The Gifts of Sobriety

Traditional philosophy states, self-control is needed to stay sober.  Living sober isn't a control issue, someone active in their alcohol use or substance use crosses a line into addiction and cannot "go back" to control it. Assistance is needed, and then living sober is attainable.  Millions of individuals are living a "sober lifestyle," and most individuals, including the individuals family and friends need assistance in order to continue a life of recovery.

Living sober may be the greatest gift you can give to yourself or someone close to you.  Though it may not be easy for a person diagnosed with alcohol use disorder or substance use disorder, there are steps that can be taken, and through those, it is possible to break free from the chains of addiction.

If you or a loved on has a dependency issue, it is best to call upon someone who knows the logistics and knowledge of what to do.  Most often, someone with alcohol or substance use disorder needs an Intervention in order to knock down the wall of denial.  More than likely, a medical detox is need as well.  Before the Intervention, the Interventionist will meet with family, friends and loved ones to get a clear understanding of the individual and will suggest the most effective strategy for the Intervention as well as the best type of treatment for the individual.  The process then begins, with a plan in motion to keep the individual on track and engaged within the Intervention or denial will set in again. Our clients work closely with sober companions, life coaches, and recovery coaches on a daily basis from Los Angeles, Indianapolis, Portland, Miami, New York, Virginia, Connecticut, Kansas, Vermont and many other cities in the United States as well as around the world.  Footprints of Serenity cares about the individual and their well being, traveling all over the world assisting people of all ages to find sobriety in their own homes and giving them a new hope on life.Footprints of Serenity is here to assist with all of your needs give us a call today.  213-80-SOBER