Designed for accountability, recoveryBox is an iOS app toolset that facilitates tracking of daily life activities by easily breaking them down into your "lights". Breaking habits requires knowing why we do what we do, when do we do it and coming up with goals to break unhealthy behaviors. recoveryBox has the tools needed to help with addiction recovery.
recoveryBox is designed to work with any addiction: drugs, gambling, pornography, alcohol and more!!
Sobriety Anniversaries are an important part of recovery. Don't let the addiction take the celebration out of recovery. Using recoveryBox, track one or more addictions and their anniversary dates. Add a motivating picture to get you through the hard time. See how to set it all up.
Being accountable to someone is key to recovery for an addiction/habit, hurt or hang-up. Accountability could be a sponsor, accountability partner, or even a counselor that you meet with.
recoveryBox makes this simple and flexible/customizable. You decide what to include in the communication text/email by setting your preferences. Even set a daily/weekly reminder to send this off.
While developing this with counselors, it was decided that this feature should be initiated by the person using recoveryBox. Why? When users initiate accountability, compliance and ownership of recovery increases tremendously.
See how EASY it is to be accountable! Truly! It is that easy!
The power of recoveryBox, the addiction recovery toolset, is being able to understand our habits. If we are being diligent about what we are doing and being accountable, it will become obvious that are making progress by seeing your yellow/red lights diminish while the number of green lights (which are new healthy habits) continue to grow.
By looking at our new visual chart it's easy to see - wait, yellow lights always occur on Friday nights but only on weeks where (and you fill in the blank); or I see I'm not really tracking my lights on Wednesdays I see.
While it might sound obvious that we should know this already, it's often not. Those living in recovery for an addiction are usually living day by day and often hour by hour. So being able to see what's going on visually is an important part of the recovery process.
Here is what one reviewer wrote recently when recoveryBox 5.0 came out.
Better and Better
I appreciate that there is constant improvement on an already powerful and helpful app. You are always responding to feedback and making things better. Thanks for s great app.
We are listening and welcome all feedback. We want to make sure recoveryBox is not just another app - but an important tool as part of your recovery journey to living a life of freedom. Download it today!
Amid making changes for iOS8 we were working on our new How-To video series that will incorporate all the new features we added into recoveryBox. The entire series is coming soon! Here is a sneak peek of working with triggers in recoveryBox.
Hi all, I have made changes to the Blog and Devotional Blog for recoveryBox so that I can get the age restrictions for recoveryBox 17+ removed in the Apple Store. Truly this is my error and I apologize.
If you find that your recoveryBox app suddenly disappears from your device or you can't download from the Apple Store -- no it's still there. It's because you have Age Restrictions on your iPhone/iPad/iTouch and this may be because of many different personal reasons. Please don't worry they app is still there (as long as you didn't delete it)!
As I write this I am uploading a new version to the Apple Store.