“We’re very excited by the opportunity to work with Sober Network Inc. to improve the outcomes for our drug court participants, their families, and our localities,” said Community Corrections Director Bettina Coghill.
Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) May 11, 2017
Sober Network Inc.(SNI), the leading provider of innovative digital solutions and award-winning mobile apps for the addiction and recovery industry, announced today that they have partnered with Hopewell, Prince George, Surry Drug Court in Virginia to create and launch its Continuing Care mobile app. The new app, built using SNI’s award-winning FlexDek technology, is available free of charge to any participant, graduating client and existing alumnus to aid in their recovery. It requires a mobile smart phone that uses the iPhone or Android platforms. SNI is the parent company of the pioneering FlexDek, a customizable platform designed to accommodate the development of mobile apps for iOS and Android which target an array of medical, behavioral and physical diagnoses.
The app allows users to check-in daily as a means of tracking their recovery process and reminds the client when they have not checked in. A report on the client’s program progress also is provided. In addition, the app will alert the Court and the app user’s designated Lifelines if they are struggling, so that relapse and re-hospitalization can be avoided through early intervention. Updates on the Court’s continuing care and alumni activity also will be available to the client via the app. The app’s features, such as Check-in, Reports, Lifelines, Goals, Alerts and Reminders, were customized by SNI exclusively for Hopewell, Prince George, Surry Drug Court’s needs.
“We’re very excited by the opportunity to work with Sober Network Inc. to improve the outcomes for our drug court participants, their families, and our localities,” said Hopewell, Prince George, Surry Drug Court’s Community Corrections Director Bettina Coghill.
“Sober Network Inc. is pleased to partner with Hopewell, Prince George, Surry Drug Court to develop and launch their Continuing Care mobile app,” said Sober Network Inc.’s President and Founder Harold Jonas, PhD, LMHC, CAP. “It will be an important part of clients’ recovery toolkits that is available to them 24/7/365 allowing them to stay connected and get immediate support when they need it. Hopewell, Prince George, Surry Drug Court recognizes the importance of technology in aiding in addiction recovery and we are pleased to collaborate with them for this six month trial,” concluded Dr. Jonas.
About Sober Network Inc.
Founded by Harold Jonas, PhD, LMHC, CAP in 1999, Sober Network Inc. has evolved to become the leading provider of innovative digital solutions and award-winning mobile apps for the addiction and recovery industry. As a nationally recognized brand, Dr. Jonas is joined by his seasoned team of dedicated professionals who are committed to effect positive change as they excel and continue to be at the forefront of providing best-in-class technology for companies and organizations involved in the addiction and recovery industry. Visit http://www.sobernetwork.com/ for more information.
About Hopewell, Prince George, Surry Drug Court
The Drug Court Program was established in 2002 as a collaborative effort between the City of Hopewell, Prince George and Surry Counties, Riverside Criminal Justice Agency and District 19 Community Services Board in conjunction with the Riverside Community Justice Board to provide a therapeutic alternative to substance using offenders in Virginia. Drug Court utilizes a special court docket for dealing with non-violent criminal offenses committed by drug-addicted offenders. It combines the power of intensive judicial supervision with comprehensive substance abuse treatment and case management to assist offenders in achieving recovery. Visit http://www.princegeorgeva.org/ for more information.
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