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.**

Safe Harbor Recovery Center is closely monitoring all coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and is following suggested best practices from the CDC to prevent the spread of the virus. For more information, please click here.
Supporting Recovery with Nutrition

Supporting Recovery with Nutrition

With the start of a new year, it is not at all uncommon to hear people from all walks of life making goals related to eating healthier. For a person in recovery, this can also be a critically important goal at any time of the year. It may seem too simple to be true,...
How Music Supports Recovery

How Music Supports Recovery

When people think about ways to treat addiction and prevent relapse, they often picture treatment programs, recovery groups, and possibly talk therapy. While these things are certainly important elements of treatment, long-term recovery from addiction requires the...
Rebuilding Your Support System in Recovery

Rebuilding Your Support System in Recovery

While it is possible to get clean or sober by just leaving behind one’s drug of choice, a person who desires long-term recovery that will reduce their risk of relapse and allow them to live a fulfilling life must take additional action. Unhealthy Relationships During...
What is a “Dry Drunk”?

What is a “Dry Drunk”?

If you’ve known someone in recovery or heard people talk about recovery, you may have heard the phrase “dry drunk.” It refers to someone who continues to behave aggressively, recklessly, or irresponsibly even though they have stopped drinking. While the concept of...