Consensus Paper

This peer review from the Journal of Addiction Medicine explains how to administer long term continued care to those suffering from Alcohol Use Disorder.

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Soberlink is Proud to Announce
FDA Clearance for Medical Use

Soberlink has received 510(k) premarket clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for medical use by healthcare providers to remotely measure alcohol in human breath, for the purpose of aiding in the detection and monitoring of alcohol consumption.

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How Does Soberlink Work?

Soberlink Cellular Devices use facial recognition technology to confirm identity during each breath test. BAC results are wirelessly transmitted in real time via Verizon’s Private Network to Soberlink’s cloud-based recovery management software. The Sober Sky Web Portal allows clients to customize testing schedules, as well as specify notification and automated report settings. 

How It Works Step 1 Receive a Reminder Step 1
Receive a Reminder
How It Works Step 2 Submit a Test Step 2
Submit a Test
How It Works Step 3 Review a Test Step 3
Review a Test

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The Benefits of Using Soberlink

For Participants

  • Stay connected with your recovery circle
  • Builds accountability and structure
  • Document sobriety

 

For Families

  • Share in the recovery process
  • Rebuild trust
  • Peace-of-mind

Continued Care Programs

Choose a program that best matches your monitoring needs.

ShareTM

Individuals who want to share their sobriety with their recovery circle.

Clinical Monitoring

Allows treatment providers to personalize continuing-care for patients.

Workplace Compliance

A popular choice for workplace compliance in safety-sensitive jobs.

Partners Trust the Soberlink System

Hundreds of treatment programs are using Soberlink for clinical monitoring to
promote patient accountability and stay connected in early recovery.

Sobriety Resources Hazeldon Betty Ford Foundation

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