Background

Changing Minds
About What’s Possible

Our industry says relapse is part of recovery.
We say it’s time for a change.

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What if we could extend the continuum of care into everyday life with seamless technology?

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What if we could help patients stay in compliance with their discharge plans?

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What if we could prevent relapses before they occur?

We believe everyone deserves a happy, rewarding life. But in an industry where relapse rates can surge to as high as 85% in the year following discharge, we will not succeed unless we challenge the status quo. Prepare to change your mind about what’s possible with Discovery365®.

In collaboration with Brigham and Women's Hospital & Videra Health

Discovery Behavioral Health - Evidence Based Results

Bridging the Gap with Discovery365®

Discovery365 is designed to support and engage patients during the “one-year recovery gap” – the crucial period after completion of a treatment program when relapse risk is significant. Discovery365 serves as a virtual safety net, connecting patients with a care team that can assess their status and intervene if necessary. By extending the continuum of care with seamless AI technology we can help patients as they begin the process of lifelong recovery. Developed through a research partnership with Brigham & Women’s Hospital, and powered by Videra Health technology, Discovery365 includes a team of industry experts in healthcare, technology and academia.

With an additional 365 days of support after discharge from a Discovery treatment center, we believe it’s possible to bridge the gap between treatment and lifelong recovery. This is a paradigm shift from a focus on episodic care to lifelong recovery. The findings we gather from Discovery365 will inform and customize future treatment protocols and alumni support programs at our centers nationwide. This Learning Health System has significant implications for the development of truly customized treatment plans. With a continuous improvement process of treatment protocols through outcome measures during and after treatment, we believe we can ultimately make relapse the exception and not the rule of recovery.

Discovery Behavioral Health - Dedicated Professionals

Why is Relapse So Common?

Eating disorders, mental health issues and addiction are chronic conditions, developing over months, years or even decades before individual’s seek treatment. These conditions are also impacted by Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) that account for as much as 80% of outcomes. These SDoH include economic stability, educational access and quality, healthcare access and quality, neighborhood and social/community context. Discovery365 was designed to include SDoH as part of the assessment process and provide resources based on each individual’s needs as they navigate the gap and begin the process of lifelong recovery. Our Discovery for Life™ program provides free ongoing support groups, social events and a community app to keep individuals engaged and connected to resources that will serve them for a lifetime of good health.

Discovery Behavioral Health - Better Access

Overcoming Challenges Through Better Access

One of the keys to any good recovery program is the level of accessibility through location, finances, in-network contracts and the types of programs offered. Discovery Behavioral Health is committed to providing the ultimate in patient access, with traditional and virtual programming, more than 100 locations nationwide, and tiered rates that make life-changing care practical and affordable for the largest possible patient base.

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Insurance

Discovery Behavioral Health services are preferred providers with most major insurance companies.

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