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A smartphone application for alcoholism recovery: A randomized controlled trial. Patients leaving treatment  for alcohol "use disorders (AUDs) are not typically offered evidence" based continuing care, although research suggests that continuing care is...

Self-management of chronic diseases has been a research focus for years. Information and communication

technologies (ICTs) have played a significant role in aiding patients and their families with that management task. The recent dramatic increase in smartphone capabilities...

This article describes preliminary results from a three year study testing the effectiveness of an addiction

pharmacotherapy care model, integrated with a mobile health application, tailored for at-risk Veterans living in...

Atari: Case Study

ACHESS Drug Court Study

Addiction Policy Forum

This overview of the ATARI program was produced for RecoveryMonth.gov to showcase the reach of the program and to hear from the clients that use it every day.

The U.S. criminal justice system refers more people to substance abuse treatment than any other system. Low treatment completion rates

and high relapse rates among addicted offenders highlight the...

Recovery is a lifelong process that requires consistent support to maintain sobriety. For many individuals, relapse is a common and costly event, and more likely when recovery support...

JSAT

SAMHSA NREPP

Surgeon General's Report

Treatment seeking as a mechanism of change in a randomized controlled trial of a mobile health intervention to support recovery from alcohol use disorders.

The Addiction Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System (ACHESS) is a relapse-prevention program administered through a smartphone application. The ACHESS application is designed to improve...

Technological advancements are changing not only the face of health care generally, but also the treatment of substance use disorders. In this regard, approximately 20 percent...

CHCS Competition

NIATx Blog

In April 2015, the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS), through support from Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit, launched the Super-Utilizer Health Innovation Challenge, calling on digital...

At the Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies (CHESS), our research uses social media language not only to understand people better, but also to help people improve their health...

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