlight on one incredibly open, loving, and strong woman named Brittany Shelton who has taken her recovery journey to the next level, using to to unite and inspire others to embark on...

Why You Shouldn’t Rely on Motivation in Recovery

Why You Shouldn’t Rely on Motivation in Recovery

Being motivated to make positive changes in your life is a great launching point for your future, especially when it comes to addiction recovery. The spark that inspires you to take the steps you need to better your life and create the future of your dreams is important- but it’s...

4 Unconventional Jobs You Can Work While in Outpatient Treatment

4 Unconventional Jobs You Can Work While in Outpatient Treatment

Your financial obligations and responsibilities shouldn’t stand in the way of your journey to overcome substance abuse, yet for many it does. Being unable to enter a traditional inpatient rehab program due to responsibilities at home doesn’t have to end your recovery before it begins. Outpatient rehab services provide you...

Lessons in Recovery: Harbor Village’s 2nd Annual Recovery eBook

Lessons in Recovery: Harbor Village’s 2nd Annual Recovery eBook

It’s 2017 and speaking openly and candidly about the realities of addiction and addiction recovery is still considered taboo. We still promote old stereotypes and stigmas of what addiction is and the type of people affected by it. We still ridicule and shame people living with substance abuse disorders, passing...