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Learning How to Play Again: 5 Tips for Safe & Sober Fun

August 14, 2020

Learning How to Play Again: 5 Tips for Safe & Sober Fun “Even though you’re growing up, you should never stop having fun.” – Nina Dobrev What does the word … Read More

Sober in Love: 5 Tips for Healthy Dating/Relationships in Recovery 

August 3, 2020

  As you progress through your recovery, you ideally will continue to improve and build a healthier, better life centered around your sobriety. While you spend the first part of … Read More

Recovery Tip from a Counselor: Utilizing Tools in Long-Term Recovery

July 27, 2020

Recovery Tip from a Counselor: Utilizing Tools in Long-Term Recovery Fellowship Hall Counselor, Katherine Barron  This blog is a part of our ongoing series on recovery tips. Each month, a … Read More

Dear Diary…How Journaling as an Adult can Benefit Long-Term Recovery

July 17, 2020

Dear Diary…How Journaling as an Adult can Benefit Long-Term Recovery When you hear the word journaling what comes to mind? For most, the idea of journaling invokes images of our … Read More

Counselor Bernard Shalvey’s Best Tips for Recovery

March 23, 2020

This blog is a part of our ongoing series on recovery tips. Each month, a Fellowship Hall counselor will give our readers their very best tips for getting treatment, being … Read More

Best Recovery Tips from Fellowship Hall’s Counselors

February 21, 2020

This blog is a part of our ongoing series on recovery tips. Each month beginning in October 2019, a Fellowship Hall counselor will give our readers their very best tips … Read More

Why 12 Steps?

February 3, 2020

The 12 Steps have been established as a guideline to the best way to overcome an addiction.  The program was created by the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous.  Due to the … Read More

Best Recovery Tips from Fellowship Hall’s Counselors

January 29, 2020

This blog is a part of our ongoing series on recovery tips. Each month beginning in October 2019, a Fellowship Hall counselor will give our readers their very best tips … Read More

Understanding Addiction & Family Support

January 15, 2020

Alcoholism and drug addiction is a disease, not a lack of willpower, not a moral weakness, not a sign of a weak character, not a result of life’s pressures, and … Read More

Keep Calm and Carry On: Helpful Reminders for Managing Holiday Stress

December 18, 2019

The holidays are rife with triggers. For many, they are indicative of jovial social events and spending time with family. For others they can be a lonely and isolating time. … Read More

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