Many business/organization owners and managers are facing a dilemma: What to do about employees that are highly valued for their knowledge, experience and past contributions, but are seriously ill and underperforming due to drug, alcohol, gambling or other addiction. Addictions in the workplace negatively affect productivity, performance, morale and ultimately the bottom line. The facts speak for themselves. One in ten employees has a drinking problem; a third of those also use illegal drugs. It’s their problem, but it’s your organization.
Early and effective intervention of an addiction-related crisis can have a profound and positive impact on an organization. Workplace intervention is the first step on the road to recovery. It saves organizations time and money, increases productivity, improves morale and ultimately saves lives. That’s the bottom line.
National Treatment Centers (NTC) is a national company that specializes in managing and resolving workplace crisis from addiction. NTC interventionists, counselors and consultants know how to neutralize crises. They have the skills and resources to provide a positive outcome for the organization and addicted individual.
How to get the help for you or a loved is as easy as:
The first step in the admissions process is to contact National Treatment Centers at 1-844-523-2021. The admissions director will answer your questions and provide information regarding treatment options at National Treatment Centers.
Treatment candidates receive a pre-assessment screening to ensure appropriateness for the client population followed by a complete biological, psychological, and social evaluation upon intake.
National Treatment Centers works with each family to formalize a mutual commitment to the program. Addiction is a family disease requiring change from both the addicted person and their family. As National Treatment Centers delivers the agreed upon basic services to the client, families demonstrate their commitment to by following the staff’s guidance to keep the addicted person in treatment.
The healing process starts when someone who cares about the addicted person picks up the phone and calls us. Treatment begins as information is gathered during the pre-assessment screening, intake evaluation, and medical clearance processes. The first 28 days in rehab can affect the rest of the addicted person’s life.