Giving Back

$15 Million Granted To Date…and Counting!

​Kipu Makes a Difference in our Community​

At Kipu, we believe in giving back to the very community that has allowed us to be the most utilized EMR provider in addiction treatment. Our commitment to success hinges on the very mission of our clients to provide complete, high-quality recovery programs for all. By giving back to the community, we ensure that no one is left without the opportunity to begin a new way of life.

We are proud to say that our passion transcends more than a monetary gain because we know that together, we can make a difference.

Kipu Announces Over $1 Million In Grants To Discovery Institute And The Center 4 Life.

We’re proud to associate ourselves with such fine organizations and to have granted more than $1 million to them. It’s our small way of giving back to our industry.

We’re also proud to aggressively support political campaigns and candidates who promise to support funding for addiction treatment so more people who suffer from the terrible disease of addiction can get the treatment they need.​

You may know us as the EMR company that runs Black Friday Specials and Cyber Monday Extravaganzas. Yes, we’re passionate and fun, but we are also the most serious people in the world. We offer 24-hour customer service, seven days a week, 365 days a year. We’re passionate about building the easiest and most powerful EMR using “Agile Development” in and for addiction treatment. We’re also committed to giving back to the community we proudly serve.​

Since 2014, we have promised to donate 10% of our total census count in KipuEMR to charitable organizations. So, our promise each day is that for every ten paid beds (episodes of treatment), we give one away. We’re proud to report that, to date, we have granted over $15 million to deserving non-profit organizations like those below. We salute those who unselfishly help our veterans and others who cannot afford but desperately need addiction treatment.​

The Kipu Commitment

We will continue to give, find new ways of securing, and be the leader and cornerstone of the addiction treatment community.