eRehabCoach - Diamond Sponsor of the Run for Recovery, Run for the Children Team Participating in the MCM & 10K

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eRehabCoach is a Diamond Level sponsor of the "Run for Recovery, Run for the Children" team participating in the 34th Marine Corps Marathon and 10K race on October 25, 2009.

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eRehabCoach is a daily lifestyle-management toolbox for recovering addicts that is available 24/7, 365 days a year, and one that has delivered real-world success to recovering addicts in over 23 countries. The premise is simple: individualize the program and provide concrete, contextual and frequent feedback to the patient, family and health care provider - all from the convenience of one's home, office, or mobile device. According to its users, this collaborative approach has provided practical, relevant and measurable support by filling a critical void in the rehab process: the day-to-day between therapy sessions when the addict is left to his/her own devices.

Now in its third major upgrade since 2003, eRehabCoach continues its trend-setting ways, by including mobility components to help addicts stay on top of constructive activities, automatically alert the recovery team of chronic relapse triggers before they occur and provides best-practice coaching videos that address sober re-integration.

We are proud to be a Diamond Sponsor in the 34th Marine Corps Marathon on October 25th 2009. Visit us at the Marathon Charity Partners runners' tent at 1631 North Lynn Street, Rosslyn, VA or meet up with our volunteers and cheering families along the marathon course route through the Nation's Capitol - Washington, DC.

Run for Recovery, Run for the Children - Faces & Voices of Recovery and the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA) are national organizations that support and give hope to individuals, children and families across the country who are struggling with the impact of addiction to alcohol and other drugs, and to those who know the reality of long-term recovery.

Both organizations are working to broaden public understanding of how addiction and recovery affect children, families and our communities. They are promoting effective public policy at the national, state, and local levels; advancing professional knowledge; educating the public that prevention and recovery support services can and do work; and demonstrating the promise and reality of recovery.

This year Faces & Voices of Recovery and the National Association for Children of Alcoholics are partnering for the 34th Marine Corps Marathon to raise public awareness and celebrate and honor recovery in all its diversity while speaking for the families who need a voice.


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