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 Cannabis Inclusive
Recovery Environment

HARM REDUCTION THROUGH AN INNOVATIVE & NEW,
NON-SMOKABLE PROTOCOL

 

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RECOVERY, SELF DEFINED

High Sobriety supports comprehensive mental health and addiction services for individuals to achieve their goals, live healthy lives,
and to have a chance to realize their potential, which may or may not include total abstinence.
High Sobriety respects diversity and understands that recovery is self-defined and self-determined.

 

For generations, we have been told marijuana is a gateway drug. This has been debunked by science and common sense.
At High Sobriety, we believe marijuana can be an exit drug.

 

NOTICE: Neither High Sobriety nor any of its employees prescribe, sell, distribute, or produce cannabis.

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High Sobriety has seen the damage drug use causes families, communities, and individuals. There is a need and a moral imperative to help people who reject the total abstinence model of treatment. Nobody realizes their potential if they are dead. Statistics illustrate a backlash to coerced total abstinence.


We have seen people, take the next step into cessation of drug use after a time of harm minimized drug use. We have seen people transition from lethal dose use to non-lethal doses and go on to live happier and safer lives. 

 

REQUIREMENTS:

• No Couples
• Failed Previous Rehab
• No Smokables


 
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High Sobriety Featured on One Radio Network

October 12, 2018

High Sobriety was recently featured on Patrick Timpone’s One Radio Network radio show to discuss the successful use of cannabis in the fight aga...

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Cannabis Business Times Features High Sobriety

October 5, 2018

Cannabis Business Times digital publication recently featured High Sobriety in discussing advances in the medical cannabis research act and how it can...

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New York To Offer Medical Marijuana As Opioid Alternative

June 22, 2018

StupidDope.com Report: New York To Offer Medical Marijuana As Opioid AlternativeIn 2016, the opioid death rate was 15.1 per 100,000 people, which is t...

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