Getting in the Door: First Steps in Addiction Treatment

Treatment can be part of recovery Addiction is a powerful and progressive brain disease that affects individual addicts and their families. Addiction is a disease that may be arrested through abstinence. But achieving and maintaining abstinence can be very difficult. Although there are many good options available for outpatient treatment, theContinue reading “Getting in the Door: First Steps in Addiction Treatment”

Treating Addiction is a Medical Emergency

Treating Addiction is a Medical Emergency Drug addiction is a life-threatening condition that should be treated as a medical emergency. Finding the right program when the addict is willing to go can be challenging. Our goal is to empower you to make an informed decision about how to proceed withContinue reading “Treating Addiction is a Medical Emergency”

Addiction Treatment Doesn’t Always Require a Suitcase

Addiction Treatment Doesn’t Always Require a Suitcase When it comes to treating an addiction problem, many people automatically assume that treatment means staying for weeks at a rehab. Fear or resistance to that kind of commitment keeps some people from trying to get help at all. There are addiction treatment optionsContinue reading “Addiction Treatment Doesn’t Always Require a Suitcase”

Get Help Eco System

The Get Help Ecosystem replaces redundant systems, decreasing steps in case management workflow. It’s easy-to-use interface incentivizes use. Get Help’s customers include service providers, first responders, outreach workers, city/county employees, those experiencing homelessness, and the public. The Get Help Ecosystem was created to increase efficiencies in workflow and provide real-timeContinue reading “Get Help Eco System”