Curious About Sobriety?

Thinking about sobriety? Want to make a healthy lifestyle change?

At certain points in their lives, many people decide their current relationship with alcohol just isn’t working for them anymore. Maybe they want to feel less anxious and more energetic, spend less money, or improve their overall health. Regardless of the reason, if you’re thinking about cutting out alcohol, Binge Free 603 has resources and videos to support you.

It’s your choice. Some people might feel pressure to drink socially, while others might feel like it’s normal to drink alcohol. However, more and more adults are choosing to skip alcohol and connect with friends in different ways.

Curious About Sobriety

Dry January

Site and and app for a one-month booze-free challenge

Young People In Recovery

Values community by creating welcoming spaces for people in or seeking recovery and their allies.

Recover Together

A Google initiative

Rise Together

Engages young people through education, awareness, and outreach

Additional resources:

Go Sober for October

Find inspiration in this U.K. campaign designed to raise money while cutting back on alcohol during October.

If you’re sober curious or looking for information or help about a drug or alcohol issue, we have resources and materials that can help.

Below, listen to Andy and Fay describe their personal reasons for finding recovery and spreading the word that recovery is possible.

Fay

Fay’s journey with addiction started before she even graduated from high school. When she became pregnant with her first child, Fay knew it was time to begin her recovery so she could give her daughter a better life. Hear more stories about recovery.

Andy

Before recovery, Andy’s world felt very small. Recovery opened up new doors for him to create music, have real relationships, and get the most out of his life. Hear more stories about recovery.
 

Concerned About Drinking

A new resource for anyone in NH. For many people, addiction is a daily reality. The Doorways can help. Whether you are seeking help for yourself or a loved one, or are just looking for information. Just like Fay and Andy, you are not alone. Help is available to you. Find a Doorway near you for help now. You can also dial 2-1-1 for immediate assistance.

A resource for people who are curious about, entering, or sustaining recovery from substance use disorders.

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