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Posted by Joe Antle on November 7, 2017 12:55 PM EST
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In today's world with problems as vexing as SUD (substance use disorder), it is imperative that we find solutions that work.  The opioid epidemic has been declared a public health emergency and crisis on both federal and state levels.  Yet, just recovering isn't the long-term solution.  Once recovered, all victims of SUD need.....

... to stay on track.  And, more importantly, they need solutions that keep them from relapsing.

Here's what Dr. Donna Smith, RecoveryTrek's nationally-recognized expert, and Quality Assurance Officer, has to say about RevoeryTrek's new product called CareTrek:

– Trek Talk with Doctor Donna Smith – 

 "So what makes “Physician Health Programs” so effective and how can you apply some of the successful PHP principles and processes to your recovery journey? In my professional opinion, and in keeping with the Physician Health Program protocols, there’s no substitution for inpatient and outpatient treatment but one of the principal components that make PHPs so successful is that after inpatient treatment the participants are monitored for at least five years with ongoing drug testing and accountability systems". 

"That’s why it’s important for you to know about CareTrek. The CareTrek continuing care program was developed by RecoveryTrek at the request of its clients and participants because they voluntarily wanted to continue monitoring and be accountable with evidence-based systems after they were discharged from mandatory monitoring by state licensure boards. Today, after countless numbers of voluntary, individual participants and over 5 years of beta-testing and optimizations RecoveryTrek proud to offer this same program to any individual that’s scheduled to be discharged from a Substance Use Disorder treatment program or facility".   

“RecoveryTrek has been providing a full range of technology solutions, products, and services for the successful management of substance abuse recovery programs since 2011. If you’re graduating from a substance use disorder treatment program or facility and are developing a relapse prevention program then I highly recommend that you consider incorporating the CareTrek continuing care program into your plan".

If someone you know, or work with, is struggling to stay on track after recovering from substance use disorder (SUD), tell that person about CareTrek.  And show that person that you really care about them being successful in winning the war against substance use disorder.  Help them Stay on Track with CareTrek.

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