Valentine's Day
February 11, 2021

How to Celebrate Your First Sober Valentine’s Day

Newly sober on Valentine’s Day? Whether you’re celebrating with your partner or friends, there are many fun ways to do so that don’t involve alcohol or drugs. Below are some ideas for a memory-filled holiday. Home Cooking for Valentine's Day Make Something New Since the pandemic began, a common trend in every...

December 22, 2020

Celebrating the Winter Holidays Safely in Recovery

Navigating holidays like Christmas depends upon keeping your stress in check. You don’t want to find yourself in situations that make you want to drink or use. 2020 has been an all-around stressful year; many of you have had to contend with unwanted feelings and emotions. Hopefully, you have...

November 27, 2019

Finding Recovery Support During Thanksgiving

If you are in recovery, you may be looking forward to Thanksgiving. However, it's also possible that some of you are dreading it, particularly those who are in early recovery. If you fall into the latter camp, we at Hemet Valley Recovery Center understand your concerns. Tomorrow might be...

October 30, 2019

Safe Sober Halloween in Recovery

The holiday season is fast approaching; Halloween is just around the corner and Thanksgiving in November. During this time, it is helpful for people in recovery to begin planning how they will navigate each holiday. While Halloween may not be as synonymous with drinking as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New...

December 21, 2018

Holidays: Recognizing Limitations In Recovery

This will be our last post before Christmas, so we thought it prudent to discuss the importance of recovery-first during the holidays. If this is your first year in recovery, then this may be your program’s first real test. Unfortunately, relapse over the holidays is a common occurrence, but...

November 30, 2015

THE HOLIDAYS: OFTEN DANGEROUS TO RECOVERY

For millions, it is the happiest time of the year. The holiday season is a time when Americans spend time with family and loved ones showing appreciation, gratitude, and love through gatherings and gift giving.It is also the time of countless parties and excessive consumption. For most, it is...

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