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As for the lower South-west study area, material evidence reflecting former mobile foraging systems is on present findings mainly limited to two classes of sites -- congregative and dispersive.
Large, repeatedly re-used and maintained congregative sites (Table 3A) suggest the functional significance as well as the time-transgressive nature of the residential, territorial and socio-economic units into which regional populations were organised.
By integrating current technology with the successful brick and mortar congregative care healing model, the Fellowcare product provides sufferers of addictive disorders with frequent and anonymous access to the congregative care healing process; the opportunity to participate in a Sponsor/Sponsee relationship; convenient access to an established group meeting and a Sponsor from the home, office or wherever there is Internet access; the ability to track progress using the Recovery Tracker; the ability to be a part of a community whose members share similar backgrounds and stresses.

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