Banana Split Cake was a family favorite growing up that our mom would make on special occasions. It’s super easy to make and tastes so good.Read more
Real people sharing real stories about their experience with substance abuse and mental health.
By Lonny F., Transformations Alumnus “It’s good to be sober.” This is a phrase that a friend of mine, Jim, uses every time he is about to share his story. I am stealing it from him for many reasons because this is a moment where it feels right to say, “It’s good to be sober.”…Read more
When overcoming alcoholism or substance abuse, those in recovery encounter countless triggers. And if ever there were a daunting task for these individuals, it’s the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Many people face an uphill battle when March 17 rolls around, but if you prepare yourself, it’s possible to enjoy a sober St. Patty’s Day…Read more
Please meet my very best friend, Moo. We’ve been together for nearly ten years, since she was just a two pound puppy. She’s been by my side through all the ups and downs of my journey in sobriety and I couldn’t ask for a better or more lovable companion. Occasionally I look at Moo and…Read more
By Cali W., Transformations Alumna My name is Cali. I’m 29 and my sobriety date is May 1, 2019. Growing up, I always felt like I just didn’t fit in. I could blend in, almost like a chameleon, but I always felt like a background character. I always felt out of place. Constantly restless and…Read more
Happy February, Alumni! I know a lot of people associate February with love, but I also know that not everyone is in a romantic relationship. That’s the beauty of film, whether you’re head over heels for your significant other or you’re riding solo, movies can be enjoyed by all. This month, I chose Promising Young…Read more