EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
GIVE YOUR EMPLOYEES THE SECOND CHANCE THEY DESERVE
Substance use disorder (SUD) negatively impacts every area of life, especially work, job security and career growth. The professional fallout from prolonged and untreated drug and alcohol abuse has a ripple effect, impacting both the employee’s health and quality of life, as well as their organization’s productivity, long-term growth and everyday employee morale. If drugs or alcohol are affecting your staff and your company health, Recovery Unplugged is here to help you get help for your employee and restore order to your team. We partner with organizations all over the country to offer comprehensive, evidence-based addiction treatment to those who need it.
WHAT IS SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER COSTING YOUR BUSINESS?
If just one of your employees is struggling with drugs or alcohol, it can send shockwaves through your entire organization, putting the safety of your other staff in jeopardy, exposing your business to serious and unnecessary legal issues and completely derailing your productivity and bottom line.
The Ohio Crime Prevention Association reports that substance use disorder costs American companies $81 billion every year.
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Data from Quest Diagnostics indicates that In 2016, more than one in 25 Americans tested positive for illicit drugs in workplace drug screens.
Over 26 percent of employed adults have substance abuse or addiction in their family and over 42 percent of these employees feel their productivity suffers as a result of addiction in their family.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reports that more than 75 percent of those abusing illicit drugs or alcohol in America are employed.
Employees battling substance use disorder take 3 times as many sick days as their colleagues, according to data published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.
Recovery Unplugged is eager to help clients regain their health, dignity and professional stability, while helping their employers maintain a stable and productive workforce.
HELP YOUR EMPLOYEES REACH THEIR POTENTIAL
You hired your employee for a reason; when they’re not battling drug or alcohol addiction, they’re a committed, enthusiastic and capable addition to your team. By partnering with Recovery Unplugged to help your personnel overcome their substance use disorder and the mental health issues that drive it, you’re signaling that you’re committed to their personal health, professional growth and giving them a second chance. You’re also positioning yourself to your other employees as a compassionate, proactive advocate that’s willing to stick by them. This sense of security makes for a happier and more productive team that’s willing to go the extra mile.
A FULL RANGE OF HEALTH AND RECOVERY SERVICES
Whether your employee is suffering from a years-long alcohol abuse issue or has started abusing their prescriptions, Recovery Unplugged offers a full continuum of care to help them address the health and lifestyle consequences of their substance abuse. In addition to providing inpatient and outpatient behavioral care, case management and withdrawal management, Recovery Unplugged offers a full array of health services through our partner CarmaHealth:
- Evidence-Based Clinical Practices
- Masters or Doctorate-Level Clinicians
- Weekly/Daily Individual and Group Therapies
- Trauma Therapy
- Long-Term Monitoring and Alumni Services
- Comprehensive Medical Care
- Medication-Assisted Treatment
A PROVEN AND EFFECTIVE TREATMENT APPROACH
- 4X Higher Recovery Rates than the National Average
- 5X Higher Completion Rates than the National Average
- 95% Client Approval Rating
- Remote Monitoring and Admissions
- Remote Education and Advice
- Individual Medical and Behavioral Health Services
- Direct Access from Web-Based Portal
We also offer on-demand peer support services to help employees and their family members seeking long-term recovery from substance use. Don’t let substance use disorder derail your staff or your business. Recovery Unplugged is ready to partner with your organization to affect change.