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Hope Homes Adopts HAYVER App

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Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 25, 2017

One of the most promising technologies tackling Substance Abuse Disorder (SUD) in the United States received a major vote of confidence earlier this month when recovery industry leader Hope Homes Recovery Services adopted HAYVER Corporation’s Digital Continuing Care Monitoring Platform.

HAYVER’s Platform helps give patients with Substance Abuse Disorder the best chance of maintaining recovery behaviors after leaving initial, stabilizing recovery treatment centers.

“Our mission at HAYVER DIGITAL HEALTH is to save lives by helping people with chronic addiction stay clean and sober. The support of a respected industry leader like Beth Fisher Sanders and the organization she founded­–Hope Homes–is a major boost for HAYVER as an emerging company positioned to partner with recovery treatment centers,” said HAYVER Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer John Copenhaver, M.D.

Hope Homes, with programs in Atlanta, Nashville, and Charlotte, is widely considered to be one of the best facilities of its type in the United States. Hope Homes was created in 1996 in response to Sanders’ observation that there was a lack of affordable and safe homes for men and women in early recovery.

“With the HAYVER Platform, we can extend our staff’s ability to support and monitor our residents ongoing recovery,” Sanders commented. “The application allows us to create an accountability network outside the walls of the residences. These circles of support share in their daily victories, such as overcoming the impulses to renew previous addiction-related behaviors, and they give encouragement that reinforces our residents’ recovery journey.”

One of Sanders’ primary tenets is the belief that recovery is best cultivated within a community framework. HAYVER’s technologies are consistent with this principle and is demonstrated with its Circle of Support™ application component—a way to connect persons in recovery with family and friends.

Adding to its core values, the Hope Homes program facilitates community involvement for the individual resident, both within the immediate Hope Homes group and in the community at large. With the HAYVER Platform, the resultant positive outcomes of social engagement are now more attainable.

HAYVER provides a revolutionary, first-of-its-kind verification technology to monitor those suffering from drug addiction or alcoholism, to ensure they remain drug-free and alcohol-free. Based in Atlanta, the digital chronic health condition monitoring company utilizes daily check-ins, peer-to-peer accountability methods, and drug and alcohol screenings.

HAYVER’s modalities are based on new research that demonstrates the effective means in which an addicted person’s brain begins the healing process, through well-tested and proven methods that can ensure up to 80 percent of people remain substance-free even after five years. Further information about HAYVER can be found at http://www.HAYVER.com

More information about Hope Homes is available at http://hopehomesrecovery.org/.

Multi-Family Group

Our Multi-Family Group continues this month.  It is open to the recovery community and the details are below.  We hope you will be able to join us for one of the upcoming dates.

Family Support Group

Addictive and other emotional disorders affect the entire family. Active involvement of family members is an important part of the treatment and recovery process. Family members benefit from getting support of their own and in the process, also learn how to best support their loved one in recovery.

For whom: Open to the community
When: 2nd Saturday of the month from 10:30am–12pm
Where: Foundations Recovery Network Roswell 114 Sloan Street Roswell, GA 30075
Facilitated by: Ray Pacheco, CAC II, CAMS

Ray Pacheco is an experienced Certified Addiction Counselor with more than 17 years in the field of addiction services. Ray has a passion for helping individuals and families understand the disease and recovery process.

Upcoming Group Dates:

  • June 10th
  • July 8th
  • August 12th
  • September 9th

Multi-Family Group

Our Multi-Family Group continues this month.  It is open to the recovery community and the details are below.  We hope you will be able to join us for one of the upcoming dates.

Family Support Group

Addictive and other emotional disorders affect the entire family. Active involvement of family members is an important part of the treatment and recovery process. Family members benefit from getting support of their own and in the process, also learn how to best support their loved one in recovery.

For whom: Open to the community
When: 2nd Saturday of the month from 10:30am–12pm
Where: Foundations Recovery Network Roswell 114 Sloan Street Roswell, GA 30075
Facilitated by: Ray Pacheco, CAC II, CAMS

Ray Pacheco is an experienced Certified Addiction Counselor with more than 17 years in the field of addiction services. Ray has a passion for helping individuals and families understand the disease and recovery process.

