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Victory Over Addiction

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Digital Recovery For The Modern Age We Live In

Colusa County Recovery is committed to breaking down barriers to recovery by leveraging the power of the internet, digital resources, communications, AI-powered technology, and online communities to support individuals in their recovery. WE believe that virtual recovery has the power to revolutionize the way addiction recovery services and peer support are delivered, and WE intend to stay at the forefront of this movement. WE encourage you to utilize this platform and its wealth of free self-help resources and recovery tools. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if we can support you in your recovery. WE are here for you.

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Millions Rethink Their
onship To Alcohol



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The Sober Curious Movement Attracts Millions

The Sober Curious movement represents a shift in societal attitudes towards alcohol and a growing interest in exploring a more mindful and intentional relationship with drinking and is particularly popular with young adults and 30-somethings. The movement questions drinking habits and patterns, challenge societal norms, and consider the benefits of living alcohol-free or adopting a more conscious approach to alcohol consumption.


(Colusa County Recovery) - Addiction recovery is a challenging process that requires a lot of hard work and determination. One key ingredient for success is having a strong support system in place. Support can come in many forms, including friends, family, and support groups.

Research has shown that social support is essential for addiction recovery. In fact, Keith Humphrey, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford Medical University, found that Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is almost always more effective than psychotherapy in achieving abstinence.

While we appreciate the value of psychotherapy and recommend it highly, having a strong support system that includes support groups and loved ones can greatly improve one's chances of success. By working together, individuals can achieve lasting recovery and reclaim their lives.

Support groups, such as AA, Narcotics Anonymous (NA), and Smart Recovery, can provide a sense of community and connection, as well as practical tools for managing cravings and staying on track. These groups are often led by peers who have gone through similar experiences, which can make them uniquely effective.

Friends and family members can also provide a valuable source of encouragement and motivation. They can offer practical support, such as help with daily tasks, transportation, and childcare.