What is Map4Life™


Long Term Sustainable Relapse Prevention
a comprehensive 28 week evidence-based process for recovery stabilization that begins Immediately after detoxification. This process requires daily commitment from each participant.


A Map4Life™ Virtual Community
for long term engagement during and after the first 28 weeks, where participants can give and receive support to others who are also in ongoing recovery. All communications with coaches and other participants are confidential and delivered through the privacy of each participating individual’s smartphone or tablet.


A Team of Map4Life™ Recovery Coaches
who will personally teach and maintain long-term tools for recovery from addiction to every participating individual. Weekly 1 on1 coaching and virtual group sessions are a key part of the Map4Life™ Program, in addition to 24/7/365 access to a support team of professionals.


Map4Life™ is an ‘Aftercare’ Program
that is a seamless and essential part of an effective and compliant Medication-Assisted-Therapy (MAT) treatment plan for addiction recovery.


The Current State of Opioid Addiction

Nearly 80% of heroin users reported misusing prescription opioids prior to heroin. There are 14,000+ substance abuse facilities in the U.S

There are 14,000+ substance abuse facilities in the U.S.

The opioid overdose death rate increased 28% from 2015 to 2016.There were 42,249 deaths due to opioid abuse in 2016. Opioids were responsible for 66% of all deaths due to drug overdoses in 2016.
Opioids could kill nearly 500,000 Americans in the next decade if drastic measures are not taken to combat this crisis.

“Without aftercare treatment, the period following discharge from short-term inpatient detoxification for opioid dependence presents a high risk of relapse”

- National Institutes of Health


Recovery coaches help persons coming home from treatment to avoid relapse, build community support for recovery, or work on life goals not related to addiction such as relationships, work, education etc. Recovery coaching is action oriented with an emphasis on improving present life and reaching goals for the future.”

- Wikipedia