Tempest

About this service

https://www.jointempest.com/

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Tempest is a digital recovery program that empowers you to quit drinking and live alcohol-free. Through our no-shame, label-optional approach, you’ll learn practical tools, explore expert-led lessons, and get guidance from our Care Team to build the kind of life you want.

In a study done in partnership with the University of Buffalo and Syracuse University, Tempest members reported a 50% reduction in their symptoms of Alcohol Use Disorder (problematic drinking) and a 25% reduction in the severity of anxiety and depression symptoms.

Pricing Information

Tempest offers a customizable annual membership plan, depending on the level of support you need.

Core Membership is $59/month, which includes a 7-day overview of our approach to recovery and treating addiction, as well as live workshops, lessons, and Q&As with expert instructors each week, support group calls moderated by our Recovery Coaches, a private online community, daily email affirmations, and new topics to explore each month.

Our clinically-proven Intensive is available to add on to Core Membership for a one-time payment of $399. Through the 4-week program, you’ll get an in-depth overview of evidence-based addiction treatment methods and discover new, healthy ways to cope without alcohol.

If you’re looking for even more personalized support, Tempest members have the option to sign up for Accountability Coaching. For $199, you’ll receive 4 sessions with a trauma-informed Recovery Coach to identify your goals and create a plan of action towards achieving them.

For more details on Tempest Membership, visit https://www.jointempest.com/membership

What People Are Saying

When I signed up for Tempest I was so scared. Scared that committing to a sobriety course was admitting that I was an alcoholic. And what if I couldn’t stop drinking? What if it didn’t work? Quitting drinking was HARD, one of the hardest things that I have ever done. What I learned through Tempest gave me the tools and knowledge that I needed to stop drinking but more importantly, I learned ways to get after my best life. I gained a deep understanding of the myriad complexities of addiction, regardless of the substance or behavior. Caitlin