“Thank you so much for helping me see what has always been right in front of me and that’s a glimmer of hope. I feel like my life has turned for the better and couldn’t have done it without you.”

Don G.

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Rimrock’s Pump N Run for Recovery Coming September 17th

Rimrock’s Pump N Run for Recovery adds a unique twist to the average fun run by measuring both strength and endurance. Athletes will have the option to take 30 seconds off their race time for each successful bench press they perform prior to the race. There are 12 age/gender divisions. Depending on age, men must – more…

True North Project

  The True North Project is a new program that is offered for adult men and women with a history of incarceration needing a safe place to have a fresh start in their lives in recovery. The residential home is designed to house 8 men and help 6 women who reside at the Rimrock main – more…

Healthy Tips for 2016

Every January, people feel inspired to get healthy and start their year with new diets and quick ways to lose pounds. Typically, diets end as quickly as they begin and people are left feeling guilty and like they have failed. But most diets are not healthy long term solution to losing weight permanently. Most fad – more…

Tips on Identifying Symptoms of Relapse

When the urges for stinking thinking begin, relapse is not far behind. Here are some internal and external warning signs which can begin the relapse cycle. Keep in mind that relapse happens long before the first drink, use, or bet. Internal signs, when neglected can lead to dysfunction Mind: • Difficulty in thinking clearly • – more…

Tips for Family Members of an Alcoholic or Addict

The Importance of Self-Care Your family member has struggled with addiction in a variety of ways. There have been many times where you worried, were the caretaker, or watched them spiral out of control. They then sought treatment, and have returned to their homes. They now have the tools and the resources to help them – more…

Vivitrol: What is it and how can it help?

For centuries, medical professionals have studied the art of helping those suffering with addiction and substance abuse. In ages past, they were unclear how certain drugs affected their patients, and went to great lengths to alleviate their suffering. Now historians look back with current knowledge and are shocked at what attempts were made and how – more…