Slow, Measured Movement



It has been a while but still I stand.  In recovery we sometimes get over confident or lax which can be problematic. Stand Tall Recovery Services and Bernard Zeitler is moving slowly and making  Measured Movement.

As I look at what has been done and what still needs to be done, I consider the value of the process. Stand Tall Recovery Services encourages people to come and explore the web site. To use the free services and to help make it a part of daily practice to follow the Recovery Journey.

At Stand Tall Recovery Services you will find helpful resources:

The home page is a place where videos and a free email subscription is found.  You will see a link to the ‘dream’ page which describes the concept of Treatment for all (Family as well as the addict) for free. Help make the dream a reality by checking it out.


The About page is where you will find information on the founder and the company. Here you will find State by state information on Gambling, articles and books written by Bernard Zeitler

The Contact page includes not only ways to contact Stand Tall Recovery Services but also more resource links. Below it is where special announcements and testimonials can be found.

The Resources page has links for different places to get help, find a meeting and read more about addiction. It also has areas below it for resources that are free and a store link (which may change over time).

The Services page includes Free services, Books, Events and Research information.


I challenge people to take advantage of what is available there and to share messages with me about what you would like to see in the future!  I also encourage you to Get Involved!

It is time To Make Treatment Real!



Stand Tall Recovery Services is launching a funding campaign to make treatment a reality for addicts and those who love them to get the help they need.   As the founder of Stand Tall Recovery services, I reach out to everyone who reads this to consider becoming a part of the process.  At the end of this post is a link to the funding page but there is more needed than just money.

I need volunteers to be a part of the board that oversees it. If you are interested in being a member of this board please email me with a short explanation of why you would like to be a part of this board at   An ideal member of this board would be:

  1. A person in recovery who desires to see others achieve ‘sobriety’.
  2. A person who is a loved one of an addict either in recovery or not who wants to see people get better.
  3. A professional who serves a population at risk , addicted or in recovery.
  4. A person who has a strong desire to see people get help for their addictions.


Stage 1 Campaign