Sobriety Awareness Month to Be Celebrated by Alaskans This March
Residents in Alaska have designated this March as Sobriety Awareness Month to help bring attention to the possibility and reality of living in sobriety.
March Is Sobriety Awareness Month
This March, Alaskans will be able to share their experience, strength, and hope on living a sober lifestyle. Sobriety Awareness Month is dedicated to showcasing the freedom that sobriety can bring while also encouraging others to make the decision to get help so that they can recover from drug addiction and/or alcoholism.
In Alaska, Sobriety Awareness Month will kick off with “Dry Weekend Challenges.” In addition, non-alcoholic beverages will be offered at a number of bars and restaurants throughout the state.
Spreading Awareness about Addiction and Recovery
It’s critical to raise awareness about addiction and recovery because it could be the difference between someone remaining stuck in active addiction to drugs and/or alcohol and them actually getting the help they need to live in sobriety.
Recovering from addiction isn’t easy, but it is worth it to live free from the bondage of an addiction to drugs and alcohol. Sobriety Awareness Month helps spread the word about addicts being able to recover from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body as well as promoting the idea and reality of a sober lifestyle.
Sobriety Awareness Month also helps demonstrate that sobriety doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, living in sobriety can be fun and exciting. This month gets to highlight all of the alternative ways of celebrating occasions and enjoying each day without the use of drugs or alcohol.
Do you find yourself unable to live in the moment because you feel enslaved to drugs and/or alcohol? Now is the time for you to reach out for help and discover a new way of life in sobriety. The Watershed Addiction Treatment Programs in Florida and Texas offers individualized treatment programs to target drug addiction and alcoholism at the core. Call The Watershed for help today at 1-800-861-1768.Tags: addiction awareness, Alcohol Awareness, awareness, drug awareness, sobriety