How do I use JourneyPure Coaching?

The private JourneyPure app creates a customized recovery plan to help you reach daily, weekly and monthly recovery goals. It’s accessible 24/7 and connects directly to your Alumni Life Coach.

Your coach is there for support. to walk hand-in-hand with you through your first year of recovery. They are an ear for listening, a resource library and an advocate for you and your recovery. All coaches are in recovery themselves so they understand the struggle and how to overcome it.

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What do I do if I relapse?

A relapse is not a failure. It’s all about what you do to get back up. The sooner you address the slip-up, the less damage it can cause. Be honest and reach out to your support network right away. Don’t buy-in to the idea that you can handle it your own. Research has shown we need to stay social to stay sober. Take advice and be proactive in getting back on track. Making real changes may require more treatment. (And, that’s ok).

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How can I stay sober after rehab?

The general recommendation is to take all recommendations and follow through on every step of your aftercare plan. This usually includes:

  • Outpatient treatment for at least 6 months
  • 30 meetings in your first 30 days out of rehab
  • Getting a sponsor within 30 days
  • Sober living for at least 1 month
  • Continuing all medications (like Suboxone or Subutex) until advised by a professional

Then, the best advice is to continue taking advice.

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How has the COVID-19 outbreak impacted those in addiction and recovery?

The impact of COVID-19 on those in addiction and recovery was quantified in a nationwide survey released by JourneyPure on April 13, 2020. 

Results show that the COVID-19 pandemic makes it harder for those in recovery to avoid relapse and less likely for those struggling to seek treatment. An increase in indirect COVID-19 deaths by way of drug and alcohol overdoses is inevitable. 


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Is there such a thing as online AA meetings?

Yes! Alcoholics Anonymous, as well as dozens of other addiction support groups, hold daily online meetings. There are thousands of open meetings to choose from, and like in-person meetings, you have options. Virtual meetings are happening 24/7 a day all over the world, so there is always a way to stay connected.

AA and NA groups are autonomous from the organization, meaning that they adhere to the AA principles but maintain their own “group conscious.” So, group members decide together how they want to hold virtual meetings. Some groups are gender-specific, while others are specifically geared towards beginners, so make sure you choose a meeting that is appropriate to your needs.

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Come back and see us at alumni meetings held every week. (There is food 🙂). You can attend meetings at any location, regardless of where you went to treatment.

Due to the virus, all alumni meetings and events are currently paused, but we hope to resume as soon as it’s safe. Your coach will reach out when we can get together again.

Meetings provide the opportunity for connections of depth and weight.

Alumni Meeting Schedules

JourneyPure – Tennessee (5080 Florence Rd. Murfreesboro, TN)

  • Every Wednesday
  • Food is served at 6 PM and the meeting goes from 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM in the activities building

JourneyPure – Knoxville (9050 Executive Park Dr. Suite 100B Knoxville, TN)

  • Every Wednesday
  • Food is served at 5 PM and the meeting lasts until 7 PM

Journeypure – Florida (22219 Panama City Beach Pkwy. Panama City Beach, FL)

  • Every Wednesday
  • Food is served at 6 PM and the meeting goes from 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM on the back porch

JourneyPure – Kentucky (2349 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY)

  • Temporary paused
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