All is not total abstinence –  

MAY 29, 2019 – Tempest’s mission is to be a digital recovery solution for people who don’t identify as addicted or alcoholics, or for those who do and don’t want to use traditional methods of getting sober. It offers an eight-week digital course that promotes a modern outlook on what it means to give up alcohol, and it provides a tailored mix of services built around a person’s individual needs. And while it’s open to everyone, it’s designed with women and minority groups, such as the LGBTQ+ community, in mind. “Besides Women for Sobriety, every single recovery system was created in the image of men, by men, for men,” says Whitaker. “We built Tempest for individuals that have been historically underrepresented or oppressed in our society, and with the assumption that you don’t have male privilege or need to be broken down. We assume you need to be built up.”

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