Daily Inventory For Recovery Worksheet

Video & audio overview of the worksheet

What is the theory behind the worksheet?

Recovery from addiction is an active process. There are different programs that you may be using such as the 12 Step Program from Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. These programs highlight the importance of the mindset – just for today – to ensure that you are not overwhelmed by the daunting task ahead.

By ensuring you are reflecting on each day, you are supporting yourself step by step toward recovery.

How will the worksheet help?

This worksheet centers around the just for today motto and enables you to plan the day ahead. This planning will ensure that you are not caught unaware or without a coping strategy throughout the day.

This reflective thought and assertive planning will help you build your resilience and routine to support your sobriety.

How to use the worksheet?

You can complete this worksheet in the morning before you start your day, or the night before if you find mornings are rushed.

Think about one day at a time and provide yourself with detailed strategies and techniques that you can use to support yourself when things are difficult. Use this worksheet as a pre-emptive tool to make sure you feel confident for the day.

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References

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Narcotics Anonymous. (1983). Living The Program. https://na.org/admin/include/spaw2/uploads/pdf/litfiles/us_english/IP/EN3109.pdf