Big congratulations go out to The Situation today!
The formerly troubled Jersey Shore star announced this week that he's officially been sober for four years.
Sorrentino battled addiction throughout his twenties, and he star eventually hit rock bottom in a big way.
Mike was released from prison earlier this year after serving eight months on tax evasion charges.
So last holiday season, The Sitch was preparing to turn himself over to the authorities and begin serving his sentence.
This year, he's living his preparing to spend Christmas at home with his wife and family -- and he's expressing his gratitude by giving back to those in need.
Mike posted the photo above on his Instagram page this week.
“I am grateful to be four years clean and sober, being my best self and living my best life,” he captioned the pic.
“You are an inspiration honey, so proud to call you my husband,” Sorrentino's wife, Lauren, commented on the photo.
Throughout his sobriety journey, Mike has been remarkably candid about his struggles and his reasons for getting clean.
“The comeback is truly greater than the setback,” he told Us Weekly last year.
“I am showing my friends, family and fans by example that your current situation is not your final destination and to never give up on yourself.”
Sorrentino has been clean since 2015 when he checked into a rehab facility in order to seek treatment for addictions to a variety of prescription medications including Xanax and oxycodone.
At the time, he revealed that he also abused alcohol and cocaine for several years while starring on Shore.
In the years since he sobered up, Mike has committed himself to helping others who are struggling with addiction.
In January of 2019, Mike's Jersey Shore co-star Ronnie Magro got sober, and he says he wouldn't have been able to do so without Sorrentino's guidance.
This week, Mike announced that he'll continue his efforts to pay it forward by fully funding 30 days of treatment for a fellow addict.
The scholarship will allow someone who is battling substance abuse issues to check into the Banyan Treatment Centers in Pompano Beach, Florida free of charge.
Mike may have gone through hell to get to where he is today, but as he's so fond of saying, a smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.