Inspired by a mothers unwavering love, a strangers willingness to open up and share his recovery story, and determined to no longer be powerless to his disease, A.D.R's founder decided on April 16th, 2014 to replace the bottle with faith, food, music, and adventure. Coinciding with three years of recovery on April 16th, 2017 A.D.R crafted its first bracelet, a symbol of Hope, Encouragement, and Support, A Daily Reminder that recovery is possible in all forms. From our founders story, to our friends that we have met on our journey,  we understand what it means to be at rock bottom, that is why A.D.R believes in paying it forward, donating 50% of all orders to provide hope & aid to our communities' most at-risk and vulnerable citizens.

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A.D.R. is much more than a token to be worn; it is a lifestyle, A Daily Reminder that recovery is possible from alcoholism, drug addiction, disordered eating and eating disorders, cancer and other illnesses. A tribe recovering from the loss of a loved one, depression, being bullied, codependency, suicidal thoughts, and other mental illnesses. Together, we heal from physical, sexual and emotional abuse, self-harm, and self-judgment. We recover from toxic friendships, dysfunctional work environments, unhealthy relationships, and broken marriages. We are a tribe improving from yesterday, growing today, recovering for tomorrow.

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   Worn as a reminder that recovery is possible, purchased to be paid forward to offer hope for a member of our community.  

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"Once lost and hopeless, powerless to my disease, I was 25 years young when I hit rock bottom. Financially and mentally incapable of helping myself it was the generosity of a complete stranger in recovery that helped me regain back my life through proper treatment, support, friendship, and being an example that recovery is possible. I started A.D.R and the S.V. Foundation to help the individual's that are currently walking down the same path I once walked." - The Sober Voyager