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Sobriety Solutions Discusses The Importance of Sober Living with Fox 29 Good Day Philadelphia​

"Local family helps many other families navigate the road to recovery"

Addiction Treatment Community

Part of establishing a strong line of defense against the possibly of a future relapse is through a strong foundation in sobriety.  Anchor yourself in community and resources available when going through addiction treatment, and you’ll find that you’ll be much stronger and more confident in your ability to succeed on your path to recovery. Feel free to reach out to our free and confidential 24/7 helpline at (833)-880-HELP for more resources.

We will help you to find the best drug and alcohol treatment program. Call our free national 24/7 confidential helpline and let our friendly and compassionate treatment specialists help you! Sobriety Solutions goal is to make helpful and verifiable information available on substance abuse, addiction treatment, and recovery.

No matter your age, background or occupation, addiction can become a problem to anyone in our communities. Learn more about different types of addiction treatment, the different levels of treatment, and find out more about program in your area using a treatment specialist at (833)-880-HELP.

Celebrities & Addiction

Celebrities are people, just like us, who  make mistakes and face addiction. Here we have compiled our favorite quotes from celebrities who are sober. We hope that it inspires you in your recovery from drugs or alcohol addiction.

I couldn’t believe that anybody could be naturally happy without being on something. So I would say to anybody, ‘It does get better.'

My recovery from drug addiction is the single greatest accomplishment of my life … but it takes work — hard, painful work — but the help is there, in every town and career, drug/drink freed members of society, from every single walk and talk of life to help and guide.

Getting sober was one of the three pivotal events in my life, along with becoming an actor and having a child. Of the three, finding my sobriety was the hardest thing.

My identity shifted when I got into recovery. That's who I am now, and it actually gives me greater pleasure to have that identity than to be a musician or anything else, because it keeps me in a manageable size. When I'm down on the ground with my disease-which I'm happy to have-it gets me in tune. It gives me a spiritual anchor. Don't ask me to explain.

Being in recovery has given me everything of value that I have in my life. Integrity, honesty, fearlessness, faith, a relationship with God, and most of all gratitude. It’s given me a beautiful family and an amazing career. I’m under no illusions where I would be without the gift of alcoholism and the chance to recover from it.

The priority of any addict is to anesthetize the pain of living to ease the passage of day with some purchased relief.

Sobriety was the greatest gift I ever gave myself. I don't put it on a platform. I don't campaign about it. It's just something that works for me. It enabled me to really connect with another human being-my wife, Sheryl-which I was never able to do before

I think recovery organizations are essential. I still participate in that because I enjoy the sharing that takes place and the friendship

Addiction Statistics

  • According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 27 million Americans, or 10.2% of the American population over the age of 12 reported using illicit drugs in 2014.
  • An estimated 6.5 million Americans over the age of 12 reported current, non-medical use of prescription drugs, such as painkillers, tranquilizers, stimulants, and sedatives.
  • In 2014, 21.5 million Americans aged 12 or older met the criteria for a substance use disorder (or addiction) in the previous year.
  • Those who abuse prescription opioids are 40% more likely to use heroin than those who don’t.
  • The United States consumes 80% of the world’s prescription painkiller supply, despite not even making up 5% of the world’s population.
  • Nearly 17 million adults in the United States suffer from alcoholism.
  • An estimated 88,000 people die per year due to alcohol
  • It’s possible to die the first time you use cocaine; consumption quadruples the risk of sudden death.
  • Drug abuse led to about 2.5 million emergency department visits in 2011
  • Only about 11% of those addicted to drugs or alcohol in 2009 actually received treatment for their substance abuse disorder.
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