One of the most important lessons taught in treatment centers is accountability. To maintain long-term sobriety, clients need to be pushed to be responsible for their own recovery. Products like Soberlink are making it easier and more convenient for them to take ownership of their behaviors.
Cindy Feinberg of The Recovery Coach designs treatment for individuals whose careers make it difficult for them to attend inpatient therapy. “We decided to implement Soberlink into our treatment program around two years ago,” she said. “What I like about it is [clients] don’t feel like prisoners and we’re not hovering over them. We set them up to have their own accountability.”
Royce Dockrill of Valient Recovery, another satisfied client, concurs. His program works to assess and treat mental health conditions related to alcohol and drug dependency. “Soberlink … provides a really good support system, keeps patients accountable, and helps rebuild trust in family units and relationships,” he said.