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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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Recent Recovery Blog Posts

lost in the snow A Fifth Step Experience30 Oct 2014

Lost in the Snow

    Many years ago, while driving on Interstate 70 through a mountain pass my young family and I were caught in a severe snow storm moving east. The snow was thick and deep. Having been raised in a snowy climate, I fancy myself a great driver in difficult conditions and am well-versed in the dos and don’ts of driving in inclement conditions. Therefore, I felt confident in continuing the journey. Unbeknownst to us at

5th step experience A Fifth Step Experience27 Oct 2014

A Fifth Step Experience

  The last time I got sober (yes, I’m a re-tread) I was anxious to get through the steps. My bottom had been so low that I was sure I would die soon if I didn’t stay sober. So I went to two meetings a day and made sure that I could meet with my sponsor twice a week. I thought I was pretty rigorous with my Fourth Step, and our Fifth Step conversation went