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“Since January 2016, I have participated in Café RE.  I started by listening to the Recovery Elevator podcast as I was reaching out for new tools to support a sober lifestyle.  This group has made a world of difference to me.  I have struggled with alcohol addiction off and on since 14 years old.  I have had varying lengths of sobriety over the years through AA, but in the past 10 or so years, I found myself slipping deeper into daily drinking and further away from recovery.”


“Thank you so much Cafe RE and Recovery Elevator for helping me get to 184 days of sobriety. I don’t think without this group it would have happened. The community has been there to help me through the ups and downs and have been a huge part of my recovery portfolio. I loved the in person meet-up in San Francisco and look forward to more of them.”


“Since discovering Recovery Elevator, I have come to rely on it as an important piece of my personal recovery program.
I rely on the community as a great place for me to share stories, strategies, challenges and successes. The support I find in the community is refreshing and is a great place to stay accountable to my program while helping others with their accountability.The convenience of the podcast and online community is also key for me.”

Café RE – The private online community

Café Recovery Elevator is a private unsearchable online community of like minded individuals working together to stay sober and accountable. Quitting drinking is tough on your own, so do yourself a favor and surround yourself by other like minded individuals who also want to quit drinking and maintain a happy, healthy lifestyle.

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Millions of people worry that drinking is affecting their health, yet are unwilling to seek change because of the misery and stigma associated with alcoholism and recovery. They fear drinking less will be boring, involving deprivation, difficulty and significant lifestyle changes.

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The Painting and The Piano

The Painting and The Piano is an improbable story of survival and love. The childhoods of Johnny and Adrianne couldn’t have been more different. Not only were they born more than one-thousand miles apart, but the cultural and financial contrasts between their respective childhoods are equally as stark.

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Beyond the Influence

Alcoholism is a disease. It’s time we started treating it like one. Science has offered undisputed proof that alcoholism is a disease rather than a weakness of character, yet millions of alcoholics continue to suffer due to inappropriate treatment.  Now the co-author of the modern classic Under the Influence has teamed up with prominent alcoholism experts to provide new answers to this national epidemic.

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The Girl on the Train

The #1 New York Times Bestseller, USA Today Book of the Year, now a major motion picture starring Emily Blunt. The debut psychological thriller that will forever change the way you look at other people’s lives. “Nothing is more addicting than The Girl on the Train.”—Vanity Fair

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Choices: Taking Control of Your Life and Making It Matter

From the New York Times bestselling author of Codependent No More, The Language of Letting Go, Finding Your Way Home, Journey to the Heart, and Stop Being Mean to Yourself, comes Choices: powerful wisdom and insight about how to make the best choices in our lives from the author who revolutionized how we look at relationships.

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Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction

Bestselling author and renowned Buddhist teacher Noah Levine adapts the Buddha’s Four Noble Truths and Eight Fold Path into a proven and systematic approach to recovery from alcohol and drug addiction—an indispensable alternative to the 12-step program. While many desperately need the help of the 12-step recovery program, the traditional AA model’s focus on an external higher power can alienate people who don’t connect with its religious tenets.

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