Consortium member First Choice, Inc. produced a video about their ATARI project in which A-CHESS is being used to support addiction recovery across West Virginia.
CHESS/AARC Director David Gustafson presents a status update on the Elder Tree project
CHESS Director David Gustafson named to National Academy of Engineering
ACHESS named winner of 2012 iMedicalApps-mHealth Summit Research Award
New NIDA Grant - Using mobile apps to prevent substance abuse relapses.
ACHESS and Arapahoe House are featured in this Denver Post article.
The CHESS Health Education Consortium brings together university researchers and healthcare organizations to develop new communication technologies.
The Consortium is currently offering healthcare organizations to be among the first users of A-CHESS: a smart phone application designed to help people maintain recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.