KeepSober Foundation

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    Prevention is quantumly more effective than treating addictions.

    Most alleged outcomes reported by treatmentment providers and 12 step programs are “open to interpretation”. The question we’ve been asking is “what percentage of people are still sober after a period of time?”. We believe that addictions, like any chronic disease, are best to be prevented.

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    Early intervention is second best to prevention.

    Most people at risk don’t not seek help. However many get mandated to get help when they are driving impaired, caught at work or school drunk or high, in possession or by friends and family.

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    We target population groups.

    We believe that a “one size fits all” doesn’t make sense. Just think of the differences in substance, age, language, culture, occupation and ability to travel. Rural populations and military deployments can especially benefit.

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    People want tele-behavioral health.

    People are more honest online, feel safe and anonymous (would a father want his sixteen year old daughter in a group of 40 year old men?) and social distancing is becoming the norm.