A Relapse Event

Addiction does more than destroy individual lives—it destroys communities, friendships, and families as well. In the United States, addiction—in particular, opiate addiction—is growing at an alarming rate and with devastating effects. The most dangerous element of addiction, and the biggest obstacle in preventing addicts from getting clean, is a relapse event.

While the public health system recognizes that opiate addiction and relapse are ubiquitous problems and that primary treatment and prevention are critical, it remains a fact that relapse is endemic among those who successfully complete treatment; it is also recurrent with successive rounds of treatment.

Addiction destroys communities
Opioid drug abusers around the world

Every community is affected by drug abuse or addiction. Unfortunately, treatment for this illness is antiquated, under­funded, and highly ineffective.

Brain addiction technology innovation

Addiction & Technology

At the same time there is a scientific and market revolution in biosensors, embedded technology, wearables, and the use of neuroscience-based gaming bridging a critical gap in innovation to introduce a technology that will solve the opioid pandemic around the world.


We are committed to battling the current problems of addiction by facilitating the development of technology that focuses on relapse prevention.

Overdose Data

Addiction and relapse do not discriminate against socioeconomic status, gender, race, or age. This is a global problem that unites humanity and needs multidisciplinary collaboration, innovation, and passionate investment to win.

Overdose Deaths

Opioid addiction is “driving this epidemic with 18,893 overdose deaths related to prescription pain relievers, and 10,574 overdose deaths related to heroin.”

Unintentional Deaths

In fact, in the United States, the number of unintentional overdose deaths from prescribed opioids has quadrupled since 1999 as reported by the National Institute of Health.

Leading Cause

According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, drug overdose in 2014 was the “leading cause of accidental deaths in the US, with 47,055 lethal drug overdoses”.

Benefits of Relapse Eradication

Drug addiction treatment has been shown to reduce associated health and social costs by far more than the cost of the treatment itself.

Decreased insurance costs

Public health

Long-term employment

Decreased homelessness

Community stability


Decreased incarceration

Workplace safety

Intergenerational poverty

Decreased spending on treatment

Domestic violence

Better patient outcomes

The solution to addiction


There is an urgent need to advance more successful approaches to preventing relapse, a problem that accounts for costly loss of life, disease, violence and crime.

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