Who We Serve

Partnerships:

Virginia Veterans Care Center – as of 2014

SA-Roanoke location; addiction recovery clients as of 2017

 

To furnish a complete and comprehensive list of all the clients, and groups, that O.A.T.S. serve is quite impossible.

First, the list could be changing daily. Secondly, the list is literally endless with the potential new clients and groups that are “in line” as we await their discovery of this one of kind service. Also, the list is reduced by one single factor you will not find anywhere else – the “outbound”.  Who are these? The ones, and that is everyone eventually, who were helped. The medical and mental health community operate on a 5 tier system:

Asses / Contain / Diagnose / Treat / Release

All of these categories are profit driven. In other words, to reach the release level represents a monetary loss to the entity providing the service just as to enter in at Asses requires a source of monetary means for a client. Help, in America, is solely profit driven.

O.A.T.S. is fundamentally different and open to any and all. No funding issues exist. We do not desire to retain and we do not “treat”. O.A.T.S. simply offers a great big tool that any person, or group, can self administer and reap the immediate benefits.

For the groups listed below, and more, they require their clients to “pay for service”; but O.A.T.S. does not. So, to this end, each of these groups could use O.A.T.S. “in house” but they can not “bill a client” by doing so and so they do not use O.A.T.S. Many of these groups listed below have been offered O.A.T.S. at no cost – but since they can not “bill for services” they deny the life changing help to their own clients which they are charging to serve!

Therefore, clients from these respect groups are intercepted by O.A.T.S. through word of mouth. Also, the very groups themselves who really desire help to their clients will refer the client to O.A.T.S. In so doing the client still gets life changing access to E.I.A. that they would not have received from their own respective care provider.

 

West Virginia State University – as of 2014

DePaul Family Services – as of 2013

Mt. Regis Rehab Services – as of 2013

Wounded Warrior – as of 2012

Virginia Public School System – as of 2012

Hardy Co. WV Schools – as of 2012

Virginia 4 – H – as of 2012

Woodrow Wilson Rehab – as of 2011 and again in 2014

Virginia Veteran Affairs – as of 2010

Veterans’ Administration – as of 2010

Veterans Hospitals – as of 2010

Boy Scouts of America – as of 2009

Girl Scouts of America – as of 2009 and again in 2014

 

 

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