Category Archives: Blog

Boo! How to Overcome the Fears of Sobriety

October 15, 2020

Boo! How to Overcome the Fears of Sobriety October is notorious for ghouls, goblins, and ghosts galore—all things that scare us and can make sleeping at night a daunting task. … Read More

4 Reasons Why Acceptance is Essential to Your Recovery

October 5, 2020

4 Reasons Why Acceptance is Essential to Your Recovery   “When I stopped living in the problem and began living in the answer, the problem went away. From that moment … Read More

Living Life the “Give” Way

September 29, 2020

In celebration of National Recovery Month, Fellowship Hall is highlighting the stories of some of our incredibly inspiring alumni and staff members on social media and here on our blog. … Read More

Breaking Through: Understanding the severity of this disease

September 17, 2020

In celebration of National Recovery Month, Fellowship Hall will be highlighting the stories of some of our incredibly inspiring alumni and staff members on social media and here on our … Read More

Motivation & Confidence Make All the Difference

September 8, 2020

In celebration of National Recovery Month, Fellowship Hall will be highlighting the stories of some of our incredibly inspiring alumni and staff members on social media and here on our … Read More

How to Lend a Hand to Someone in Need of Recovery

September 1, 2020

How to Lend a Hand to Someone in Need of Recovery Every September, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) sponsors Recovery Month to increase awareness and understanding … Read More

Let’s Get Physical! How Exercise Promotes Success in Long-Term Recovery

June 28, 2020

While you were actively using substances, you probably didn’t think much about your health. Substance use disorder shifts your motivation and attention to acquiring or actively drinking or using drugs. … Read More

Life after Fellowship Hall, maintaining recovery in the “real” world….

June 8, 2020

During treatment, you were sheltered from the temptations of the outside world. You were provided with constant care, contact with the outside world was limited, and you had access to … Read More

How to Maintain Recovery During Isolation: 6 Tips from Nataki Watson, a Primary Counselor at Fellowship Hall

May 27, 2020

How to Maintain Recovery During Isolation: 6 Tips from Nataki Watson, a Primary Counselor at Fellowship Hall It may sound cliché but right now we really are living in unprecedented … Read More

Discovering Yourself and YOUR Own “Normal” in Recovery

May 5, 2020

Discovering Yourself and YOUR Own “Normal” in Recovery Normal (adjective) – conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected. At some point in each of our lives, we’ve all wondered … Read More

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