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International Men's Health Week: Focus on Recovery

This International Men's Health Week, we’re shining a spotlight on the importance of Recovery in men’s health. At Dallas 24 Hour Club, we see firsthand how Recovery transforms lives, helping men overcome addiction and rebuild their futures.

Why Recovery Matters:

Addiction affects every aspect of life, from physical health to mental well-being and relationships. Recovery isn’t just about breaking free from substances; it’s about reclaiming health, restoring dignity, and reconnecting with loved ones.

Here are 5 ways to help your Recovery journey:

  1. Stay Connected: Build a strong support network of family and friends.

  2. Stay Active: Regular exercise can boost your mood and overall well-being.

  3. Stay Mindful: Practice mindfulness or meditation to reduce stress.

  4. Stay Structured: Keep a daily routine to create stability and balance.

  5. Stay Positive: Focus on your progress and celebrate small victories.

Success Stories:

Our Residents’ and Alums' journeys are powerful reminders of the strength and resilience within each person. Here’s a glimpse into their experiences:

  • I got sober 14 months ago. The best benefit of making the everyday decision to not get high is, without a doubt, my health. I’m not just talking about my physical health either. The simplicity of trusting God and allowing him to discipline me in His divine way has given me the benefit of an ever-progressing spiritual, mental and emotional health as well. As of late, my emotional health has begun to improve, tremendously, because of the small group of family/friends I’ve begun sharing my daily gratitude list with. - Larry H., Tillman House Resident

  • Living a life of someone in Recovery has helped me in more ways than I could ever fathom. I'm in the best shape of my life! More importantly I now know how to handle emotions and situations which used to baffle me. - Kevin, Alum

  • The 24 has given me a plethora of tools so I can take care of all my Recovery needs like finding an awesome sponsor, finding a job, access to all my basic medical needs including dental and vision, and exposure to life skills. Actually, I just completed one of the life skills courses online last night which taught me things like verbal and nonverbal communication and budgeting so I can monitor my expenses so I don’t get over my head, and monitor my savings so if something unexpected happens I’ll have the money available so I can weather those life storms. - Steven, Alum

Let's celebrate the progress, support those still on their journey, and raise awareness about the crucial link between Recovery and men’s health.


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