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We understand the seriousness of taking the first step toward recovery.

If you or someone you love is suffering from an addiction we have put together some resources to take that first step to recovery. 




Websites :

Freed From Within

Freed From Within is a transitional living non-profit that exists to love God and our neighbors.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind.

Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.

Alcohol Help

Alcohol Help is owned and operated by Recovery Worldwide, LLC. a national informational marketing umbrella for several addiction- and recovery-related properties. Nothing on can substitute actual, professional medical help.

Recovery Worldwide, LLC. works with nationally recognized treatment facilities and through those partnerships we are able to provide resources for users who may need help from those facilities. These partnerships grant Recovery Worldwide the funding necessary to hire and maintain a staff capable of creating the quality content we provide for our readers.

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Alcohol Consumption During COVID


American Addiction Centers

  • Rehab for Men provides statistics on men & drug use in the U.S., how substance abuse affects men differently, what treatment programs are available to men, and FAQs regarding men’s rehab.
  • Programs to Treat Alcohol Abuse in Men looks at the structure of a treatment program for men, the benefits of such a program, the potential disadvantages, and finding out if insurance will pay for treatment. 
  • Find Treatment Centers Near Me helps you find drug and alcohol treatment facilities in your local area and provides treatment information. 


ARK Behavioral Health

If you’re worried you’re drinking too much, you may be right. It’s hard to admit that you have a problem, especially with something socially accepted like alcohol. But there’s a big difference between having a drink with friends and depending on alcohol to get through the day.

Here are eight signs you’re drinking too much alcohol.



Sober for Life – Christian Addiction Recovery – Brent Clark

Brent Clark is a 33 year old recovering alcoholic and drug addict. Through his podcast Sober for Life, he shares his experiences, support, and advice with those struggling to find a new sober life.

The Bubble Hour – Jean McCarthy

The Bubble Hour invites listeners to share their stories of recovery from alcohol addiction. Each week, host Jean McCarthy holds space for a guest to tell their truth, and together they explore topics relative to recovery. Now in its seventh season, The Bubble Hour has hundreds of archived episodes as a resource for those seeking sobriety-related content.

Jean has been sober since 2011 and was awarded the 2017 Hope Award from SheRecovers for her achievements in recovery advocacy. 

“My involvement in The Bubble Hour is as much a part of my own recovery as it is a service to others,” says McCarthy. “I can’t honestly tell you who benefits more; me, the listeners, or the guests. It’s a win/win/win situation. Something magical happens when people tell their stories.”

Busy Living Sober – Elizabeth Chance

Elizabeth (Bizzy) Chance is in long-term recovery and has been sober for over a decade. After being trained as a recovery coach and starting her own practice, she decided that seeing clients one-on-one wasn’t for her. Her dream of wanting to help people using the communication skills she learned in college resulted in Busy Living Sober, a podcast with the mission of “giving people an opportunity to listen, learn and live a sober lifestyle without shame while having fun.”

The Busy Living Sober podcast is designed to support the broad ecosystem of people impacted by addiction— including friends, families and co-workers. Their recovery support content is readily available online, allowing access to anyone from anywhere, at any time.

The Addicted Mind Podcast – Duane Osterlind

The Addicted Mind Podcast is about understanding addiction, its impact and the latest treatment options available. This podcast aims to create an environment of compassion for individuals caught in the destructive grip of the addictive process. It works to deliver real hope to people who are suffering from addiction’s painful impact.

The podcast dives into what drives the addictive process, explores the latest research on addiction and talks about the latest addiction treatment options. They also explore what recovery from addiction looks like from a variety of different people who have helped others or have overcome addiction themselves.

Addiction has been a part of host Duane Osterlind’s life from the age of seventeen. He went to inpatient rehab for depression and teen substance abuse, and receiving intensive help at this young age was a crucial moment in his life. As he gained support, developed new skills, and began to understand addiction, his depression lifted and drugs and alcohol became less critical in his life. That experience had a profound effect on his life and the work he does today. Addiction creates so much pain for so many people, and Duane wants people to know that there is help and support ⁠— that people do get better. 

