Proof that it works? We've got the data.

The world has one data point for addiction wellness – sobriety. We don't buy that.

We focus on all aspects of life. We ask our members, “Are you more hopeful?” “Is your employment more stable?” “Are things better at home?” And yes, “Have you used?”

These and many other measurements prove that our members are doing better. And doing better — not just being sober — is what gets people well.

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Our social return on investment

We partnered with an external firm to conduct a social impact analysis of our peer coaching.

See the results

Recent data


Of members with addiction
report better nutrition


Of coaching sessions are
reported as helpful


Have pursued education
after high school

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Recovery Capital Index

How we measure addiction wellness

Sobriety alone doesn't tell us much about changes in a person's whole wellbeing.

Our proprietary measurement tool gives members a true picture of their addiction wellness – in more than 26 areas covering emotional, mental and physical health.

We use that data to connect the dots for our members and create a personalized plan of action.

More about the RCI

Data-driven approach

David Whitesock, now our Chief Innovation Officer, shares his personal story and his passion for using data to power improvements in addiction care.