The MAP Program

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

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

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Recent Recovery Blog Posts

26 Jan 2015

Science and Spirituality – The Rat Park Experiment, and the Missing Piece of the Equation.

    I am fascinated by some of the research being conducted on addiction these days. More and more work is being done by the medical and scientific communities to try and understand the physiological and psychological causes of addiction, which is leading to new and interesting approaches to the treatment of the disease. As a member of the 12 step recovery community, I realize that saying science may find a cure for addiction is

22 Jan 2015

Do Over – Making New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Keep

  Here we are, almost three weeks into the New Year. This is about the time when people begin to abandon their New Year’s resolutions; resolutions they didn’t really have the tools or spiritual power to keep in the first place. Every year we start out with the best of intentions, and every year we eventually fall back to our old ways. The explanations for this are myriad, but the reason is fairly straight-forward. A