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CFN is currently web-based, but is launching for i Os and Android users in the next few weeks.
“When you’re on Facebook, you’re surrounded by friends, family and coworkers,” Sober Grid co-founder Nick Krasucki told Like many people in recovery, the creator of Clean Fun Network, Jimmy Hamm, initially feared that quitting drinking would be the end of his social life.
“I’m in my late twenties and thinking, ‘My life is going to be over,'” he said.
In that situation, the site can be a resource for support and friendship.
The site encourages its members to: “Keep your recovery first, in order to make it last!
Opinions on that vary, however; almost one in five (19%) thinks you’re still in the clear at three drinks, while 17% think you should stick with just one.