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 “Get Well” Jobs

Recovery “Get Well” Jobs

When a person seeks addiction treatment, they learn that their life will be vastly different than it was before. Several changes will be required if one hopes to achieve long-term recovery from addiction and co-occurring mental illnesses. Attending meetings, working with a sponsor, practicing abstinence, being accountable, and becoming more responsible are all part of recovery. Being honest with yourself […]

Addiction Recovery: Our Vision for You in 2020

Addiction Recovery: Our Vision for You in 2020

Men and women who find themselves unable to stop using drugs or alcohol can significantly benefit from seeking professional assistance. Addiction is one of the most severe public health crises in America. While effective treatments exist and addiction recovery is possible, reaching out for help is challenging for most people. With the New Year underway, many Americans are considering making […]

PTSD and SUD Among Veterans: Recovery

PTSD and SUD Among Veterans: Recovery

Most people who’ve had struggles with drug and alcohol addiction have some form of a traumatic event in their history. It’s common, trauma and substance use disorder (SUD); people will use drugs and alcohol to cope with their symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Those symptoms can include depression, nightmares, sadness, guilt, anger, denial, or anxiety. At Pacific Shores Recovery, […]

Depression: Co-Occurring Mental Illness

Depression: Co-Occurring Mental Illness

Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) is behind us, but the effort to educate Americans about mental health continues. October is National Depression Education and Awareness Month. While we do not treat depression exclusively at Pacific Shores Recovery, many of our clients contend with co-occurring depressive disorders. Depression and addiction go hand in hand quite often. One in three adults who […]

Mental Illness Awareness Week 2019

Mental Illness Awareness Week 2019

The first full week of October is Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW). The observance was established in 1990 by the U.S. Congress in recognition of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) efforts to educate and increase public awareness about mental health disorders. Much like Mental Health Awareness Month, NAMI encourages Americans to help people living with mental illness during […]

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