Apps: Tools to Help Those in Recovery

Counseling, meetings and new hobbies are all great ways to help you during your recovery journey. Check out the following apps* for additional resources and tips. The following apps are all free and available to download on Apple and Android devices.
These apps should be used in addition to a professional treatment program. To get started with treatment, contact us today.   
 
Connections App
The Addiction Policy Forum teamed up with CHESS Health to launch Connections. According to their website, this app supports patients in recovery by reducing relapse and promoting pro-social engagement. 
Through the app, you can track your sobriety, message trained counselors, receive clinical support, and much more.
Learn how you can download the app.
 
IAmSoberApp
The IAmSoberApp is an ad-free motivational companion app that tracks sobriety (milestones, how much money saved and more).  In addition, the app reminds users to commit to staying sober through daily pledges, and allows them to document their activities throughout the day (making them aware of any possible triggers).
Download from Google Play  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thehungrywasp.iamsober&hl=en_US
Download from iTunes  https://itunes.apple.com/al/app/i-am-sober-sobriety-counter/id672904239?mt=8
 
Sober Grid
Sober Grid is an app that connects individuals in recovery. Its features include: a “Burning Desire” button, which someone can press to let friends on the app know when they‘re facing temptation and need help; a GPS locator that can connect you to nearby app users and more.
Download from Google Play  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sobergrid&hl=en
Download from iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sober-grid-sober-social-network/id912632260?mt=8
 
Sober Tool 
This app, developed by a certified alcohol and drug counselor, focuses on preventing a person in recovery from relapsing. Some of the materials the app includes are related to mindfulness training, 12 step practice, stress reduction techniques and more.
Download from Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.osu.cleanandsobertoolboxandroid&hl=en
Download from iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sobertool-alcoholism-addiction/id863872931?mt=8
 
Nomo – Sobriety Clocks 
This app, created by two people in recovery, tracks the number of days an individual has been sober. In addition, a person can track the money saved by not buying drugs, share milestones on Twitter and Facebook, and share their sober clock with others. The app also includes exercises to help refocus the person in recovery when he or she is feeling tempted.
Download from Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.parkerstech.day&hl=en
Download from iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nomo-sobriety-clocks/id566975787?mt=8
 
Sober Time – Sobriety Counter
Similar to “Nomo,” this app helps individuals in recovery track their sober days, see how much money they’ve saved by not buying drugs, share progress with others, and more. This app also offers daily motivational messages to its users.
Download from Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sociosoft.sobertime&hl=en
Download from iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sober-time-sobriety-counter/id1158895079?mt=8
 
*The inclusion of these links on this website does not constitute an official endorsement, guarantee, or approval by Drug Enforcement Administration.

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