Rewarding Healthy Habits
By creating a plan for recovery and following through with healthy routines every day, members earn rewards for their hard work. That positive reinforcement helps keep members motivated and on track.
By following through with healthy routines every day, our members make real progress toward their health goals. When they open the app, they reinforce their hard work. This positive reinforcement helps keep members motivated and on track in their journey.
Certified Peers can help members develop a recovery or wellness plan that matches their strengths, goals, and priorities, then check in regularly to offer support and cheer them on.
WEconnect's insurance-covered program offers contingency management — the most effective standalone treatment for substance use disorder (SUD). It's a behavioral therapy that reinforces good habits. By rewarding positive behaviors, we help members stick with the healthy habits and routines at the heart of their recovery.
Our certified Peer Support Specialists (Peers) have lived recovery experience they can use to support members encountering obstacles in their life. Peers help members find the tools they need to own their wellness, their way.
Peers help members develop a wellness plan that matches their strengths, goals, and priorities, then check in regularly to offer support and cheer them on. Through good times and bad, your Peer will be there for you!
True support means being there when someone needs it most. That’s why our HIPAA-compliant dashboard and risk level analysis exists: to help catch members if they fall.
If substantial changes start negatively affecting a member's recovery routines, their peer will be made aware and reach out to make sure things are okay. Timely support can be key in keeping people in recovery out of harm’s way.
After 6 months, 84% of surveyed members agree or strongly agree that WEconnect helps their recovery
At month 6 with WEconnect, 88% of surveyed members report abstinence from substance(s) they've deemed problematic
At month 6, surveyed members report an average of a 75% reduction in substance use frequency