Facebook, Twitter, and Google join hands to offer support to drug addiction recovery
2 years ago
Three tech industry mogul, Facebook, Twitter, and Google have joined their hands with the Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies (CSIP) to launch an online helping platform “Tech Together”. These tech companies took this step because in the present state of pandemic cultivated a self-isolation environment due to which people engage more with drugs and alcohol use.
Basically, Tech Together is an online one-stop platform of collection of useful resources to help those individuals who are experiencing substance disorder or battling from the addiction of drug overdose and alcohol. This platform offers all types of substantial information for families and individuals looking for support and resources to cope up with substance disorder at any stage.
The executive director of CSIP Marjorie Clifton said in a statement that, this helping platform is in partnership with numerous national non-profits corporations who are involved in the recovery efforts and includes a collection of technology tools and resources provided by Twitter, Google, and Facebook to share information and put tools and communities in front of people looking for support.”
Clifton also adds that this site will be promoted on Facebook, Twitter, and Google to reach those individuals who are in very need of support and resources to tackle their disorders.
Research showed that people use online technology to connect with other people and support each other. This online intervention leads to recovery from substance disorder. So, Tech Together will be an excellent platform to find support and resources regarding the disorder and drug overdose.