On Oct. 26, Demi Lovato‘s mom, Dianna De La Garza, confirmed that her daughter is officially 90 days sober following the pop star’s near-fatal overdose in July. 

“Yes, she has 90 days,” Dianna, 56, revealed during her appearance on Conversations With Maria Menounos. “And I couldn’t be more thankful or more proud of her because addiction being a disease, it’s work.”

Earlier in the month, Demi’s younger sister, Madison De La Garza, also spoke on the singer’s recovery. “Demi’s doing, she’s doing really well,” the 16-year-old said on Millennial Hollywood with Dakota T. Jones. “She’s working really hard on her sobriety and we’re all so incredibly proud of her.”

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From left to right: Patrick Lovato, Demi Lovato, Dallas Lovato, Madison De La Garza, and Dianna De La Garza.

She added that it hasn’t been an easy journey for her family, though. “It’s been crazy for our family. It’s been a lot,” Madison said. “We’ve been through a lot together and every single time, I mean if you read my mom’s book you would know… every time we go through something, we always come out on the other side a hundred times stronger than before. And so we’ve just been… we’ve been so thankful for everything — for the little things.”

In addition to the endless support from her family, sources have also disclosed that Demi’s ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama has been there for her every step of the way. So much so, that the 38-year-old has made several trips to an undisclosed in-patient rehabilitation center where Demi is currently receiving treatment, a source previously revealed to Life & Style

“Demi practically burst into tears when Wilmer offered to fly out,” the source said. “It’s his support that’s been helping her get back on track — just like he’s helped her to do in the past,” they added. 

We’re so happy to hear that Demi is doing well. Stay strong, girl! We’re all rooting for you.

If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).