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(viewing 1 - 5 of 5)Twenty-Four Hours a Day
Features all 366 daily meditations from the classic best-selling meditation book for people in recovery from addiction. At the touch of a fingertip, Twenty-Four Hours a Day becomes your companion, making it easy to focus on your sobriety wherever you are. Practicing the Twelve Steps has never been more accessible.
12 Steps AA Companion
A sobriety tool available for members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Includes a Big Book reader, search tool, sobriety calculator, notes, AA contacts database and more.
Cost: 1.99 Android, 2.99 iOS
Step Away is designed to help you become more aware of your drinking patterns and triggers, set an overall drinking objective (to either stop drinking OR moderate your drinking) as well as smaller intermediate goals to help you succeed in stages, and reward yourself when you meet your goals, stay in control when you are feeling tempted to drink by providing immediately available tools, learn new and helpful strategies for dealing with cravings, bad moods and boredom, and keep you on track during your personally defined ?high risk times? for drinking.
Meeting Finder is a comprehensive and easy to use 12-step program meeting search tool. Features include: - Find meetings across the U.S. in seconds. - Covers the top 12-Step recovery programs like Alcoholics Anonymous - Use your current location or search by city or zip code. - Find the meeting you want. E.g. open/closed, men/women only, etc. - Add meetings to iCal. - Map meetings and get directions. - Share meetings with others via text or email.
Alcohol, smoking or Internet addiction, no matter what type of addiction you are fighting against, ImQuit will give you a powerful weapon. It can trace your process and give you a picture, you can also compare with your history record and share your success with your friends. Quit addiction is not easy, but ImQuit will help you get through it with less pain and more fun.