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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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Treatment Providers

Add a proven post-treatment recovery support program to your treatment plan. Improve your outcomes and measure your success with robust data on all aspects of your program, your facility and your alumni.

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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

26 Mar 2015

Common Language

  I am fascinated by some of the brain research being done on addiction, its causes and possible treatments. I see fascinating correlations between what science is discovering and my own experiences with both active addiction and recovery. It pains me that there is not more communication between the scientific community studying the disease and the recovery community.   There are two basic schools of thought about addiction and its treatment: science sees it as

23 Mar 2015

Getting Sober Young

  I got sober in my early 20s. Getting sober young is becoming more common, and that is wonderful, but I sure didn’t think so when it happened to me. I had a lot of issues with getting sober at a young age. I now see that they were reservations.   I want to address each reservation in hope that it can lead to a discussion about where the problems truly lie.   “Being sober