Staying sober over the holidays can be difficult, especially for a person in early recovery.
If you’re struggling to stay sober over the holidays and you’re not sure how to maintain sobriety this New Year’s Eve, finding alcohol-free sober parties can be the key. After all, when you’re surrounded by other people who are also staying sober, staying away from drinking and drugs doesn’t feel so weird.
There are many reasons people choose to have sober celebrations for the new year. Sobriety is in greater fashion as many people are trying to avoid alcohol-related illnesses often associated with binge drinking. Others may be abstaining from alcohol because they’re in recovery or they’ve chosen sobriety for health reasons. At Banyan Treatment Centers Massachusetts, we support long-term recovery and want to help you have a happy and healthy New Year’s Eve.
If you’re struggling with alcoholism or if you have a loved one who is struggling, reach out to our team at Banyan Treatment Centers Massachusetts for help in getting and staying sober. Call 888-280-4763 today.
How to Find Sober Parties in MassachusettsA sober New Year’s Eve starts by finding sober parties in Massachusetts. As we move closer to December 31st, you’ll be able to find more events. Look at popular event posting websites like Facebook, Eventbrite, and Ticketmaster. Search for events that have words like dry, sober, and family-friendly included in the title or description. Most of these events will likely be alcohol-free. The earlier an event is, the more likely it is that the event will be alcohol-free.
For foolproof sober parties, consider attending New Year’s Eve events hosted by your religious or school organizations. These settings typically skip on the alcohol due to legal or moral reasons, so everyone is celebrating sober with you. Members of our Boston rehab alumni program often get together during the holidays for sober celebrations, so be sure to reach out to see what events we’re holding near you.