Everyone is a beneficiary in the Get Help ecosystem.
Get Help is a mission-centric company founded, owned, and operated by licensed doctors. Collectively, our team has over 200 years of recovery, deeply rooted and respected relationships among the industry’s top professionals, and absolutely zero financial ties or paid affiliations to any facilities.
Our goals are simple:
We want to better connect individuals seeking treatment with therapists, programs, and resources that match their precise needs. We want to restore the power of search to the people, democratize the data and make it easier for professionals to help patients. We want to create a paradigm shift not just in the governance of the substance abuse and mental health industry, but universally across health care.
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Our mobile app is the perfect tool for therapists, clinicians, and professionals who regularly face the challenge of finding fitting treatment or continued care for patients in a timely manner.
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The Story of Get Help®Dr. Tony Greco / Sep 27, 2017
Get Help began as a vision in the desert - literally. Putting a willing client together with the help they urgently need should be simple. But with all the ...
EthicsDr. Tony Greco / Sep 27, 2017
One the goals Get Help® is committed to is making sure the facilities we find adhere to a Code of Ethics. Our Code of Ethics has been adapted from National Association of Addiction Treatment Profes...
The 800# and Call Center Problem(s)Dr. Tony Greco / Sep 27, 2017
Why can’t I trust the 800 numbers or existing websites? When I go to the internet I see 800#’s and websites that appear to help me find treatment. I’ve called these places and when I tell them I’m ...