Our SAMHSA-recognized Stress Management program assists adults in effectively managing stress in healthy ways, including: exercising, seeking social support, and using relaxation techniques. At 18-month follow-up, 62% of those using our program began to effectively manage their stress.
Our Weight Management program focuses on three health behaviors: 1. Regular exercise, 2. Healthy eating, and 3. Managing emotional eating. At 24-month follow-up, 30% of those using our program lost 5% or more of their body weight. Based on national guidelines, 45% began to exercise regularly and 48% began to eat a healthy diet.
Nineteen million Americans experience depression each year. Those using our Depression Prevention program reported a reduction in depression symptoms and began to consistently use effective strategies to prevent depression at 9-month follow-up.
Our Smoking Cessation interventions have consistently outperformed alternatives and competitors. A recent randomized study showed 26% of smokers using our program quit smoking at 3-month follow-up.
National guidelines recommend exercising for 150 minutes a week at a moderate intensity level, or 75 minutes a week at a vigorous intensity level. In a randomized controlled trial, 57% of individuals using our Exercise program started exercising at or above the guidelines after 6 months.
Our Medication Adherence programs are designed as an adjunct to a physician-prescribed treatment. In a randomized controlled trial, 73% of those using our program began to adhere to their prescribed anti-hypertension medication regimen at 12-month follow-up.
Nearly 30% of adults in the U.S. engage in risky drinking (drinking more than 14 drinks/week or 4 in one day for men age 65 and under, and drinking more than 7 drinks/week or 3 in one day for men 65 and under and for all women. In a randomized trial involving high-risk drinkers, 51% of those using our program reduced their drinking to the low-risk limits at 18-month follow-up.
Specialized Behavior Change Program Outcomes
Journey to Change, Pro-Change’s domestic violence program, is designed as an adjunct to traditional batterer treatment. The program aims to increase readiness to use a range of healthy strategies to stay violence-free. At 12-month follow-up, 50% of men using our program had sought additional treatment outside of their court-mandated treatment; based on partner reports, 78% remained violence-free.
Our Healthy Pregnancy: Step-by-Step program assists pregnant women in effectively managing stress, quitting smoking and staying quit, and eating more fruits and vegetables. In a randomized controlled trial, users reported a reduction in risk behavior and an increase in fruit and vegetable consumption at postpartum follow-up.
For College Students
liveWell: A Healthy Foundation for Life is an online program designed to help college students improve their exercise, eating, and stress management habits. In addition to improvements in those behaviors, results of our randomized controlled trial indicated that liveWell users significantly increased their well-being.
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Health in Motion
Our Health in Motion program for adolescents focuses on behaviors critical for obtaining a healthy energy balance. In a randomized controlled trial, students using the program were more likely at 3-month follow-up to meet national guidelines for physical activity, fruit and vegetable consumption, and TV viewing. These findings were replicated in a later study, which also demonstrated that the intervention reduced uptake of cigarette and alcohol use.
The Rise Above Your Situation (RAYS) program integrates best practices from existing evidence-based programs for justice-involved youth and substance abusers. It also provides reports for juvenile justice and social service professionals to aid in the delivery of individualized, stage-matched guidance. The program is currently being tested in a randomized trial involving 700 moderate- and high-risk offenders.