The Explore section of the app is an always on library of resources. Clinical staff in outpatient settings often send items from the Explore section to their group members prior to group via our HIPAA compliant, private messaging feature.
Over 90% of consumers say that online reviews impact their purchasing decisions. The substance use treatment industry is no exception. Alumni and family reviews increase referrals and impact the bottom line.
We are often asked “What do I need to do on a regular basis to make the app successful?” People are often surprised that we ask our clients to commit to 3 for 30 – 3 tasks that take about 30 minutes per week.
Our goal is to provide content that is informative, inspiring and clinical in nature to users. We want to free our clients up to spend their time having meaningful interactions with users and posting additional content inside the app.
Concerned that your clients don’t have a smartphone or won’t download an app? We’ve got you covered! Our platform supports iOS and Andriod users as well as traditional SMS.
The messaging feature has been used by treatment staff to reach out to alumni. These messages have, on several occasions, prompted an alum to disclose a relapse event and request readmission to the facility.
Christy Smith, Admissions/Alumni Coordinator at Mount Sinai, shares how important and encouraging the CaredFor app is for alumni to stay engaged and connected post treatment when they return to their busy lives and routines.
Christy Smith, Admissions/Alumni Coordinator at Mount Sinai, shares how the CaredFor app helped re-engage a client who needed help, that she had lost touch via phone and email, but who was active in the app.
Christy Smith, Admissions/Alumni Coordinator from Mount Sinai, shares how the CaredFor app has helped their clients connect, engage and relate to other alumni.
Kevin Johnson, Admissions/Alumni Coordinator from Family First Adolescent Services, shares the success they have had using the CaredFor app for family, patient and alumni engagement.