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For Rehab: AfterCare

Reliable, concierge-level engagement for your patients

Proactive outreach from discharge and into comprehensive, evidenced-based care for your patients struggling with substance use and addiction

Evidence Based — Whole Person — Concierge Engagement

Why Anonymous Health

We support your clients so they don’t lose the progress they worked so hard to obtain.

ASAM level 1
outpatient support with coaches (counselors and therapists) and medical staff that specialize in addiction treatment
Coordinated networks
of community support
Daily check-ins
to ease the transition from higher levels of care

The very best evidenced-based therapy with a combination of app-driven and one-on-one personalized therapy

efficacy rate of computer-assisted therapy versus one-on-one therapist-only approaches
reduction in depression comorbidities
savings within one year
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Anonymous Health’s program helps members get into a healthy rhythm and break their unwanted, addictive behaviors

abstinent or consuming below safe limit
The Anonymous Health whole-person approach to care

No more recovery silos

Anonymous Health Coordinated Concierge Model
Concierge care management

Ongoing, centralized, proactive coordination of the Client Journey

Medication assisted treatment

Medication, in combination with counseling, behavioral therapies, and drug testing, to provide a “whole person” approach to treatment

Teletherapy counseling

Counseling and medical appointments combined with mobile app-based CBT for clinically superior outcomes

Groups and peer support

Online and in-person meeting groups and sponsor relationships to support recovery

Mobile app to support your journey

Engaging weekly “chapters” and daily engagement — based on evidence based practice — strengthen clients on the road to recovery and yield better outcomes

Our clients beat addictions and unwanted habits

Substance use

  • Alcohol
  • Cannabis
  • Nicotine / Tobacco / Vaping
  • Opioids / Painkillers
  • Stimulants (e.g., Adderall, meth, cocaine)
  • Depressants

Unwanted habits

  • Gambling
  • Compulsive Pornography or Sex
  • Compulsive Shopping
  • Mobile Phone / Internet
  • Social Media
  • Video Games
  • TV / Video Streaming

Addictions and unwanted habits exploit the same biological pathways

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