It’s simple. Uber finds rides. PeerRX™ finds substance use and mental health peer support services in seconds.
Click a Button. Find a peer.™
Click to Connect.™ Deployed in hospitals, outpatient clinics, crisis centers, open access service teams, drug courts, PeerRX™ helps provide 24/7/365 rapid access to Substance Use and Mental Health peer support services. Similar to Uber, any time of the day or night, callers can use PeerRX™ to locate area peer support – finding help immediately for our most vulnerable population. In fact, the average time to find a peer with PeerRX™ is now under 10 minutes. Learn about our subscription plans here.
Regional networks leverage PeerRX™ to easily connect to area peer workforces and enhance peer engagement in their region. Leverage your network. Find peers fast. See our subscription plans here. Learn how we connect communities here.
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Peer Suppliers love PeerRX™ technology because now they find out about area peer service needs via text and immediately connect to individuals needing help. No more phone tag. Find out more here.
With PeerRX™, so far 100% of our patients transitioned into treatment! That’s because we get notified sooner that a peer is on the way!”
~Kathleen S., Executive Director of Emergency and Trauma Services, Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital, Newburgh, New York.
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Use PeerRX™ to connect to peer support services from these and many other facilities:
-County call centers
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PeerRX™ is easy and FREE! Simply subscribe to use PeerRX™ as a location calling for peers – like a hospital- – or a facility that supplies peers – and you’ll be on your way!
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No more phone tag. Click a Button. Find a Peer.
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revention, Treatment and Recovery to Address Opioid Use Disorder and Stimulant Use Disorder in New York State