It’s been more than two months since Demi Lovato was hospitalized following her nearly fatal overdose in July, and the pop singer is "doing really well" and continuing on the road to recovery, according to her family.

In an interview with Millennial Hollywood, Lovato’s sister Madison De La Garza gave an update. "She's working really hard on her sobriety and we're all so incredibly proud of her. It's been crazy for our family. It's been a lot,” De La Garza said.

De La Garza’s comments mirror those of their mother Dianna, who revealed Demi was happy and healthy last month.

“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," the 16-year-old actress continued. "So, we've just been so thankful for everything—for the little things."

Demi’s overdose was reportedly caused by Oxycodone laced with fentanyl. Her mother later revealed the singer was found in an extremely critical condition. “We just didn't know for two days if she was going to make it or not,” Dianna said.

Lovato entered rehab in August, after calling off the rest of her world tour to recover. “What I've learned is that this illness is not something that disappears or fades with time,” she wrote in a message to her fans following the overdose. “It is something I must continue to overcome and have not done yet.”