Links & Credits

(Adding new links all the time)

Recovery & faith-based resources

  • Alcoholics Anonymousmeetings, info & resources
  •* – excerpt from their site: “is an informational resource that aspires to educate the public on addictions and addictive substances and to assist people who may have already become addicted themselves…” *I don’t have any personal experience with this site but they did reach out to me. They do have a blog & articles with lots of helpful information including this guide explaining the detox process. They also have treatment referrals. As always, you’ll need to research if this is the best route for you as I can’t refer one way or the other without having first-hand experience (disclaimer) but I would certainly give them a read.
  • American Foundation for Suicide Preventionyou are not alone!
  • Al-Anondoes someone you love struggle with alcohol?
  • (You Version)Bible & resources via app or web
  • Celebrate RecoveryChristian based recovery
  • Got Questions – website packed with answers to lots of biblical questions
  • National Alliance on Mental Illnessfind local chapters & resources
  • Resume Buildergetting back into the work force or know someone in recovery who can use some assistance doing so? These folks recently reached out to me because they have been kind enough to create and post some much needed (free) recommendations, tips & tools for returning to the work force for those in recovery. I can tell you firsthand that I’m grateful there were services through a local non-profit available to me – even early in sobriety – that allowed me to go back to school. There’s way more assistance today and this article would be a great place to start. Check out their resource article here.
  • SpurgeonBooks (Instagram) – Charles Spurgeon quotes & inspiring images & also, sign up for: “Pray With Spurgeon” devotional (I love this one!)
  • The Token Shoprecovery themed gifts & time markers

Please adopt, don’t shop (your local shelter is probably OVER-filled with sweet pets needing good homes too). PLEASE consider the shelters and rescues first.

AGN alum, Libby says, THANK YOU!

Various medical challenges sites that have helped loved ones & myself

*PLUS* There’s a newly added page to this site, specifically for those dealing with chronic illness, disability, and ostomy (commonly referred to as “Spoonies” in the chronic illness community). Articles and more will be anchored there (click here).

Music on this site (project date order)