Best Addiction Recovery Apps of 2023
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Author: Randi Sprintis
Reviewer: Ben Troy
Primary Changes: List of recommendations has been updated to showcase newer addiction recovery apps, including costs, pros and cons, and how to sign up. Updated images include screenshots of each app’s key features.
Author: Melissa Boudin
Reviewer: Dena Westphalen