ChallengeIn the Rooms needed a real-time video platform that would allow users to anonymously enter virtual video meeting rooms to connect and engage with other recovering addicts.
SolutionVonage Video API
ResultsThe Vonage Video API gave In The Rooms the flexibility it needed to enable large groups of users to connect. In The Rooms is saving lives daily, allowing members to create meaningful and supportive relationships from the comfort of their own homes.
In The Rooms is the world’s largest recovery social network that allows recovering addicts to connect with others across the globe. The service allows members to host and participate in forum discussions, post articles and videos and ask for confidential help.
Providing a Safe Space for Recovering Addicts
In order to provide the highest level of online support, In The Rooms chose to embed real-time communications powered by Vonage Video API. This allows users to enter virtual video meetings anonymously and connect with other recovering addicts. By enabling remote access to live, personalized support, In The Rooms could offer an engaging experience to their users, where community members could get the same support online that they would in face to face sessions.
A Flexible, Secure Live Streaming Service
The Vonage Video API platform gives In The Rooms the flexibility they need to enable large groups of users to connect, using its multi-party capabilities. When larger scale sessions are required, In The Rooms leverages Vonage Video's broadcast capabilities to live stream motivational speakers and sessions. These sessions can also be archived for later distribution using Vonage Video API's recording capabilities. Privacy & security were also very important to In The Rooms. The Vonage Video API also enables users to remain anonymous if they choose by turning off their video stream.
Creating Meaningful Connections and Saving Lives
In The Rooms are saving lives daily with their online support groups where members can connect and create meaningful and supportive relationships from the comfort of their own homes. Members have benefited enormously from the ability to virtually connect face to face and to seek and offer advice from others as though they were together in the same room.