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Sober Gift Ideas for Your Spouse

Sober Gift Ideas for Your Spouse

Addiction is a difficult disease to overcome. Unfortunately, millions of people in the United States are affected by addiction every year. If your wife or husband has suffered from drug or alcohol dependency, then you may understand how heartbreaking it can be to watch them struggle with this problem. The good news is that recovery is possible! Many people have achieved sobriety with the help of facilities like our drug rehab center Gilman

Because healing from substance abuse is so challenging, it’s important to recognize the work the individual put into their addiction treatment and recovery. Especially if it’s your wife or husband, you may want to give them an extra special gift to show them how proud you are. If you’re looking for sober gift ideas for your spouse, then you’re in the right place. 

Sobriety Gift Ideas for Your Partner

Almost everyone gets excited when they see the postal worker walking up to the door with a package, or an email confirming that your order has been shipped. Gifts can be a great way to show another person how much you care and how proud you are of them. When searching for sobriety gifts for a loved one, you may feel hesitant to get them something that may trigger a relapse or cause distress. To make this process a little easier for you, our team at Banyan Treatment Centers Heartland has jotted down some great sober gift ideas for your spouse. 

Personalized Gifts

You can inscribe the date of their first day of rehab on a meaningful item such as jewelry, keychain, or journal as a reminder of their progress.

A Book About Addiction Recovery

There are plenty of great books about sobriety that can motivate your spouse and teach them new ways to cope with stressful situations or offer tips to help combat negative thinking in addiction recovery.


It doesn’t have to be an extended vacation, but even taking your spouse out for a day trip or the weekend can allow them to break free from their daily routine and enjoy the simpler joys of an addiction-free life. Make it extra special with a unique souvenir as a reminder of the wonderful getaway.  

A Wellness Subscription Box

Themed subscription boxes have become popular in recent years, ranging from literature and pop culture to wellness, fashion, and fitness-themed subscriptions that are delivered right to your door. Wellness subscription boxes usually include smaller gifts relating to self-care, health, and meditation.
While you might have some idea about what to expect in the first month of sobriety, it’s an ongoing journey; a recurring sober gift for your spouse can be a great motivator. 

ClassPass Membership

This membership is a great sober gift for a spouse who is enthusiastic about exercising. It allows the person to purchase their preferred level of membership and choose the number of classes they want to take per month. ClassPass offers a wide variety of activities your spouse can enjoy. 

Photo Collage

Photos are moments frozen in time that can be enjoyed for years to come. What better way to show your love and appreciation for someone than to showcase pictures of your favorite memories with them? Online programs like Canva or Pic Collage can help you create beautiful collages for free or you can print individual photos and arrange them in a beautiful collage frame. 

Sobriety is challenging but worth it. Our IOP and PHP programs at Banyan Heartland have helped many patients break free from the hold of addiction and lead a healthier life.

If you or a loved one require addiction treatment, call us today at

888-280-4763 to get started on your recovery journey. 

Related Reading:

What to do When a Spouse Relapses

Living With an Addict

Benefits of Being Outside in Addiction Recovery

Alyssa, Director of Digital Marketing
Alyssa, Director of Digital Marketing
Alyssa is the National Director of Digital Marketing and is responsible for a multitude of integrated campaigns and events in the behavioral health and addictions field. All articles have been written by Alyssa and medically reviewed by our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Darrin Mangiacarne.