You also need to take a look at how your model interacts with FDA regulations.
Ultimately, the company is building a Platform for Recovery: whether illness like Cancer, Death of a loved one, Mental Illness, weight... This will be the 1st time there will be Real Live DATA from the day to day behavior of Alcoholics and Drug Addicts.
This seems to make your software a "medical device" and thus subject to at least 501k regulations. Take a look at the free content we offer for mHealth solutions (https://www.clearroadmap.com/Home/Free mHealth Checklist) to get an idea of what barriers you might face (you'll have to register for a basic account but we don't use that for anything other than internal marketing followup).
One of the things many folks in this area don't get is that the moment you start tracking parameters to be used in any sort of medical setting, your software becomes a "medical device"
and the moment you do any sort of automated "recommendations" you are also potentially a "medical device". If you find the mHealth checklist useful - we have a more detailed visual workflow through the regulatory processes that will give you actual cites to the FDA processes.
If you do not fully understand the regulatory environment here, I strongly recommend you dig into it since what claims you actually make can be the difference between
you need to understand this to be able to raise money