We are proud to partner with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the University of Wisconsin to offer this exciting program to West Virginians. The goal of the Appalachian Technology Assisted Recovery Innovations (ATARI) program is to use technology to support ongoing recovery for those who are struggling with alcohol and drug addiction.
This evidence-based program uses an app to give clients the latest news and information on addiction treatment and resources. It gives them the ability to interact with others in recovery and share their successes and challenges. Most importantly, it provides another avenue for clients to engage with their treatment provider.
Susie Mullens, Teresa Warner,
Program Director Program Assistant
Click here to access the ACHESS app from your computer
Currently, this program is being used by clients of Prestera Center, Westbrook Health Services, CRC Charleston & Clarksburg, Lee Day Report, Valley New Beginnings, WVU, Wheeling YWCA, Wood County Day Report, Starlight Behavioral Health, Pyramid Counseling LLC, The Healing Place of Huntington, Mason Co. Day Report & Drug Court & FMRS- Raleigh County, Fayette County, Summers County and Monroe County. If you are interested in participating in this program, but are not currently a client at one of these centers, contact email@example.com for more information.
Congrats to Morgan Vance
ATARI Counselor of the Quarter