Meet Our Partners

We are proud to introduce you to our partners. These organizations share our mission of providing better recovery treatments to make a difference in the lives of people dealing with drug and alcohol addiction. They help enable us on our journey of creating better connections and better outcomes. We are grateful for their support and look forward to continuing to work together to achieve our common goals.

Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital have been leading the way in medical research, innovation, and education for more than 200 years. Founded in 1782, Harvard Medical School is the oldest medical school in America and has consistently ranked among the top three institutions by U.S. News & World Report.

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), founded in 1811, is an affiliate of Harvard Medical School with a long history of providing superior patient care as well as groundbreaking research initiatives. MGH is also home to one of the most prestigious residency programs in medicine.

Fitbit Health Solutions, a subsidiary of Fitbit Inc., provides health and wellness solutions designed to increase engagement and improve health outcomes, driving positive returns for individuals, their families, and healthcare providers.

Using Fitbit Health Solutions’ market-leading wearable devices, healthcare providers can monitor a patient’s activity, heart rate, sleep patterns, and oxygen levels. That data can help identify the need for early intervention, suggest necessary pharmacological changes, and empower the patient to take control of their recovery, providing better treatment outcomes in the short and long term.

National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)

The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) is a professional organization that represents the interests of addiction treatment providers across the United States. NAATP members are committed to providing quality care to those suffering from addiction and working collaboratively with other stakeholders to ensure that all people have access to effective treatment. 

NAATP’s work is guided by four core values: quality, integrity, accountability, and collaboration. These values drive everything they do, from our advocacy efforts to educational programs. They focus on promoting the highest quality care for individuals with Substance Use Disorders through best practices in addiction treatment to ensure everyone who needs help has access to high-quality care.

NAATP's Fellowship for Recovery Services Executives (FoRSE)

NAATP’s Fellowship for Recovery Services Executives (FoRSE) is a fellowship program designed to support and develop leaders in the addiction treatment field.

It is a nonprofit organization that aims to improve addiction treatment through science, technology, and education. FoRSE operations are overseen by the professional staff of NAATP, headed by the NAATP Director of Research and Education, and their Board members serve without compensation as Foundation volunteers. 

The FoRSE program helps treatment specialists deepen their knowledge of leading successful addiction treatment programs and network with other leaders in the field. They can also receive mentorship and coaching from experienced professionals. 

NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals, is the largest membership organization for addiction counselors and healthcare professionals in the United States. NAADAC’s members are committed to helping people who suffer from alcoholism, drug addiction, and other behavioral health disorders. 

NAADAC’s website,, is a valuable resource for addiction counselors and other helping professionals. The website provides information about NAADAC’s members, events, publications, and resources. The website also includes a directory of NAADAC-certified counselors.

Becca Schmill Foundation

The Becca Schmill Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization run by volunteers committed to honoring the memory of Becca. They are driven by the mission of funding research, sponsoring community programming, and advocating for policies that help to promote and safeguard the emotional well-being of adolescents and young adults.

F#ck the Stigma is a nonprofit driven to fight mental health stigmas by building a safe community where people know where to get help and do not feel alone. It was founded by people with experience working in the mental health industry who noticed how many young people were seeking help but did know where to start. They knew how hard it was for people to face mental health struggles, and they knew it was even harder to live in a world where some people just don’t get it.