CLEVELAND — A new app is bringing the sober community together.
Like all social media, it's an entire community in the palm of your hand, but when you sign up for Sober Grid, everyone has the same goal in mind.
"We are there to help them apply the tools to get and stay sober," peer support recovery coach Tammy Dubin said.
More than 300,000 people across the world have been brought together and are dedicated to sobriety.
"People post anything from tips, you can post a burning desire and ask people for assistance, and it's amazing," Dubin said.
To learn more about Sober Grid, click here.