• Oklahoma Study Shows Positive Outcomes with Outpatient App

    April 12, 2022
    This study by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) shows positive outcomes for outpatients with substance use disorder who used the CHESS Health Connections app.
  • Pharmacotherapy and Mobile Health for Veterans with Substance Use Disorders

    June 29, 2020
    Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and administered by the Loyola Recovery Foundation, this research explored alternative therapies for a high-risk, high-need population prone to frequent addiction crisis, emergency medical, and psychiatric services utilization.
  • App Usage Increases Treatment Compliance and Sessions for Women in Appalachia

    June 1, 2020
    Funded by SAMHSA, this research focused on the impact of the CHESS Health digital solutions on Appalachian women in treatment for SUD.
  • Digital Delivery of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    December 17, 2019
    The eRecovery solution employs a digital CBT module, which is the Yale University developed CBT4CBT program. This program is backed by rigorous research.
  • App Increases Treatment Completion for At-Risk Youth

    March 21, 2018
    The study researched the impact of using a smartphone app as part of treatment of adolescents undergoing treatment for drug and alcohol addiction.
  • App use leads to more treatment, better outcomes

    March 21, 2018
    Published in the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, this research demonstrated a higher level of abstinence from alcohol use for app users.
  • A Pilot Test of a Mobile App for Drug Court Participants

    October 21, 2016
    This Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) funded pilot tested the use the social supports offered by CHESS Health’s mobile recovery app with post-adjudication offenders in a drug court program.
  • A Smartphone Application for Alcoholism Recovery

    May 1, 2014
    Published in JAMA Psychiatry, this research showed the impact of smartphone app to help reduce heavy drinking days for patients with alcoholism.
  • How Patients Recovering From Alcoholism Use a Smartphone Intervention

    September 13, 2013
    Funded by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and published in the Journal of Dual Diagnosis, this study shows that four months after finishing treatment for alcohol dependence, individuals remained engaged with a recovery smartphone app.
  • Tech-Based Interventions Offer Promise for Alcohol Use Disorder

    March 21, 2011
    Funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, this research summarizes multiple studies on the effectiveness of technology solutions to increase and provide continuing care for patients with alcohol use disorder (AUD).

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