We are a community of individuals who share a common commitment to relapse prevention, based on our lived experiences related to addiction, recovery, relapse, and the challenges associated with achieving long-term sobriety.
We research and validate best practices in relapse prevention. To them, we add our own content based on our deep understanding of relapse prevention and what works.
This allows us to make available to you the most effective content and tools so that you can provide more support resources to your participants, clients, patients, and peers… to help them succeed in recovery.
We have personally experienced the trauma and devastating results of addictive behaviors as well as with loved ones, friends, co-workers and in our communities. And the wonderful life that happens when our behaviors shift to healthy ones.
Our focus is to address the need for additional support resources and ideas to move forward on the path to recovery.
We recognize sobriety takes time, as well as what it's like to feel discouraged. We want to be a valued partner in that journey, offering hope and proven tools to help bring people further along to a healthy life.
Deepen your participants journey with you for their relapse prevention. Experience yourself how our courses and content fit.
The Teacher's Guides and In-Person Engagement Workbooks use Applied Learning Principles for 25 areas of stress that are commonly faced by those recovering from addiction. This practical approach allows learners to follow participant-centered lessons for the application of skills to real-world situations.
Instead of having to take the time to research and develop a Relapse Prevention Program RSN's Managing Your World is complete, well written and
ready to go.
David W., LADC, In-Patient Services
Guides and provides tools to work on sobriety while focusing on root causes.
Julie K., Recovery Speaker & Coach
Bit by bit. Bite sized workbook content is a good design as most recovery books
Cheryl B., Recovery Facilitator
Managing your World is organized and written so as to be Easy to Understand and Easy to Read/Work with.
Steve R., LADC, Patient Services
The Managing Your World curriculum and content not only provides our CPRS's a robust library of relevant resources but helps us comply with the requirements
of the program.
Matthew E., Sober Housing, CPRS Group
The Applied Learning structure connects the intangible of feelings with the tangible. Connecting the recovery process to real life applications in people’s lives.
Susan B., LADC