ODAAT Chat Podcast – Arlina

The ODAAT Chat Podcast is about recovery from alcoholism, drug addiction, sobriety and the journey of recovery, community and healing. Guests tell their stories of what it was like, what happened and where they are now. The recovery stories they share are inspiring, funny and touching, providing hope to help others feel like they are not alone. 

Host Arlina has been clean and sober since April 23, 1994, and is dedicated to passing on the insights, tools and teachings that have helped her on her recovery journey. Having been transformed through the love and kindness of others, Arlina feels compelled to pass along the solutions that saved her from isolation and suffering.

The Sober Guy Podcast – Shane Ramer

Host Shane Ramer is in recovery from alcohol. He interviews a mix of celebrity guests and everyday people who have experienced addiction or felt the impact of drug or alcohol use. He focuses on living a positive, healthy and sober lifestyle, and uses his podcast as a platform for sharing inspiration with others who want to live the same way.

Shane battled a 17-year alcohol and drug addiction before seeking treatment in 2013. Less than a year later, he started The Sober Guy Podcast as a way to allow others to share their experiences and bring light to a topic that so many find difficult to talk about. Today, TSG is one of the top recovery podcasts, with millions of downloads across multiple continents. 

A Sober Girls Guide – Jessica Jeboult

After trying to get sober for nearly 10 years, Jessica Jeboult is now a Sober Girl. Each week on her podcast, Jessica has honest conversations with guests about mental health, self-development, wellness and spirituality, discussing how they influence each guest’s unique recovery journey. Inspired by her own recovery and wellness journey, Jessica’s mission is to provide listeners with the tools, guidance and motivation to help them navigate through their recovery and personal growth.

This hilariously witty and casual approach to an otherwise daunting subject is sure to give you some solid tips and tricks for getting and staying sober. A Sober Girls Guide provides a community for sober, like-minded women in recovery around the world.

Recovery Happy Hour – Tricia Lewis

Tricia Lewis quit drinking alcohol in November 2016 and hasn’t looked back since. She hosts and produces Recovery Happy Hour, a podcast that celebrates inspiring stories of recovery from alcohol addiction and misuse. On her podcast, Tricia discusses life beyond the bottle and what happens after we get sober. Tricia is also the co-founder of Sober by Southwest, a sober music event in Austin, Texas.

Tricia believes people in recovery can’t do it alone. She provides a platform for people to share their stories of recovery and prove that life doesn’t end after you quit drinking. By listening to addiction podcasts, she learned she wasn’t alone in her struggle and it gave her the courage to seek true recovery. Recovery Happy Hour pays that effort forward, publishing weekly episodes that help other people learn that they’re not alone either.

These podcasts are regular, inspirational reminders that recovery is possible and you won’t have to do it alone.


Unspoken: What Men Won’t Talk About and Why – Johnny Hunt

When the Voice of Shame Is All You Hear…

It’s no secret: Talking about personal issues is awkward and risky. But day by day, those unspoken struggles wrench you down into isolation and distract your thoughts.

You know the dangers of going it alone. You’ve seen other men crumble beneath the weight of hidden pain. You’ve felt the sting of failure as you’ve taken missteps and descended quietly into guilt. Perhaps you find yourself in the midst of an internal battle right now.

With sensitivity and clarity, Johnny Hunt addresses some of the issues men find most difficult to talk about: pornography, substance abuse, anger, depression, unforgiveness, and more. Unspoken will give you the courage to overcome your stumbling blocks and step into a new life, free from the bondage of shame and silence.

You can stand stronger when you stand with a community of believers—and Johnny will show you how. Find renewed strength to honor your family and worship the God who longs to give you true freedom.

Freedom from Addiction: Breaking the Bondage of Addiction and Finding Freedom in Christ – Neil T. Anderson

Many people have turned to twelve-step programs for help with addictions. But where is the incredible power of Christ? Here Anderson provides a positive, alternative model of recovery: that true freedom comes from realizing our identity in Christ.