You’re never alone.
Quit drinking with Sober Sidekick, a sobriety and recovery app for those who are struggling with addiction or are in recovery from alcohol or drugs. Sober community members are here for you - receive guidance and support during this critical time.
Alcohol addiction is fed in isolation; immerse yourself in an understanding, judgement-free social network of users who are on the path to recovery too. Stop drinking, take the first step and remember, you’re not alone in this. Quit drinking or using drugs - start your addiction recovery journey.
Days sober from alcohol and drugs can be tracked with our Sobriety Tracker feature. Get sober - our sobriety counter helps you count the days clean and accomplish goals: one day, 30 days, 60 days and more.
Sober social network features within the app will help you create your support system. Sober time, recovery struggles and wins can be shared in anonymous posts. Receive and lend support through comments or empathy badges (likes) and even message users directly. Recovery relies heavily on community; connect with a supportive, ego-free social network.
Recovery resources are offered in the app: have a direct line to 24/7 AA and NA meetings, motivational content and blogs to give you encouragement and a sober social network that all has the same goal - to quit addiction and seek recovery.
Stop drinking alcohol and join Sober Sidekick today, where users have access to recovery resources and support.
SOBER SIDEKICK FEATURES:
- Recovery isn’t easy; connect with accountability partners to stay on track with sobriety goals
- Quit drinking and receive help: support is available every time you reach out, guaranteed!
- Sobriety app gives you everything you need to keep moving forward
- Days sober can be tracked (days, weeks, months & years)
- Sobriety counter helps you track days clean
- Sober time: track and hit milestones, then celebrate!
Sober Social Network:
- Sober stories: share social media posts, comments, and empathy badges (likes)
- Declare “I am sober” to the world, even if it’s anonymously
- Sober posts are anonymous, so you can keep your identity private
- Sober social network available through direct messaging feature
- Addiction Counselors are available when you need help
- AA meetings and NA meetings via Zoom 24/7
- Sober perspectives and support available through motivational content and blogs
- Alcohol Treatment options, IOP treatments, Outpatient Programs, Substance Abuse Programs, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Dharma Recovery and more - unlock motivations and find what works for you!
Join a sober community to receive the support you need to get sober and stay that way.