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Is a member of your family struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction? You’d probably be willing to forgive all the pain they’ve put you through just to know they’ll be ok. Just to know you won’t get that call you dread one day from a police department or hospital. Are you in the early stages of denial, are you in acceptance, are you frustrated or do you feel like you’ve tried everything and you’re about to give up on them? How can you improve their chances of survival and maintain peace of mind that you can at least find them when necessary and be alerted to a medical emergency within seconds of an overdose? MyAlyce.


If you’d like to see a difficult to watch but eye-opening 20-minute documentary by Dominic Tierno, where he interviews parents who have lost their children to overdoses. We don’t want this to happen to you or your loved ones. 


With MyAlyce, your loved one will get a Fitbit watch attached to our watch band which measures biometric data in real-time. Your family and loved one struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD or other mental health issues will be able to monitor their health from anywhere. Most importantly, if biological signs suddenly fall to emergency levels indicating a serious fall, unconsciousness, asphyxiation or their heart stops, your whole family can be notified within seconds. GPS will tell you exactly where they are in your home or outside so you can locate them and provide them emergency medical assistance. 


They can log into our app as can you to see how their oxygen levels, exercise, sleep, heart rate and other physiological measurements are improving or where they’re struggling. This will help them share information with doctors and therapists who can help suggest ways to improve health. If they go into a treatment program, you can continue to monitor them even if they’re not allowed to have cell phones. MyAluce will give you peace of mind, help you sleep better and help improve the lives of your loved ones and may save their life.

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