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Never Forget, But Keep Moving Forward

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All Zach Carlisle ever wanted was to fit in and have friends. He primarily spent his childhood in Flower Mound, Texas, where he grew up in a loving, supportive, and religious home. Zach yearned to really belong with a group of his peers even though he was a shy and reserved child. He connected with […]

What is the Best Way to Get Sober?

What is the Best Way to Get Sober? what-is-best-way-get-sober

If you’re open to it, you may want to explore other treatment options outside of your immediate location. Some people find that getting a fresh start someplace new can be highly motivating. If you’re ready to start treatment now, Nova Recovery Center offers individualized, comprehensive programs for drug and alcohol addiction. Call (512) 605-2955 to […]

5 Types of People in Recovery

5 Types of People in Recovery 5 Types of People in Recovery

Have you ever thought to yourself, “What is recovery?” Is it simply abstaining from drugs and alcohol or is it something more? Many people would argue the latter. In fact, one study found that most people who self-identify as being “in recovery” define it as a continuous process that never ends.1 Instead of pinpointing it […]

7 Helpful Tips for Moving On After Sober Living

7 Helpful Tips for Moving On After Sober Living rehab client moving to sober living

This podcast is all about sharing positive advice and wisdom for daily life in recovery. In this episode, I’m going to share 7 helpful tips for moving on after you complete a sober living program.

A sober living home is a safe and protective haven after rehab and the transition back home can sometimes be difficult, especially if you lack a strong recovery support system. Whether you’re moving back home with family or you’re relocating to a new place for a fresh start, here are a few helpful tips to help you move on after completing a sober living program.

1. Continue building your support system.
2. Practice budgeting while you’re still at your sober living home.
3. Set goals for yourself.
4. Find recovery meetings that work for you.
5. Continue your structured routine.
6. Opt out of events and situations that could trigger a relapse.
7. Volunteer in your community.

[IDEAS Series] Q&A with Nick Tolar, Director of Operations at Eudaimonia Recovery Homes

[IDEAS Series] Q&A with Nick Tolar, Director of Operations at Eudaimonia Recovery Homes IDEAS header

Nick Tolar is the Director of Operations at Eudaimonia Recovery Homes, the sister company of Nova Recovery Center. He oversees the general operations of our sober living homes in Austin by ensuring that all residents are held accountable and are given the tools they need to succeed in recovery.

Ready to Get Sober? 5 Reasons Not to Wait Until After the Holidays

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The holiday season is a joyous and eventful time that many people look forward to. If your addiction has reared it’s ugly head and you’re finally ready to get help, the thought of missing out on the holiday fun may be a major deterrent. Although it may be easier to shelve the idea of going […]

Sober Fun: Your Ultimate Fall and Winter Bucket List

Sober Fun: Your Ultimate Fall and Winter Bucket List music festival in austin, tx

How to Stay Sober During the Winter Months Staying sober during any season can be difficult, but wintertime poses several additional threats to people in recovery and the winter season can have a profound effect on mood, activity levels, and mental health.

Completing 90-Day Rehab Is the Beginning, Not the End

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Updated on February 10th, 2021 Completing a 90-day rehab program is a very important step in the recovery process and your journey to lasting sobriety. However, it doesn’t mean you’re automatically “cured” of your addiction and you can return to your old ways of living without any consequences.

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