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60 Remarkable Sobriety Gifts for Dad to Encourage Recovery

Show a deserving father how proud you are with sobriety gifts for dad. Sober gifts are a fabulous idea to encourage growth in recovery. This gift guide includes custom personalized gifts, t-shirts, and hoodies. Additionally, browse books, journals, recovery coffee mugs, and sobriety medallions. There is something for every sober dad on your list.

Personalized Sobriety Gifts for Dad

Personalized sobriety gifts for dads are a unique way to say I love you and how proud you are of him. These personalized treasures make incredible gifts and reminders of your sober dad’s badassery and how far he has come.

For example, this beautiful Engraved RFID Wallet allows you to customize it with a personal photo and sobriety anniversary. Also, it’s available in four colors; black, blue, dark brown, and light brown. 

Personalized Bracelet Sobriety Gifts for Dad

This stunning Personalized Link Bracelet is easily customized. Create a unique message of love. Additionally, engrave his clean-time date to remind him of his accomplishment. It has a blue and black two-toned stainless steel exterior. This bracelet will never fade, rust, stain, corrode, or cause your skin to turn green. Also, it’s nickel-free and hypoallergenic, making it perfect for all skin types.

Another wonderful sobriety gift is this Personalized Engraved Bracelet for men. Handmade with stainless steel and braided black leather. They feature an ID tag that is customizable for up to three lines. With 15 characters available to each line. Perfect for notating dad’s sobriety anniversary and the children’s birthdays. If you so choose. This Sober gift arrives in an elegant gift box and includes a warranty card. 

Alternatively, this sophisticated Cuban Curb Link Bracelet is entirely customizable. So you can engrave dad’s sober anniversary for a perfect but subtle reminder of his progress. Also, it’s composed entirely of lustrous 925 sterling silver and made in Italy.

Personalized Necklace Sobriety Gifts for Dad

These Personalized Custom Photo and Message Dog Tags are stainless steel; this necklace is available in color, black and white, and black on silver. Customize with a personal photo, message, and sobriety date to celebrate dad’s recovery. 

Personalized Ring Sobriety Gifts

Alternatively, this AA Stainless Steel Ring is the ideal jewelry reminder and is an entirely customizable band, and is available in sizes 7-11. It also includes free engraving to include the clean-time date. 

Similarly, this Engraved Tungsten Ring is available in sizes 6-16 and features a black and Koa wooden inlay. Customize it with dad’s sober birthday date.

Homemade Gifts for Dad

Sadly, this is the first year I cannot wish my dad a happy father’s day. Unfortunately, he passed away last fall. However, I can’t help but share his favorite gift, and that gift is time. He always said he could buy himself anything but more time with me. So every year, he appreciated having a daddy-daughter day—more than anything I could wrap up. Homemade cards and gift certificates were always a hit. Instead of choosing a dollar amount, gift an activity or service. Dad will love it. Mine did. 

Also, making coupons allows you to gift services and time. For example, what does dad want or need help with around the house? How about mowing the lawn or cleaning the gutters? Those chores are lovely additions to your homemade coupon book. Additionally, create coupons for movie nights and ice cream dates. Do you catch my drift? What would make your dad happy to discover in these coupons? Fill them in and give dad the gift of your time.

Alternatively, print out a photo album worth of good memories and create a family photo album highlighting those moments. It will be fun to reminisce together, and a beautiful keepsake. So grab a small book and fill it or a larger one to add more sober memories to later. If you express that sentiment, I think he will love to hear it.

Sobriety T-Shirts and Hoodies

There are hundreds of sobriety t-shirts and hoodies to celebrate recovery, but here’s a handful that explicitly encourages dad on his journey. These dad tees and sober hoodies are available in various sizes and colors. 

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Sober Keychain Gifts for Dad

Another way to congratulate dad with a small reminder is with sober keychain gifts. Tell dad how proud you are of one of these trinkets. Also, the first one is completely customizable to include dad’s sobriety anniversary for the best keychain gift.

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Coffee Sobriety Gifts for Dads

Does your dad love coffee? Mine drank it strong, black, and every day of his adult life. So here are a few sober dad coffee mugs for java-loving papas like mine. The last one is completely customizable. Add dad’s name and sobriety anniversary date.

Baseball Cap Sobriety Gifts for Dad

If your father enjoys baseball caps, check out this small collection of sobriety hats for dads.

