Sustaining a healthy lifestyle and refraining from alcohol or drug use once you complete treatment requires a solid commitment and a strong recovery support network. To help you move forward with your life free of alcohol or drug abuse, Gateway encourages all Alumni to participate in alcohol or drug-related support groups and take advantage of opportunities to socialize at Alumni gatherings.
Find a Recovery Group in your community for Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Cocaine Anonymous (CA).
There are many mobile apps out there dedicated to recovery support available for your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android. Get an instant uplifting message when you need it! Or find a meeting whenever and wherever you are! Here are some of our favorite Recovery apps:
This app, based on the recovery mainstay Twenty-Four Hours a Day, features the complete collection of thoughts, meditations, and prayers from the popular meditation book used daily by millions of people around the world.
Written by best-selling author Karen Casey, this app for women is based on the popular meditation book of the same name and will bring out the feminine courage, spirit, wisdom and wit that make every day count.
Afternoon Affirmations sends you a message each day with an affirmation to help calm the soul. This notification happens each day at 1p.m. There will be a new affirmation in the app each day, and you can turn the reminder off in the settings if you wish.
OneRecovery Meeting Finder, the 12-Step Program meeting search tool, is comprehensive and easy to use!
For the other 23 hours that you are not in a meeting. **Anonymity Statement: InTheRooms is a completely safe and secure, private network of people in recovery.
Steps Away - You can now add and edit meeting information directly from the app! No more middle-men. Your Meetings. Your updates. Instantly!
12 Steps AA Companion: The original sobriety tool! Includes a Big Book reader, sobriety calculator, notes, AA contacts database and more. $2.99.
Recovery Record: For managing an eating disorders addiction. Keep a record of meals, food exchanges, thoughts and feelings. Free.
NA Recovery Literature: 12 steps, 12 traditions, 12 concepts and group readings. Free.