Take Recovery to a Higher Level

Recovery Plan Management

Systems for Alumni Aftercare

They go back to their lives…then what?

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More Than 80% Will Relapse

The progress one makes in treatment can easily be undone when a person that has gone through residential treatment goes back to their lives. There are many reasons for this. Making more permanent and long lasting positive change takes time. It also takes support. In reality, most treatment organizations dedicate the majority of their resources to the patients currently in their care, so it makes it difficult to engage clients once they have discharged.

Our aftercare software allows providers to capture lots of personal information from clients prior to discharge. The system then utilizes this information to generate automated follow ups, reminders, facilitate regular communications and allow for check ins. This contributes to better outcomes and the system allows you to measure this. Our aftercare system let’s you take recovery to a higher level of care.

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Send a “Prevention”

Bring hope to your circle by delivering a powerful message of love—one that oftentimes goes unsaid. We call this message a Prevention, short for Pre-Intervention. A Prevention is a unique way to confront the disease of addiction at any stage of development. It can be a useful first step in planting the seed of truth or a great way to reach out to those who have once received treatment and since relapsed. Ether way, the goal is the same—that the self-destructive person accepts the message from loved ones and agrees to get help. And because a Prevention is a less intensive approach than a traditional intervention, it may be a more appropriate and affordable method to use early on.

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Our Mission

We have a responsibility as family members, friends, employers, colleagues, physicians, educators, religious leaders and neighbors—to reach out to help those suffering with this disease and lead them back to substance abuse-free lives. The earlier we reach them, the greater our likelihood of success.

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