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Sober Chat: World’s First Mobile App Dedicated to Addiction Recovery Set to Launch Soon

July 29, 2013

Sober Chat, an innovative mobile app providing tools and support for recovering alcoholics and addicts is soon to be available.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 29, 2013

The highly anticipated Sober Chat app is set to launch soon, and its creators are excited for the impact it will create for recovering alcoholics/addicts. Sober Chat allows alcoholics/addicts of all types to connect and share with one another through the use of their mobile device. As the app nears its release date, both alcoholics/addicts and recovery specialists are heralding it as an outstanding innovation for the difficult recovery process.

“Recovering alcoholics and addicts throughout the country have expressed excitement for what they’ll be able to achieve through the use of Sober Chat,” said the app’s creator. “We created an app based on the real-life struggles of alcoholics and addicts of all kinds, and integrated useful applications that provide a true resource for recovery.”

The creators of the app believe it will revolutionize the traditional recovery process by connecting recovering alcoholics/addicts on a national scale, through the use of technology. Sober Chat harnesses the power of social networking, by providing a platform for alcoholics/addicts of all kinds to connect and mobilize.

“With the release of Sober Chat, we’re providing a real opportunity for recovering alcoholics/addicts to build on the work they do during their 12-step program, and eliminate potential setbacks to recovery, by providing them with the ability to instantly connect, share and provide or receive support with others who are going through the same issues,” said Sober Chat’s creator.

Sober Chat has taken the importance of social media, and created a tool designed for use in conjunction with recovery programs. The app, which is the first of its kind, will be available for download in mobile application stores, including the iTunes store and Google Play.

Whether a user wants to remain anonymous, or wants to participate in a “Flash Meeting,” the app creates a user-friendly platform to connect with others. Users simply create a profile, and identification is provided through the use of individualized icons.

Addiction recovery continues to be a struggle for over 23 million people in the United States alone, and the buzz surrounding the release of Sober Chat brings the issue to the forefront.

Interested individuals can be the first to know when Sober Chat launches by visiting http://www.soberchatapp.com, and selecting the “early bird" link to be notified of the launch date.

About Sober Chat

Sober Chat is a mobile app designed for use by recovering alcoholics and addicts of all kinds. The app is downloadable on a variety of mobile devices, and yearly renewable memberships are available for an annual fee of $0.99. Sober Chat connects alcoholics/addicts to one another to create a system of social networking in order to reinforce the path to sobriety. It is not designed as a replacement for 12-step meetings or sponsorship, but is instead a tool to be used in conjunction with these activities to improve the chances for success.

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