The New York Daily News sits down with Beau Mann A community of support for those in recovery at any stage of their journey. The New York Daily News sits down with Sober Grid founder, Beau Mann, to find out more about his breakthrough app and his personal connection to the sober community.
Check out this article from the Boston Globe As a member of the board of advisors, the former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld is working with the startup called Sober Grid to address a nationwide issue plaguing at least 23 million Americans - addiction. Weld’s effort in the project will be vital as the company aims to capitalize on its unique model of immediate, virtual support.
William Weld and former Miss USA Tara Conner were both present at the global launch of Sober Grid at which the public figures discussed and brought awareness to a new “geo-spatial” app that brings people together dealing with similar addiction issues, whether the person is living in sobriety or on the road to recovery.
After Thursday’s official release of Sober Grid - a new app that enables people to find others for recovery support - users have applauded the app’s functionality and ability to remove isolation out of the picture. A niche network built for sober people has begun to empower users through community and outreach.