Choose You

Now more than ever, it’s important to prioritize our mental and physical health. Whether you just need a few more tips for managing stress, or help finding treatment, we have resources for choosing a healthier, happier you.

Managing Stress, Loneliness, and Anxiety During a Pandemic

It’s normal to be experiencing more stress and anxiety right now. Many areas in Alaska are already isolated geographically, and this pandemic has left many feeling even more isolated. You might be noticing changes in your sleep or eating habits, struggling to stay focused, feeling disconnected from others, or experiencing worsening symptoms of chronic or mental health conditions.


Below are some resources to help you manage additional stress, anxiety, and loneliness:


Staying Sober

Check out our Virtual Sober Lounge where you can click around to find resources, tips, and support for staying sober.
Virtual Sober Lounge

Tracking and Shifting Your Alcohol Use Habits

Observe your drinking patterns and identify ways to reduce or change unhealthy drinking habits with a personalized, free app—the Step Away app.

The Step Away app is a mobile application that allows users instant access to useful tools, proven strategies and helpful feedback on their progress toward alcohol addiction recovery – all available with a touch on their personal smartphone. The features and information provided within Step Away stem from decades of research on effective interventions for alcohol addiction treatment.

You can download the app from the Apple App store or Google Play

Download on the App StoreGet it on Google Play

Promotional Offer:
Recover Alaska has partnered with Step Away to supply users in need with FREE access to an otherwise $4.99 monthly service.
For free access, please click HERE to request your unique referral code to apply while registering within the app.

Recovery is Possible!

View these amazing recovery journeys and remember, recovery doesn’t have to be perfect and it doesn’t have to look like someone else’s recovery. It just has to be yours.

Wondering where to start? Check out these Recovery Resources or visit our homepage to find the support you need.