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She shares one way people can stay committed to their recovery is through smartphone apps.
“While patients are in treatment at Rogers, we utilize daily meditations that can provide inspiration and hope for continuing a successful recovery,” says Dr. Maloney. “A lot of the addiction recovery apps provide a similar type of motivation. If a patient can start a routine while in treatment and be consistent with that routine when returning home, it can be extremely beneficial for their recovery journey.”
Dr. Maloney’s list of recommended apps include I Am Sober, Sober Grid, Pink Cloud, AA Meeting Guide, SMART Recovery, Recovery Elevator, and Daily Bread.
“Living in the digital age, people always have their phones with them, so these apps really provide a fast and simple way to incorporate recovery into their daily lives no matter where they are,” she adds. “Research also suggests that the more connections a person has to other people who are in recovery, the more likely they’ll stay in recovery, and apps can offer that type of instant community support.”
To learn more about these apps, visit our Addiction Recovery Apps to Support a Recovery Lifestyle webpage.
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