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Sober Spring Break

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Sober Spring Break

For many young men, spring break can be a time to relax, celebrate, and, in most cases, party. For those in recovery, spring break can be overwhelming and complex. Without support, spring break can trigger a relapse and mental health concerns like depression and anxiety. Finding the right support is essential to staying sober over spring break. A 12-step addiction recovery group can help those struggling with alcohol addiction stay sober during spring break.

If you’re looking for alcohol rehab in North Carolina, Red Oak Recovery® has you covered. Our men’s drug and alcohol rehab programs treat young adults ages 18-30 with comprehensive evidence-based and holistic therapies. Learn more about treating alcoholism today by calling us at 866.457.7590 to get started.

The Best Ways to Stay Sober Over Spring Break

Staying sober is a daily challenge. Holidays like spring break can make sobriety even harder. If you or a young man you know is looking for healthy ways to enjoy a sober spring break while reducing stress and anxiety, try one or all of these tips:

Join a 12-Step Recovery Program

A 12-step program can provide a wealth of support, information, and a plan for long-term recovery. The best part about 12-step programs is that many people you’ll meet and work with have dealt with staying sober during spring break. If you’re already in a program, reach out during spring break, attend more meetings, and ask for help.

Talk with an Addiction Therapist

Addiction therapists understand addiction and the social pressures today’s young men face. Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for help. A therapist can help reframe situations, process feelings, and find new ways to handle stress and anxiety during spring break.

Travel with a Sober Friend

Spring break is a popular time to travel. Instead of heading somewhere with endless happy hours, consider traveling with a good friend who respects your sobriety. The one-on-one time will relieve stress and peer pressure to drink. It can also help build better communication and stress management skills.

Spring Break at Home

If you’d rather stay home, consider treating yourself to an at-home spring break. Take the week to focus on a skill you’ve always wanted to learn, a hike you’ve been meaning to try, or a recipe you want to master. Use the time for personal development, and you’ll completely forget about other people’s plans. During your staycation, disconnect from social media to reduce added stress.

These are only a few ways to focus on sobriety over spring break. The critical thing to remember is that every person’s experience of addiction is their own. If you’re concerned about staying sober, reach out to an alcohol treatment center now.

Try Men’s Drug Alcohol Rehab in North Carolina Today!

If you or a young man you love needs support for sobriety, call Red Oak Recovery® today. Our range of programs for men ages 18-30 provides holistic approaches to healing addiction and co-occurring disorders. Young men at Red Oak Recovery® focus on reconnecting with nature and rebuilding self-confidence through resilience and the great outdoors. Our drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs include:

  • Alcohol addiction treatment
  • Cocaine addiction treatment
  • Heroin addiction treatment
  • Benzo addiction treatment
  • Opioid addiction treatment
  • Marijuana addiction treatment

We also treat process addictions like social media addiction and mental health disorders.

Red Oak Recovery® provides yoga, meditation, wilderness, and experiential therapy alongside a robust individual, group, and family counseling program for holistic health. At Red Oak Recovery®, our clients thrive.

Find Treatment Now at Red Oak Recovery®

If you’re ready for a different type of alcohol rehab, call Red Oak Recovery® today. Reach us at 866.457.7590 to speak with our staff today and get started with our 12-step programs.