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Sober Books and Journals for Dad

Reading books about recovery is helpful in letting dad know that he is not alone. So here are a few sober favorites to encourage his path.

Additionally, journaling is a healthy way to process emotions and document his sober journey. Here are two sober journals for the perfect recovery gift.

Alcoholic Anonymous

Does your dad already have AA’s The Big Book? Did you know there is a super cool cover that even holds a recovery medallion? It comes in four colors and is faux leather. If dad rocks with pink, it is available in baby girl pink. Check it out below.

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Sobriety Medallion Gifts for Sober Dads

Dads in 12-Step programs including Alcoholics Anonymous receive sober coins for their clean-time. So another classic way to encourage dad’s recovery is with sobriety medallions or an aa chip. Here is a small collection of recovery coins to encourage him to stay strong. They are customizable so you can celebrate 30 days or 30 years of recovery.

Customize w/ Image and Sobriety Anniversary Date

There are dozens of camouflage recovery coins for veterans to celebrate recovery with. Also, these veteran recovery medallions are a great gift idea to acknowledge a sobriety anniversary.

AA Keychain for AA Chip Holders

Don’t forget to get dad a keychain sober chip holder so that he can proudly display (and secure) his medallions.

Alternatively, there are sobriety anniversary medallion holders, so he can display them in the home or his man cave.

Unique Sobriety Gifts for Dad

These unique sobriety gifts for dads are awesome finds if they match your dad’s personality and style. The Celebrate Recovery 365 Daily Devotional is the ideal gift for Christian dads in sober recovery. It includes scriptures and brief daily encouragement for dad’s sobriety.

Dad always needs socks. So, celebrate dad’s recovery with 2 Pairs of Sobriety Anniversary Socks. They’re available in one, two, and three-year sobriety anniversary selections. 

Does dad love the F-word? Check out this One Day at a Fucking Time sobriety throw pillow for dad’s favorite recliner.

Does dad need some inspirational art for his bedroom or office? This Recovery Canvas Wall Art is a four-panel recovery gift to remind him that the road in front of him is recovery.

This Dark Moon One Day at A Time AA Card Is a cool sober recovery gift for Pink-Floyd-loving dads. It fits nicely on display or in his wallet and is available for 1-50 years of acknowledgment of his sobriety anniversary.

One of the coolest sobriety gifts for dad is these morse code bracelets.

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Sobriety Gifts for Dad Thinking Outside the Box

Is your dad not overly interested in advertising his addiction recovery, but you want to acknowledge his sober birthday? Then there are a few cool ideas that dad will love. Sometimes the best gifts don’t come in a box.

  • Make dad a list of all the reasons you’re proud of him for his recovery.
  • Go to a meeting (AA NA) with him and share remarkable stories about how his life in recovery has also changed your life.
  • Host a sober people backyard BBQ in the sun and invite dad’s best friend to help with the grilling. Sober slip and slide?
  • Take dad on a road trip through memory lane and visit his childhood feel-good spots. Or travel to a new destination and make new sober memories.
  • Make dad his favorite dinner and dessert for his sobriety anniversary.

That concludes this best list of sobriety gifts for dad. Did you find a cool recovery gift on this list? I hope so and remember it doesn’t need to be father’s day to celebrate your dad. As someone who recently lost hers, I need you to know that truth. Spoil dad sometimes, especially when he is a badass in recovery. It’s the hardest thing he ever had to do, and he did it. Celebrate it. Thanks for reading. Also, would you hit that social share button for me? Those honestly make my entire day.

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Elizabeth Ervin is the owner of Sober Healing. She is studying to become a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor and Recovery Coach. She studied Biblical Studies and Early Childhood Education in College and has been in opioid recovery since 09-27-2013.

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26 Comments

  1. Fantastic ideas! I think it’s so important to honor the commitment it takes to overcome addiction every single day. I can’t think of a better way to do that than with a special gift that celebrates both fathers and their sobriety journey.

  2. Wow, there are so many nice choices on your list. I do like the bracelets as well as the mugs. These are great ways to cheer dads for their progress.

    1. Thank you! These sobriety gifts for dad are meant to cheer them on! The bracelets are very cool reminders.

  3. Fantastic products for sober fathers here. My father doesn’t drink, so when people recommend gin or whiskey for fathers day gifts, it’s no good to me.

  4. That’s a huge list of options. I would like to gift a personalized bracelet to my dad.

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