ALUMNI RECOVERY RESOURCES
The Lighthouse offers a robust program for Alumni. On this page you’ll find links to websites to find, academic and informational drug and alcohol substance use websites, 12-step meeting locator websites, health/wellness/nutrition resources, inspirational websites, and other recovery resources, which will aid you in a successful life in long-term recovery.
The Lighthouse Alumni Relations team is here to help you and your family grow and stay connected with the recovery community. Our community is growing, and we invite you and your family to be a part of frequent recovery events: dinners, retreats, recovery getaways, and alumni/recovery resources.
Check the Alumni pages frequently, so you remain connected to sober support, informed of recovery events, and can access recovery resources when you need information to help you succeed. Long-term sustained recovery requires daily practice, devotion, and connection in the recovery community. We are here to support all your recovery efforts.
ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE ORGANIZATIONS
In the US, you can find a multitude of organizations who are passionate about supporting, understanding, and dedicated to continue to provide new research and data pertaining to alcohol and substance use disorders. These organizations aim to provide information and resources to prevent, aide in the recovery from , and educate those not personally affected by their own or a loved one’s use. Below you’ll find a list of several of these organizations who continue to research and raise awareness f these issues.
Foundation for Alcoholism Research
National Association for Children of Alcoholics
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Opiate Addiction & Treatment Resource
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
12-STEP FELLOWSHIPS FOR ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE USE
Below you’ll find links to 12-Step fellowships. Follow the link to the fellowship you wish to learn more about and possibly attend. Meetings facilitate recovery, provide you with a host of sober connections if you choose to collect phone numbers you can link yourself to a host of sober connections, find recovery resources in the community, a sponsor, and or a recovery coach.
Alcoholics Anonymous Online Meetings
SOBER LIVING & THE MULTIPLE PATHWAYS FOR RECOVERY
It is vital to remember the words of William White, “There are many paths to recovery and ALL are cause for celebration.”
As you continue to build your personal pathway for recovery use the links below to research and learn new ways to sustain and enjoy your new life in early recovery. Recovery is about rebuilding and restoring your life. Manifest the greatest version of yourself. Visit this page frequently so you can add a variety to your life.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Holistic-based Recovery Services
Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioids
Methadone Maintenance – New York
Methadone Maintenance – Connecticut
Suboxone Treatment – Connecticut
Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Alcohol
Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Smoking
Maintaining healthy relationships with your family and loved ones is vital in early recovery. Your behaviors have created anxiety and frustrations in the lives of your loved ones. This page is dedicated to helping your loved ones find the support needed to learn how to live and grow with you and your recovery once you have returned from residing at The Lighthouse Sober Living home in New Canaan, Connecticut. in recovery.
Co-Anon (Cocaine Addicts’ Family Groups)
Co-Dependents Anonymous (CODA)
COSA (formerly Co-Dependents of Sex Addicts)
Recovering Couples Anonymous (RCA)
LGBT RECOVERY RESOURCES
The Lighthouse Sober Living Recovery Coaching 365 dedicates this page to the LGBTQ Recovery Community.
The LGBTQ community is faced with higher than average cases of alcohol or substance use disorders. LGBT health experts have agreed emotional issues such as isolation, discrimination, and social pressures create more risk of LGBTQ individuals to seek comfort in alchol or substance use. It is evident that LGBTQ youth experience higher levels of stress and anxiety and turn to alcohol and other drugs as a coping mechanism.
Addiction Recovery for LGBT Community
LGBT Addiction, Causes, Treatment, and Research
LGBT Addiction Recovery Centers
RECOVERY BLOGS AND MORE
The Lighthouse Sober Living Alumni Recovery Blogs and Inspirational Readings Page provides you with resources links to other recovery blogs besides our own, Recovery & Sober Living Blog. You’ll find links to blogs, recovery readings, and inspirational recovery stories pages to support long-term sustained recovery in Connecticut and surrounding area.
The Lighthouse Sober Living Blog
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