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OnTrack - Preventing Injection

The On Track app is a science-based multimedia tool specifically designed for young adults who use opioids and may be at risk for progressing to regular drug injection, but may not be in formal drug treatment

The On Track app is a science-based multimedia tool specifically designed for young adults who use opioids and may be at risk for progressing to regular drug injection, but may not be in formal drug treatment

OnTrack - Preventing Injection

by ADVANCED PROGRAMMING SOLUTIONS SL
OnTrack - Preventing Injection
OnTrack - Preventing Injection
OnTrack - Preventing Injection

What is it about?

The On Track app is a science-based multimedia tool specifically designed for young adults who use opioids and may be at risk for progressing to regular drug injection, but may not be in formal drug treatment.

OnTrack - Preventing Injection

App Details

Version
1.0.4
Rating
NA
Size
41Mb
Genre
Education Medical
Last updated
October 1, 2019
Release date
March 29, 2019
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App Store Description

The On Track app is a science-based multimedia tool specifically designed for young adults who use opioids and may be at risk for progressing to regular drug injection, but may not be in formal drug treatment.

The purpose of the app is to help prevent transition to regular injection by helping you gain insight into your patterns of opioid use and learn skills to avoid problematic opioid use more effectively in the future. The app integrates education on opioids and related topics with a number of interactive features and customized content.

Grounded in a harm reduction approach, On Track provides up-to-date, science-based information on opioids, addiction and overdose so you can make informed decisions about how to manage your opioid use to stay healthy. Interactive exercises use effective techniques from Cognitive Behavior Therapy to guide you in understanding what problematic opioid use means to you, identifying your personal triggers to problematic use, and learning how to avoid these triggers while developing new ways to cope.

Specific features to support your process of healthy behavior change include self-monitoring functions so you can track and visualize your progress and mood over time, supportive messages to keep you motivated, techniques to help you cope with stress in the moment, and exercises to help you identify and plan fun activities that don’t involve drug use. There is also a web-linked resources section with information on services and other resources geared towards young people who use opioids.

The On Track app is completely free and 100% private. It has been developed through collaboration between Advanced Programming Solutions SL (APSL) and National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. (NDRI; www.ndri.org). NDRI is a not-for-profit research institution dedicated to advancing the understanding of factors that affect the health of individuals, communities and populations.

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