Like a lot of Americans, Russell Beaudry spent much of his teens drinking. A lot. When college called, he added drugs to the drink. It wasn’t long before the drinking and the drugs took over his life. Twenty-five years of his life.
The new sobriety movement isn’t just a thing, it’s, well, a movement. So says Quartz anyway. And a whole lotta folks concur. Do ya think that perhaps there is true joy in living sober?
Most sober homes try their best to be community-friendly. But not every community is friendly to sober homes. Two new community-friendly sober homes and mansions are seeing a sea change to all that. And it is beautiful!
Getting sober in Reno and Lexington just got a whole lot easier — and not a moment too soon either! Not with folks still bottled up in their homes because of the pandemic anyway. And when we say bottled up, we mean bottled up. In fact, the country’s alcohol abuse numbers are skyrocketing. And they’ve been skyrocketing for nearly a…
From the heart of Cajun Country to borders of Arkansas and Mississippi, sober housing is springing up to save the Louisiana day. Make that a whole lotta days, for a whole lotta people. That of course translates to saving a whole lotta lives! It’s not a moment too soon either! The pandemic has not only reignited the opioid epidemic, but…