We think data can:
do more. support recovery. save a life.
It takes a village...
Supporting health is no easy task given the unprecedented pressures and changes we faced during the pandemic. But if one thing was made clear, staying engaged is important.
Isolation takes a toll on everyone, especially those who suffer from addiction or seclusion. These vulnerable populations need active support systems from their caregivers, friends, and families. And these support systems need information.
Innovation is everywhere.
Just not here.
It seems like innovation is happening to everything. It’s everywhere. But in many rehabilitation and health care facilities, patients are discouraged, not permitted or unable to use smartphones, and so any insights derived from wearables are lost – to the patient, the caregivers, and people invested in helping their loved ones.
We help families, friends, and caregivers by analyzing wearables’ data whenever and wherever the patient may be. Tracking activity, sleep, oxygen levels, and heart rate with wearable devices provides daily opportunities for self-learning, and ongoing engagement, and can lead to positive behavior change.
Are we solving this problem the right way?
It seems like loved ones fighting an addiction problem are stigmatized and isolated. When they need family and care the most, they can feel like they are fighting the battle themselves. We can’t help them if we don’t know what is happening. Now with unique insights, family friends and caregivers can empower people to live healthier lives.
Data with a human purpose.
Because it's personal.
Founder & CEO, Berkshire Transition Network & Commonwealth Collaborative
Executive Director, Malibu Detox & Residential Treatment Center
Assistant Director, Teen Challenge NJ
Using data to create:
HOPE RECOVERY INDEPENDENCE FUTURES
They are why we're here.
Our mission it to improve outcomes for the millions of Americans and their friends and families that are being affected by substance and alcohol abuse, process addictions, and behavioral health concerns.
Better Connections. Better Outcomes.