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5 Daily Practices to Improve Mental Health & Mindset

5 Daily Practices to Improve Mental Health & Mindset

Some of what we talk about in the mental health and substance use space is often misinterpreted as suggestions for folks in early recovery, but we’ve discovered that our tools for happy, healthy and meaningful living can benefit everyone.  At Surfside, we constantly...
Building Life Skills in Men’s Sober Living

Building Life Skills in Men’s Sober Living

The chronic, relapsing nature of Substance Use Disorders can be disheartening for everyone: families, friends, employers, treatment/medical providers and, of course, the person struggling. While there are many adults with addiction who are still able to work and...
Having Fun in Early Sobriety

Having Fun in Early Sobriety

  One of the most curious barriers to recovery for young people is the misconception that a life without mind or mood altering substances will be boring. Mental health professionals find this thought perplexing (and somewhat entertaining), considering most people who...
Emphasizing Accountability in Structured Sober Living

Emphasizing Accountability in Structured Sober Living

Accountability is a critical piece in an effective structured sober living, although it can feel like a double-edged sword.  Being held accountable (or responsible) for working towards a goal can have a positive connotation, associated with memories of a friend who...
Sober Living: Using Community to Combat Isolation

Sober Living: Using Community to Combat Isolation

When people discover our intensely community-focused and action-based program, we’re met with two responses.  For some, they can’t believe it took so long for them to find us.  For others, it’s really difficult to understand why a person would choose such a rigorously...