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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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  When I came into AA the spiritual life was dead for me. I was raised in a Bible-believing, somewhat fundamentalist family whose attendance at church three times a week was mandatory. My years of alcohol-induced misadventures and escapades led me to abandon all belief that the God of that tradition had anything for me. The conscious contact with the God of my Fathers had been irretrievably broken. I had tried sobriety through His guidance

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Should Recovery Include Abstaining From Nicotine?

  A couple of summers ago, I had the great opportunity to travel to Ghana, Africa for the first time. The purpose of the trip was to provide support to the new and upcoming recovery communities in Accra and the surrounding areas. I went with a group of young people in recovery who were part of the Collegiate Recovery Community that I direct at Texas Tech University.   In preparation for our travels, our group