Seekhaven, a first of its kind recovery coliving marketplace, announces its long-awaited launch.
Seekhaven’s Airbnb-esque recovery coliving marketplace platform is the answer to the families and advocates of “seekers” needing to find and engage with multiple levels of recovery services, including Detox Centers, Residential Treatment Facilities, and Sober Living Environments (SLEs). The platform is focused on answering critical questions immediately like: What is the availability? What is the difference between each of the providers? What are their costs? And, can I connect directly with the provider, and not have to go through a call center.
Seekhaven is designed to provide value to providers that are following SAMHSA best practices and NARR Standards to optimize the engagement process with people in need and help to support and highlight their unique values to foster better matchups and coordinated care collaboration. With prosecutions on the rise around “body brokering” quid pro quo referrals and medical billing scams. Those that are working in good faith and continue to provide “best practices “ value need a standardized platform providing unity, collaboration, and accountability.
Serving Those Who Are Changing Lives
We are proud to serve many non-profit, private, and public organizations including Probation, Parole & Diversion, Health & Human Services, Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), Veterans, and the LGBTQ, and Homeless in Transition communities. Seekhaven’s platform will optimize recovery home operations and increase its value proposition to seekers who are likely to thrive in Sober Living Homes and Residential Treatment.
Those who list their home with Seekhaven are changing the lives of those most vulnerable in our communities. Providers benefit from an advanced booking platform with real-time reporting and analytics to more reliably and accurately gain funding sources, as well as data that identifies customer needs for customized treatment. Real-time monitoring to improve operations quality, accuracy, cost, and timelines on services.
Seekhaven multi-tenant platform is based on the experiences of its Founder & CEO, Jonathan Parkhurst, a recovering addict. Jonathan is a leader and innovator in the recovery industry. Jonathan owned one of the largest sober living companies in Northern California, Stepping Up. In 2015 Stepping up was acquired by Cornerstone Sober living. After Stepping Up was acquired, Jonathan started a consulting firm focused on organizations needing to scale either top talent or topline revenue. As a strategic partner in talent acquisition and market acquisition, Jonathan led talent growth for companies like Enphase Energy, GoPro, and WeWork. Jonathan served on the Board of Marin County Drug and Alcohol; he is the Northern California Outreach Coordinator for the Black Americans in AA, and an activist for homeless reform focusing on minorities and Veterans. He is also on the Board of Directors for the Homes for the Homeless. He experienced homelessness in San Francisco before going on to become a tech entrepreneur and app innovator. Jonathan is also a veteran of The Gulf War. Today, Jonathan uses his experience to give back and help others transition from drug and alcohol addiction, homelessness, and other afflictions.
The Seekhaven recovery coliving platform brings together recovery home providers with those suffering from addiction with improved access to the continuum of care. Jonathan Parkhurst explains:
“As industry leaders, we must innovate intuitive platforms that foster evidence based outcomes that clearly delineate between treatment and recovery. Failing to standardize this bifurcation of services the sufferers will continue to die at epidemic proportions.”
To contact Seekhaven:
For more information about Seekhaven, contact:
Jonathan Parkhurst, Founder & CEO, email@example.com
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