About 2018-07-08T06:06:03+00:00

Shop Recovery Stuff owner, Marti McLeod and her husband, Mark in the flagship Y’all design. Mark is wearing the classic fit in Heather Gray and Marti is wearing the Jr. fit V in Heathered Navy.

Thank you for visiting Shop Recovery Stuff!  Shop Recovery Stuff was actually born years ago, out my husband’s and my commitment to reach our son, who was in active addiction.  Loving and supporting a person in active addiction is hard.  My husband and I firmly believed if we weren’t telling our son that addiction wasn’t who he was, who would?

We had a mantra that we shared with our son every chance we got:

“Addiction is not who you are.”

Our goal was to put a crack in the wall that addiction builds around its victims- our son, your son, daughters, family members, friends.

I couldn’t find a card to send to our son when he was in rehab so, I designed a card!  Then I designed another card, and another.  If you would have told me 10 years ago, “Marti, you’re going to design addiction Recovery items” I would have laughed out loud!  As I grew in my own Recovery as a family member of a person with SUD (Substance Use Disorder), it became my passion and calling to help people live Recovery out loud with a positive and constructive representation of self-association to Recovery.  Even though I’ve been designing addiction Recovery items for years, from that first card for my son in rehab, to large organizations and fellowships, I felt moved in early 2017 to design Recovery items in a broader format that would expand the reach to the Recovery community as a whole.  It’s never been more important that the Recovery community have the opportunity to positively relate and share Recovery.

I create every design, giving great thought to the item as a whole, as well as the message.  I am mindful that Shop Recovery Stuff designs be a positive representation of Recovery- created with the victory of Recovery in mind, while serving a dual purpose to speak to those still suffering.  It’s my goal that Shop Recovery Stuff speaks volumes without saying a word- lessening the stigma of addiction, opening doors to for people to reach out or connect, and share the hope that addiction is not who we are and Recovery is Real.