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At Now Sober, we are dedicated to providing quality service. For additional information or questions, please contact us via telephone or email.
Now Sober Knows Perfection Isn’t Possible
But we strive to make your experience with us a splendid one
- Real humans answer all our calls and write all our emails.
- We are committed to customer satisfaction.
- Our goal is to provide prompt and detailed care.
- We work hard to research and verify the products you are looking for.
Please feel free to contact us. We want to do everything we can to make it right for you.
If you decide the product you purchased from Now Sober Life isn’t right for you, you have the right to return most products within 30 days after the post marked delivery date. Returns must be in as-new damage and stain-free condition. Refunds will be issued via the method the purchase was made or as store credit if preferred. Shipping for returns is the responsibility of the customer in the case of buyer’s remorse. Defective products can be returned with a full refund (shipping included). Refunds are not available for purchases shipped outside the United States. If you need to return a product, please contact us via email to begin the process.
We accept payments via PayPal and Stripe, allowing you to process your payment using a major credit card such as MasterCard and Visa. When you make a purchase, Now Sober will not get access to your credit card information.
Promotions and DIscounts
Now Sober occasionally offers promotions and discounts using promotion codes. If this is your first purchase, please feel free to use promotion code FIRST10 at checkout for a 10% discount. Only one discount code is available per purchase. Some promotions may have expiration dates.
If your sobriety anniversary year isn’t listed in our catalog or you would prefer a different numeral type, we can fix that for you. Just send us an email letting us know, so we can make that available.
If you have an idea for a tee-shirt design or want more personalization, contact us. We are open to suggestions, including for large orders for sober events and organizations.
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Wearable motivation is only a small part of what we do. The purchases you make through this website support and promote our efforts to help people break free from drug and alcohol dependency. Our Now Sober Coaching and the Now Sober Academy provide courses and guidance to people struggling with addiction and the loved ones who struggle with them.
We are so committed to our goal that we would gladly do it for free. Unfortunately, we have to pay our bills. This includes the costs needed to get the message to people who can benefit from what we offer. Purchases made here help us do that.
How You Can Help
We have collaborated with the Mobile Drug and Education Counsel to provide scholarships making our programs affordable for people in need of our services. If you would like to make a tax-deductable donation dedicated specifically towards scholarships for Now Sober Academy, contact us and we will get you connected with our scholarship program.
Join us on Social Media
Getting the word out takes work, and we make every effort to do that work. You can help by joining us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, and YouTube. Every share, like, or comment you make raises our relevance in the algorithm and gets our message in front of people who need to hear it. Your clicks can make a big difference.
Back Porch Chats Podcast
What we do today started years ago with our own trauma and addictions. From that came a desire to normalize the difficult discussions around addiction. We know that these conversations can destigmatize the problem and encourage people to get help. If you have a story to tell or a problem you can solve in this area, let us know, so we can get you on the podcast.
With over 28 years in recovery from addiction, Vince has worked with countless people bound to addictions of all types including drugs, alcohol, sex, and codependency. He has brought self awareness to both people who struggle with drugs and the families who struggle with them. Today, he shares his expertise outside of his small community to anyone who needs it.
After earning her degree to teach college English and composition, Jeanna found herself still feeling unfulfilled. She spent her 40’s filling the void with alcohol. After her son’s death in 2018, something inside her shifted prompting her to get sober. From this came the realization that she had the skills, experience, and a calling to help people recover from addiction.