The men at Live Free Structured Sober Living will be gearing up for sober camping and hiking trip with our favorite Recovery support Thrive Outdoors in June 2019 to the White Mountain National Forest. They will participate in hiking, camping, and swimming at Welton Falls. Time will also be spent at a yurt on the side of Mt. Cardigan. The alumni and current residents of Live Free Structured Sober Living, and 12 step volunteers from the recovery community are welcome. Live Free Structured Sober Living will belay for all food of guests, we will just need an exact headcount.
Thrive Outdoors will be attending while connecting survival skills and addiction recovery. Together, Live Free Structured Sober Living and Thrive Outdoors will be leading hiking trips up Mt Cardigan. During this time the group will enjoy team building activities. This hike also will show that, yes, you can have fun in sobriety and that doing hard things have rewards that pay off in so many ways.
Sober living is an important and vital step for someone in their recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. This step allows someone to build a solid foundation that takes many of the theory’s that individuals learned in their stays at inpatient treatment and put them into action. Creating strong bonds with people with the same goals and struggles while adapting to life is crucial.
Often, most sober livings don’t take it further. Not here at Live Free Structured Sober Living, we like to get out and see all that life has to offer. After all, there are many amazing experiences to be had right here in New Hampshire. People sharing in fellowship and achieving things like completing a hike or having dinner by a fire connect deeper with one another than when we are distracted by phones and social media.
The White Mountain National Forest is a beautiful range to hike. There are many trails to explore and enjoy. While on this hike the men of Live Free Sober Living will engage in many things that will help them grow and maintain sobriety and life free from addiction. When hiking outdoors, it has proven to be a great way to relieve anxiety and to reconnect with one’s sense of self.
More often than not people think that getting sober will be the end of all fun. This is the farthest from the truth. At Live Free Structured Sober Living we provide life skills training and incredible group adventures to show you that being free from drugs and alcohol can be the best life you ever imagined. When you join our tribe, we want to push you to be your best. If you want what we have and would like to learn more than be sure to contact us today. We are excited to hear from you and look forward to chatting.