Make an impact with your investment

InterAct delivers a turnkey technology solution to addictions programs that will keep patients connected to treatment longer, keep families connected and keep individuals connected to support communities.  We support collegiate recovery with a solution that automates programs, directs student activities, engages and educates audiences and helps raise funding to operate.  In 2020, we will launch SafetyNet as a prevention program for families.

Laura and Carolyn Bradfield

From the Founder

When my daughter Laura overdosed and died in 2017, I committed to turn my grief into purpose. I had a successful track record in  technology companies with 3 successful exits and founded and ran a licensed outdoor behavioral health firm selling it 4  years later.

My current company Convey has invested millions of dollars in portal technology now  the foundation for InterAct LifeLine. We are poised to disrupt broken processes, reduce the cost of treatment and help people achieve long-term recovery.

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Vision, Plan, Action, Success

The Business Plan

Investing in InterAct LifeLine indicates that you want to turn your financial success into substance. We are being certified as a B corporation and will meet the highest standard of social performance, maintain pubic transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit with purpose. 

* B Corporation certification will be applied for in Q4 2020

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Convertible Debt

InterAct LifeLine is offering a flexible investment instrument with short-term debt that has a conversion option into equity in conjunction with a future financing round or terminating capital event. As an investor, you will be loaning money to InterAct in our early phases with the flexibility of receiving an interest rate, being repaid on the maturity date or converting the debt into equity at a discounted rate.  

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