Dr. Tony Greco, CEO / Founder of GET HELP on The Daily Caller This App Will Help Police And First Responders Address The Homeless Crisis Dr. Tony Greco joined Daily Caller White House correspondent Maranda Finney to discuss the ongoing homeless crisis and the app he created to help addressContinue reading “This App Will Help Police And First Responders Address The Homeless Crisis”
COVID-19 Death Toll May Be Worse Due to Overdose and Suicide Further Tragedy can be prevented with Community-Based Solutions Local communities must find new ways to meet the needs of those suffering today. We can change the outcome by creatively deploying effective, local community-based solutions. With coronavirus deaths now overContinue reading “COVID-19 Death Toll May Be Worse Due to Suicide and Overdose”
COVID19 Highlights How Our Society Struggles to Provide Help to Those That Need it A Summary of our news To get involved with GET HELP visit our About page and fill in a Volunteer Form so we can reach out to you. Download the GET HELP app to search forContinue reading “COVID19 Highlights How Our Society Struggles to Provide Help to Those That Need It”
A Circle of Coordinated Care is a Growing Standard in Recovery Addiction Requires a Collective Solution Addiction not only destroys the individual, it devastates families, disrupts the workplace, damages communities, and continues to erode society. Substance use disorder affects us all. The problem of addiction requires a collective solution. AContinue reading “A Circle of Coordinated Care is a Growing Standard in Recovery”
GET HELP® News GET HELP is a human and data-driven central solution that helps the helpers do their jobs more effectively and efficiently, improving access to services to those in need, and raising the standard for accountability. GET HELP is a tech tool for humans. Unlike many technology solutions, theContinue reading “GET HELP® App Updated with COVID-19 Community Resources”
Rates of homelessness, especially chronic homelessness (defined federally as lasting more than one year), increase every year. Especially among people who have serious mental and substance use disorders. But it is a solvable problem, writes Lloyd I Sederer, MD, Chair of Get Help Board of Advisors.