The mission of Pacific Shores Recovery is to provide safe and sober transitional housing and sober living for persons that have experienced alcohol and/or drug addiction related problems.

Recovery Requires Continued Action

Recovery Requires Continued Action

Doing something for your addiction recovery every day is essential. That is something that people who seek treatment learn after detoxification concludes. Those who are affected by alcohol and substance use disorder have to remind themselves that progress is lost without continued effort. Unlike many illnesses, mental and behavioral health conditions can only be managed. Scientists have yet to discover […]

The 8 Keys to Lasting Sobriety

The 8 Keys to Lasting Sobriety

So there are a couple of different steps that really help create the framework to create lasting sobriety. And so what we’ve done over time, oh gosh, over two decades now, is we looked at what are the common components that each person that actually made it after treatment. And the people that didn’t or had continual relapses and what […]

Recovery on the Fourth of July

Recovery on the Fourth of July

Pacific Shores Recovery would like to wish everyone a wonderful Fourth of July! The solstice has come and gone, but Independence Day is when summer kicks off for most people. Warmer weather and longer days mean more time outside with those important to us. Naturally, men and women in recovery want to take steps to ensure they keep their programs […]

How to Handle Resentment and Anger

How to Handle Resentment and Anger

Today we’ll be dissecting a conversation on how to handle resentment and anger.  In this dialogue, you’ll learn the following: The difference between hurts, hates, and secrets. How resentments can become much worst and negatively affect the individual. How even some of the most simple remedies such as “breathing” doesn’t work, and how to overcome this. Therapist: We’re going to […]

OxyContin Maker Sued by California

OxyContin Maker Sued by California

Prescription opioids, painkillers like OxyContin and Percocet, are effective at reducing patient pain. They are also extremely addictive and carry a high risk of overdose if misused. In the United States, the need for adequate pain management was prioritized above the safety of patients for far too long. As a result, entire communities are irreparably scarred, and pharmaceutical companies, prescription […]

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