Automate, Engage, Educate, Track Results
Feature-rich portals provide programs unprecedented levels of automation with all of the tools needed to run a robust collegiate or treatment aftercare program.
Portals are customized
Each program receives a custom portal branded and tailored for them. The home page is branded for the college or treatment program and navigates the viewer around the portal, provides links to explore content and events and find opportunities for education.
Viewable on any device
Responsive web design ensures that the portal is viewable on all devices from mobile phones to laptops to widescreens. The viewer does not need to download an app to have the right viewing experience.
Portals promote community
Discussion forums promote interaction and community. Connect program participants to each other, form parent groups or have alumni connect to each other. Discussion topics can range from recovery strategies to family issues, or how to maximize an academic experience in recovery including basic life skills such as strategies to find a job after treatment or college.
Content is curated and organized on the hub then delivered to spokes
The hub site has a variety of carefully screened content and education that programs select to appear on their portals. New content comes daily from the centralized content hub or can be added locally by the program. Content is organized into catalogs by topic and the search engine makes it easy to find what you are looking for.
Portals message and engage their members
Email messages are automated to deliver regular email outreaches that remind portal members to log in and look at what's new. Newsletters and custom messages continue to drive portal member engagement and traffic to the site. Members can opt-in to receive text messages to alert them that a new email is waiting or alert them about important events and announcements.
Portals organize events
The event calendar organizes meetings, events, trainings and seminars presenting them in one convenient online location. Give permission for individuals that are managing a content catalog to have events that they add inside the catalog automatically appear on the home page calendar. Use the event registration and reminder system to make sure everyone you want at the event is there.
Portals give programs insight and help produce outcomes studies.
Every interaction with the portal, the emails or discussion forums is recorded and presented in easy-to-understand reports. Reports track member engagement, record what people are looking at and produce outcome studies. Programs use that knowledge to select the content and education based on what people are interested in.
Portals secure and organize student or client information.
Organize student or client data in a secure, HIPAA compliant CRM system. The CRM is customized in minutes and holds all the data needed to keep track of participants. Collegiate recovery portals come complete with all the forms needed to have students apply and get their agreement to participate. Use the CRM to keep information on other member types such as parents, alums or sponsors.
Portals give members a custom content experience
Create member types for a customized content experience. Group portal members into students, alums, parents, faculty, sponsors, donors and make content, email messages, and discussions available to specific types of members.