Upcoming Group Dates:

  • May 13th
  • June 10th
  • July 8th
  • August 12th

Multi- Family Group

Our Multi-Family Group is growing each month.  It is open to the recovery community and a flier is attached to the bottom of this email with the details.  We hope you will be able to join us for one of the upcoming dates.

 

Family Support Group

Addictive and other emotional disorders affect the entire family. Active involvement of family members is an important part of the treatment and recovery process. Family members benefit from getting support of their own and in the process, also learn how to best support their loved one in recovery.

For whom: Open to the community
When: 2nd Saturday of the month from 10:30am–12pm
Where: Foundations Recovery Network Roswell 114 Sloan Street Roswell, GA 30075
Facilitated by: Ray Pacheco, CAC II, CAMS

Ray Pacheco is an experienced Certified Addiction Counselor with more than 17 years in the field of addiction services. Ray has a passion for helping individuals and families understand the disease and recovery process.

Upcoming Group Dates:

  • April 8th
  • May 13th
  • June 10th
  • July 8th

Multi-Family Group

Our Multi-Family Group is growing each month.  It is open to the recovery community and a flier is attached to the bottom of this email with the details.  We hope you will be able to join us for one of the upcoming dates.

 

Family Support Group

Addictive and other emotional disorders affect the entire family. Active involvement of family members is an important part of the treatment and recovery process. Family members benefit from getting support of their own and in the process, also learn how to best support their loved one in recovery.

For whom: Open to the community
When: 2nd Saturday of the month from 10:30am–12pm
Where: Foundations Recovery Network Roswell 114 Sloan Street Roswell, GA 30075
Facilitated by: Ray Pacheco, CAC II, CAMS

Ray Pacheco is an experienced Certified Addiction Counselor with more than 17 years in the field of addiction services. Ray has a passion for helping individuals and families understand the disease and recovery process.

Upcoming Group Dates:

  • March 11th
  • April 8th
  • May 13th
  • June 10th

Multi-Family Group

Our Multi-Family Group resumed in December 2016 to very positive reviews.  It is open to the recovery community and a flier is attached to the bottom of this email with the details.  We hope you will be able to join us for one of the upcoming dates.

 

Family Support Group

Addictive and other emotional disorders affect the entire family. Active involvement of family members is an important part of the treatment and recovery process. Family members benefit from getting support of their own and in the process, also learn how to best support their loved one in recovery.

For whom: Open to the community
When: 2nd Saturday of the month from 10:30am–12pm
Where: Foundations Recovery Network Roswell 114 Sloan Street Roswell, GA 30075
Facilitated by: Ray Pacheco, CAC II, CAMS

Ray Pacheco is an experienced Certified Addiction Counselor with more than 17 years in the field of addiction services. Ray has a passion for helping individuals and families understand the disease and recovery process.

Upcoming Group Dates:

  • February 11th
  • March 11th
  • April 8th
  • May 13th

Multi-Family Group resuming

We are excited to announce that we are resuming our Multi-Family Group open to the recovery community . A flier is attached to the bottom of this email with the details and we hope you will be able to join us for one of the upcoming dates.

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The 10 Best Sober Living Cities

Glad to see Nashville in the top 10…but Atlanta and Charlotte are pretty great for recovery too! Read more on thefix.com.

Hope Homes Family News

Our 20th year of service to the recovery community has provided an important time of reflection. We celebrate our community, which now numbers in the thousands. Hope Homes has become a national leader for recovery residences for men and women, known for our professional staff, quality and value, structure and support. Yet we never rest on our laurels – we always strive to grow and evolve – to be better and do better. In recent years we have been mindful of staff broadening our scope of service and support, and have incrementally increased our outreach to the families of our residents, striving to continually improve in our consistency of contact and inclusion throughout our residents’ stay. This will continue to be collaborative work in progress for us as a team, engaging with you.

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Recovery residence community needs code of ethics

NARR (the National Alliance for Recovery Residences) has become a leader and voice for the field of recovery residences (i.e., sober living, extended care). Organizing nationally in 2011, NARR has gone on to create a national Standard providing a guide and objective measure for operation of all levels of the residential continuum, ranging from peer-based sober living (Level 1) to residential treatment (Level 4). The national Standard and certification offered by NARR affiliates provide a much-needed code of best practices for residential operators, in what historically had been an unregulated part of the recovery industry.

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