Our Programs

Reduce Relapse, Improve Recovery and Prevent Substance Misuse


InterAct offers a turnkey portal and mobile technology solution to help programs keep clients and families connect to treatment, connected to education and connected to community to reduce relapse and improve recovery. SafetyNet, launching in 2020 is a subscription program for parents to help them understand the risks, give them strategies to prevent substance misuse and use the mobile application to keep their children safer.


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Extended Treatment

InterAct partners with treatment programs to offer LifeLine, a technology service that keeps clients connected to treatment, increases accountability and structure, provides connections to therapy and virtual support groups, delivers wellness and recovery education and increases safety with wearables and mobile monitoring. We help programs reduce the rates of relapse in the critical first year after treatment and extend the revenue relationship they have with their client and family.

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Family Support

Engaging the family is a critical success factor in managing the disease of addiction long-term and promoting health and wellness.  The Family Support program is an extension of the LifeLine service providing online education, connections to virtual support groups, discussion forums and Telehealth connections to family therapists. Treatment programs can extend the revenue relationship by serving the family over longer periods of time.  Collegiate recovery communities can offer support for families of students in their programs.  

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Collegiate Recovery

Collegiate recovery programs provide a safe environment for students to balance their academic life with their commitment to recovery. Collegiate recovery programs produce higher graduation rates, higher GPA’s and much lower return to substance misuse. InterAct automates collegiate recovery programs to free up staff time, direct student activities, provide high-quality content & education serve as many students as possible, raise awareness of the program, and generate funding to operate.

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Prevention Service

Statistics from SAMHSA reveal that 90% of individuals develop the disease of addiction by the time they leave high school putting 1 in 10 children at risk. However, most families fail to spot the warning signs, educate their children about the risks, and implement a safety plan. SafetyNet, launching in 2020 is a subscription service for parents that includes education with strategies to keep their children safer and a mobility platform with built-in compliance, tracking, and safety features, designed to reduce substance misuse of addiction and wearables to detect potential overdose and send help.

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