MAP Recovery Support provides post-treatment recovery support to addicts, alcoholics and their families. The phone and web-based support services can make the difference between relapse and long-term sobriety for the addict, and enable family members to find a network of support as they learn to recover themselves.

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The MAP Program provides much-needed support to addicts and alcoholics during the first year of their recovery. This additional support can make the difference between relapse and long-term sobriety.

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MAP Family Support connects family members of addict/alcoholics in supportive, private online groups. Finding others who share and understand your situation makes all the difference.

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The first year of sobriety is challenging for both the addict and their loved ones

MAP Recovery Support is the industry leader in relapse prevention. MAP works with addicts and their families to help them navigate early recovery and achieve lasting sobriety.

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Recent Recovery Blog Posts

honesty Powerless23 Apr 2014

Honesty is the key

In the beginning of my sobriety, rigorous honesty was the only thing I seemed able to do. I was terrified of going back to the life I was living. I was so broken and lost and being honest somehow made me feel grounded and tethered to reality since I had, for so long, lived in my own chaotic world far from Reality. Even if telling the truth made me appear “weak” or “unstable”, I was

powerless Powerless21 Apr 2014

Powerless

I thought we could go back to basics with this post and talk a little about "powerlessness." Most of us know Step One. "We admitted we were powerless over alcohol and our lives have become unmanageable." How many of us actually work a First Step? The idea of "powerless" can be frightening and overwhelming. So let's take it slow. Really slow, about 58mph behind a car in the left lane where the posted speed limit