Category Archives: Addiction Recovery

Urge Coping with ‘The Wave’

For successful addiction recovery and during subsequent lifelong abstinence learning effective techniques that help with urge coping is absolutely critical. Of course, everybody experiences urges every now and then with the desire to ‘not give in’ to the urge which can prove rather difficult at times. Our addiction recovery program at Good Acres Sanctuaries is grounded in REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior

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Coming Soon: SMART Recovery Meetings

  We are running ahead of schedule with our new addiction recovery programming! Our first SMART Recovery support group meetings will start to become available before the end of the year. We will begin by offering an orientation for those who would like to learn more about the system of SMART Recovery. The support group meetings will initially consist of

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Pants 4 a Purpose

We want your pants! Now, you can donate your used jeans to help us raise funds for our upcoming sanctuary based addiction recovery services. Men’s, women’s, and kids jeans in all colors and conditions are welcome. We encourage you to reach out to your circle of influence and gather up some jeans. If you are located in the Lawrenceburg/Frankfort area

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Conquering Addiction

In today’s Brainy Monday post, we would like to introduce you to a book that is well worth reading even if you are not in substance use recovery or suffering from depression. Reading in and off itself is a helpful activity to expand one’s horizons and stimulate brain activity. However, you could combine reading and learning about your brain at

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From Depression to Hope

Whenever a special participant in our ‘Right On! Success Coaching’ program has reached a milestone, we want to let you know about it. Such is the case with a special young woman who is currently serving time for drug charges. When she first started the program she had a very hard time keeping her spirits up in the overcrowded jail environment.

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