Recovery Members With Criminal Records

Loss of employment in America is second only to loss of life on the list of dire consequences regarding the coronavirus pandemic. For men and women in addiction recovery, losing one’s job can have disastrous consequences. Employment gives people a sense of purpose and fills one’s day with productive activity. Some 123,188 Americans have succumbed… Continue reading Recovery Members With Criminal Records

Addiction Recovery: Preventing Relapse

Relapses occur for a number of reasons, and long before someone takes the first drink or drug. Returning to the use of drugs and alcohol is a process that usually begins when a member of the addiction recovery community lets up on their dedication to the program. If one becomes complacent about how much work… Continue reading Addiction Recovery: Preventing Relapse

Recovery First and Progress During a Pandemic

These continue to be trying times for individuals working programs of recovery. As matters continue to worsen around the globe, the prospect of having to continue adhering to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for the indefinite future is high. If you are staying up to date with the news reports, then… Continue reading Recovery First and Progress During a Pandemic

Recovery, Digital Meetings, and Social Distancing

At Pacific Shores Recovery, we are hopeful that you are doing everything in your power to protect your health and recovery. These are trying times due to the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging communities around the globe. For those of you in recovery, it’s essential to continue putting your recovery first, while also safeguarding your physical health.… Continue reading Recovery, Digital Meetings, and Social Distancing