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Celebrating a Sober New Years

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The new year can be daunting for those in recovery. It can also be a time to celebrate sobriety and set goals for the sober year ahead. Unfortunately, staying sober during the holidays can be challenging, especially during New Year’s. Addiction treatment programs can help those in recovery and their loved ones build healthy, sober habits, strategies, and coping mechanisms for the year ahead.

If you or someone in your life is ready for an addiction treatment program in New Hampshire, our team can help. At Better State, we believe in treating the root cause of addiction through holistic, trauma-informed outpatient treatment. Call us now at 781.412.1488 to learn more about how to have a sober New Year’s with our addiction treatment program.

How to Have a Sober New Year’s Eve

The pressures of New Year’s Eve and the holidays can make it hard to stay sober. Stress, financial strain, and the winter months can be hard on mental and physical health. Unfortunately, alcohol is a significant part of New Year’s celebrations, making it especially hard to resist drinking during the holiday. Here are some tips to decrease the risk of relapse and stay sober this holiday season:

  • Boundaries – By knowing your needs and self-advocating, it can be easier to stay sober. If spending New Year’s Eve alone is a trigger, go out with friends. If going out might trigger a relapse, find an alternative. Advocating for your own needs can set a precedent for the year ahead.
  • Avoid triggers with your own sober celebration – Plan your celebration or get together with others to plan a sober event to remove drugs and alcohol from the celebration.
  • Focus on your support system – As the new year approaches, spend more time with your therapist, sponsor, and alumni group. Focus on healthy family relationships and take time away from relationships that might trigger a relapse.

These are only a few steps toward a sober New Year’s celebration. They can also help set boundaries, expectations, and goals for the year ahead.

Sobriety During New Year’s

New Year’s often provides a fresh start, whether in your first days, weeks, or months of sobriety. For many, this adds pressure on top of recovery. If you’re looking ahead into a new year of sobriety, focus on accomplishments while setting small, achievable goals. For most, setting goals is a touchstone throughout recovery, not just during the early days and weeks of a new year. It’s important to honor every day of sobriety as an accomplishment and set goals you can meet over the days, weeks, and months ahead. While it’s easy to lose track of New Year’s resolutions, small daily goals can keep sobriety on track, no matter the time of year.

Put Sobriety First in the New Year with Addiction Treatment Programs in New Hampshire

Every day provides a new opportunity for setting and meeting goals for those in recovery. The hubbub of New Year’s celebrations can make it hard to stay sober and easy to forget daily accomplishments. An addiction treatment program can help manage addiction triggers and provide day-to-day support during the holidays and the year ahead. If you or someone you love is ready for treatment in New Hampshire, A Better State can help.

With a range of outpatient treatment programs, our trauma-informed, holistic treatment provides clients across New Hampshire with the support they need for substance abuse, mental health, and addiction. Our dual diagnosis clinic provides flexible treatment with IOP, PHP, and evening programs, including:

  • ​​Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Art therapy
  • Yoga therapy
  • Trauma therapy
  • Mindfulness meditation therapy

With individual programs for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression treatment, and trauma resolution, we’re ready to help you thrive throughout the new year.

Call A Better State to Learn More About Maintaining Recovery

Don’t let the pressure of a new year derail your sobriety. Contact A Better State now to learn more about addiction treatment programs in New Hampshire and how we can help you maintain sobriety through the new year. From our dual diagnosis to outpatient programs, we’re here to provide lasting support for your recovery. Recovery doesn’t have to be a challenge. Please schedule a consultation with A Better State to learn more about our tailored programs and services. Let’s start the new year on the right foot together. Contact us now at 781.412.1488 to learn more about our accessible programs and find the right addiction treatment solution.