What is LC?
What happens after treatment? Where can you find support to help you navigate a life of sobriety? The Life Challenge can help.
Foundations Recovery Network created The Life Challenge as a living, connected community of alumni, motivators and coordinators that exists to support and celebrate those in recovery after treatment. Whether your challenge is getting out of bed in the morning, reconnecting with a loved one or making strides toward a personal goal, we’re here for you as a positive and motivational community. Together we’ll break down life’s barriers and celebrate the accomplishments along the way.Visit Website
What we offer:
“We are all on this journey called life, and each of our journeys are extraordinarily, and beautifully different. Yet at the same time we all face the same things: challenges.”
Break the stigma. Be a hero.
Heroes in Recovery
The lie of addiction is that you are alone in your disease. The truth is that stigmas surrounding addiction and mental health issues stop millions of people from getting the help they need. What would happen if we shared our stories and celebrated life? Could we become our own heroes? Heroes in Recovery is a grassroots movement ignited by Foundations Recovery Network and the wider community of those who are in recovery from addiction and co-occurring disorders. Together, we can inspire others through our stories and break the stigma.Visit Website
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Know someone who needs help?
If someone in your life needs help, you may not know where to begin, or even what questions to ask. We can help educate you and your loved one, and answer any questions you may have about treatment. Ultimately, your loved one will need to decide to get treatment, but we can help guide that decision. One person goes to treatment, but it takes a village to support that person in recovery. You don’t have to go through it alone.