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In addition to our wide range of outpatient services, we also offer a data-driven app designed to optimize and revolutionize the treatment experience.
The Psyclarity Health app will enable you to upload and monitor your client’s health records electronically. You will be able to:
- Upload all clinical documentation, notes, and medical reports
- Track and give input on your client’s treatment program
- Offer support and telehealth services through the app to your patient
The app has also been designed to help our patients build and monitor their recovery plan, engage with a recovery community, access telehealth sessions, track progress every step of the way, and be their go-to recovery toolbox on their recovery journey.
Treatment Assistance for
Non-Profit Community Institutions
If you’re involved in a non-profit program that puts you in contact with community members needing assistance with substance abuse issues, you may need help guiding them to the specialized treatment they need.
Social workers and non-profit community institutions such as church groups and other human services do incredible work in the various communities they serve. If you’re one of the amazing people who volunteers time and resources to these programs, it’s likely you’ve encountered individuals who need help in dealing with drug and alcohol abuse issues or have mental health problems.
In cases such as this, Psyclarity Health’s team of medical professionals is able to provide guidance on the next steps to take in assisting at-risk members of the community.
Substance Abuse Disorders
One of the issues to overcome when offering advice is determining whether an individual should be seeking treatment for drug abuse, alcohol addiction, or other substance use disorders. After all, volunteers and even social workers may not have in-depth training in substance abuse treatment.
In some cases, it can help to approach family members to find out if they believe their loved one has a drinking problem or is displaying other signs of co-occurring disorders that might indicate drug and alcohol addiction. In many instances, substance abuse and mental disorders go hand-in-hand.
While outsiders will rely on obvious signs of inebriation to indicate a substance use disorder, those who are close might also be aware of other signs. These could include:
- A refusal to stop drinking or to seek alcohol counseling
- Recurring physical health issues
- A history of employment problems or inability to hold down a job
- Ongoing relationship problems with friends and loved ones
- Lack of commitment to the recovery process or to continue outpatient treatment
- Inability to prevent relapse, even after substance abuse treatment
- Unusual or secretive behavior to hide substance use
- Co-existing mental health issues such as depression, violent behavior, or other mental illnesses
If you’re uncertain if you’ve encountered a person with a drug addiction problem or an alcohol use disorder, Psyclarity Health can provide more guidance on how to identify additional signs.