We are accepting new admissions but have implemented additional pre-screening procedures to ensure the health and safety of everyone at Safe Harbor Recovery Center. **At this time, all family visitation has been suspended until further notice.**

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How to Cope with Relapse

How to Cope with Relapse

If your asthmatic friend had an asthma attack in front of you or your diabetic friend had to be hospitalized for their blood sugar, you would not call them failures for their inability to control their symptoms. Support & Encouragement Just like the person who has...
Set Loneliness Aside to Support Your Recovery

Set Loneliness Aside to Support Your Recovery

Sometimes it feels good to be alone. A little time to ourselves gives us a chance to clear our heads, to indulge in a personal hobby or an afternoon of reading or evening of binge watching, or to get some much needed rest. The world is full of noise, and our schedules...
How Yoga Supports Substance Abuse Recovery

How Yoga Supports Substance Abuse Recovery

Yoga might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of useful tools for recovering from substance abuse. Generally, recovery groups, therapy sessions, and books are what people first turn to as resources to fight active addiction. However, research...