The Facts

Virtual Rehab leverages the advancements in virtual reality technology along with artificial intelligence to prevent and to treat patients with substance use disorders along with rehabilitating repeated offenders.

Every person in life deserves a second chance. Substance use addicts along with offenders are no exception to this rule. In fact, they are the ones that are in most dire need for help, support, and development to become improved citizens upon their release from rehab centers, hospitals, and prisons. This can only be realized through correctional and rehabilitation programs that will prepare them to lead their future lives in a positive manner in order to avoid the possibility of repeated offenses and substance use addiction.

There are approximately 255 million suffering from substance abuse and roughly $100 billion are being spent on addiction treatment worldwide. In addition, according to the International Centre for Prison Studies, the global prison population is currently set at 10.5 million. Prison budgets are also currently set at roughly $35.2 billion dollars worldwide. These numbers are huge and both costly to the governments, tax payers, and society as a whole.

At Virtual Rehab, our innovative and powerful solution is intended to rehabilitate rather than just punish. The scope of our solution includes psychological and correctional rehabilitation. Virtual Rehab’s services extend to hospitals, rehab centers, correctional officers, inmates, along with other verticals.

Virtual Rehab believes that putting a kid in the corner does not teach them how to be a better person but rather teaches them not to get caught. Therefore, we are in it for the social good and to help address the needs of the most vulnerable populations out there.

 
 
 

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contact@virtualrehab.co

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An Innovative Evidence-Based Solution for Repeat Offenders

Substance Abuse Deaths (per 100k)
39
5 Year Recidivism Rate (in %)
77
Prevention & Treatment (in Billion $)
136
Substance Use Addiction (in Millions)
261

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