The mission of Humanistic Technologies Inc (HTI) is to provide dynamic technology tools to improve the efficiency of those in the helping fields.
The founders of HTI are a collective of individuals with lived and professional experience in social work, education, substance use disorder, foster care, and/or the criminal justice system. The founders know first-hand the challenges that face the human services and criminal justice industries and understand that technological solutions may cause a powerful shift to drive change and improvements in the helping profession including first-responders.
Bridging the qualitative “humanistic” analysis with quantitative “technological” protocols to maximize the end-user experience, open data paradigms, and data gathering requirements defined by government agencies and nonprofits.
We build technological tools and programs centered on lived-in experiences and professional perspectives. Our team’s deep understanding of trauma guides our technology and programs for a human-centered approach. Based on academic research and validation, HTI strives to create tools that positively help our most vulnerable populations.
Clean is a web-based mobile application that serves as a free resource directory for individuals suffering from substance use disorder. Built within Clean is a personal program that helps improve self-worth through gratitude, mindfulness, and meditation. Clean was presented at the 9th Annual Drug Prevention Summit hosted by Drug-Free America in August 2021 and the University of South Florida's Research Day in February 2022.
The ETC App is a web-based mobile and desktop application developed to support Empowered To Change International, a nonprofit agency in Clearwater, Florida. This application has two parallel programs that support participants and ETC personnel by monitoring meeting attendance, work requirements, and all phases of the ETC Program. The pilot program for ETC App began in January 2022 and the initial results are very positive.
Progressive Risk Matrix
Progressive Risk Matrix (PRM) is a mobile application designed for first responders to help guide the assessment protocols for safety and risk of abuse. This application utilizes new scoring metrics and algorithms that provides a comprehensive score analysis in real time. PRM was developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Hacking Medicine Hackathon in April 2022.
Loremodus is a free therapist directory designed with the assistance of the National Association of Social Workers California, Technology Council. Loremodus uses dynamic filtering based on therapist competencies and specialties to help clients easily find the correct therapist for their needs. Once initial beta testing is completed, Loremodus will transition into a comprehensive telehealth platform.
Recovery Connect is a mobile application (in beta mode) that bridges and promotes Certified Peer Specialists to those that are in need of peer support services. Once beta testing is completed, Recovery Connect will transition into a comprehensive telehealth platform for Certified Peer Specialists specializing in substance use disorder and re-entry.