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Apps for Recovery from Addiction: Connecting with Sobriety Apps for Recovery from Addiction: Connecting with Sobriety
Apr 21,2017 Author: Kate Mills

We live in a world where we are constantly connected. With the advent of new technologies, new resources for addiction recovery have also become available. Find below a list of apps that can support your recovery—whether in direct reference to your sobriety, or via a supplement to group programming such as yoga, meditation, or nutritional planning.

  1. nomo Sobriety Clocks

With a simple interface and beautiful design, nomo Sobriety Clocks is the perfect app to track your sobriety time. Besides simply keeping track of time, the app will also log money saved, and provides the option to share your clock with others.

Learn more about the app here: http://meetnomo.com/index.html.

Download it from the iTunes store here.

  1. Twelve Steps Companion App

A comprehensive resource for those following a 12-step program, the Companion app features a variety of interactive tools. The app contains a sobriety calculator, in addition to daily motivations and a virtual version of the Big Book.

Download from the iTunes store here.

Also available for Android here.

  1. Yoga Studio

If you are looking for an at-home or on-the-go resource to supplement your yoga practice, look no further. This tool features easy-to-follow videos for all levels, and is a great resource to have to check in with one’s self at the end of a stressful day.

Download from the iTunes store here.

Also available for Android here.

  1. Meditation Timer

Meditation Timer provides guidance for a productive session of meditation. Users can view a slideshow of photos, use sound to accompany their meditation (or not), and customize sessions to include prep and cool down time.

Download from the iTunes store here.

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