This content has been created for you who are on a journey to recovery. It is great that you have the courage to walk this path! The first step is often the hardest, so let us take it together.

Imagine a hiking trail in the nature. It can consist of flat duckboards in swamps or dirt roads in beautiful meadow landscapes, but also rocky, steep and winding paths in difficult terrain and dense forest.

At times, the journey progresses slowly. Mosquitoes, thickets and boggy clusters of grass can be a nuisance. Sometimes you have to backtrack a little and head in a new direction.

A recovery journey can resemble hiking in varying terrain and weather conditions. Sometimes the going is easy and effortless, at other times painfully exhausting and slow. However, you are on your way and make progress at your own pace. This is your journey.

You can move forward on the path using the image carousel below or the arrow keys at the bottom of the page.