Recovery Support Network is a community of individuals who share a common commitment to relapse prevention, based on our experiences related to addiction, recovery, relapse and the challenges associated with achieving long-term sobriety.
The Recovery Support Network team researches and validates best practices in relapse prevention. Then we curate those. To them, we add our own content based on our deep understanding of relapse prevention and what works. That allows us to make available the most effective content and tools so that you or a loved one can succeed in recovery.
Like you, we each have a friend or family member who needs additional support, resources and ideas to move forward. We recognize sobriety takes time, as well as what it's like to feel discouraged. We want to be an added partner in that journey, offering hope and proven tools to help bring you or a loved one further along.
Succeed in your journey to overcome addiction. Learn how to prevent relapse with our online courses.
Wow. I was instantly connected when I thought I could have written the same story about my own triggers and struggles with coping.
- Julie K.
This is a brilliant way of taking the user into the moment. It offers a small bite way of placing one foot in front of the other in order to start the process of living.
I'm a teacher, and people these days want information to be short, concise and clear.
You have exceeded this well.
- Linda S.
This course is excellent. The personal testimony of the most recent lesson had an effect on me in my current situation. It incorporates all of the secret thoughts and fears that I know to be true of myself. These are hard lessons of alcoholism, and the truth about ourselves lies in the answers to the pressing questions.
Not only is this online recovery course accessible from any device on the Internet. The Workbook that I can print out gives me a resource to make notes and write goals.
- Cheryl B., Support Group Facilitator
The course helped me focus on the here and now. This is an excellent kickoff point into the principles of living sober. And I appreciate the simplicity of language used as well.
Reducing the potential for relapse helps bring hope for successful recovery.