Columbus Sole Survivors is a nonprofit walking and running group dedicated to supporting women who are battling and recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
Columbus Sole Survivors was founded to help women maintain sobriety and
take back control of their life.
The power of a supportive community helps build relationships and boosts confidence. We don't focus on your past; we focus on your now and help support your goals.
Exercise releases endorphins and dopamine, which makes you feel happy and improves your mood. Running is also proven to reduce depression, maintain sobriety and increase your sense of achievement and self-esteem.
Staying active by consistently walking or running can help you maintain a healthy weight, increase stamina, build strong bones, strengthen muscles and improve hearth health. It also boosts your immune system which helps combat early stages of diseases.