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Janus of Santa Cruz for Android

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Key Details of Janus of Santa Cruz

  • Janus of Santa Cruz Lighthouse Resource and Recovery App provides viable resources and recovery tools at the end of your fingertips.
  • Last updated on August 18, 2020
  • There have been 4 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


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Developer's Description

Janus of Santa Cruz Lighthouse Resource and Recovery App provides viable resources and recovery tools at the end of your fingertips.

Janus of Santa Cruz Lighthouse Resource and Recovery App provides viable resources and recovery tools at the end of your fingertips. Recovery education, social support and community resources for the Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties. App users can navigate the app with ease, accessing various groups, meditations, affirmations, educational and wellness checklists. They can access meeting schedules for alcoholics anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (AA), Refuge Recovery, Celebrate Recovery, Al-anon and many more. They can seek sponsorship or be a sponsor and acquire real time information on support groups in their local area. There is a daily scheduler, a journal and over 200 community resources. The app provides information on local agencies presented, contact information and real time maps to these agencies. They can call or email these contacts directly through the app for services. There is also a social media platform for Janus of Santa Cruz alumni to stay connected, as well as local news and recovery events happening in the area. This will help recovering participants stay informed, provide them with additional support and is anticipated to reduce relapse. The app also includes recovery video such as cognitive behavioral therapy groups, relapse prevention, 3 principles and many more. The app allows persons in recovery to access additional support as they walk through the most vulnerable stage of their recovery.


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