Employee Assistance Programs
Employee Assistance Programs
Help for addicted employees in the workplace
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Offering a Fresh Start for Employees with Substance Abuse Problems
Briarwood works with a network of insurance companies and employers to provide employees with substance abuse problems effective and affordable addiction treatment. We strongly emphasize the importance of building a firm foundation in sobriety, starting with individualized detox. This process helps clients reach a stable, sober state and prepare for entry into a rehab program.
We believe that everyone deserves access to proper care and addiction treatment, but individuals who are under-insured or who don’t have health insurance may wonder how they can pay for drug detox without insurance. In these instances, exploring other options such as EAP programs may be beneficial.
Our admissions team works directly with clients and/or EAP representatives to design an appropriate treatment plan that will meet the client’s needs and fulfill all EAP and employment requirements. Any progress reports or updates that are needed during detox treatment will be provided by our primary care staff.
Throughout the course of detox, our multidisciplinary approach will ensure thorough, comprehensive treatment that addresses the client’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Toward the end of the client’s program, our staff will provide individual recommendations for ongoing care and connect the client to the appropriate level of treatment. This may include residential or outpatient rehab.
Please call Briarwood Detox Center today to speak with an admissions representative about EAPs or fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page. We will be in touch with you shortly.
What Is an EAP?An Employee Assistance Program (or EAP) is a free service that is provided as a benefit to employees. Typically, these programs are 100 percent paid by the employer and offer immediate, confidential assistance dealing with personal issues such as substance abuse, stress, physical or emotional abuse at home, or other issues that may interfere with productivity at work. Many employers offer EAPs which may consist of the following services:
- Short-term counseling
- Referrals to detox, rehab, and/or sober living facilities
- Referrals to recovery groups
- Family support
- Reintegration programs upon completion of treatment
Benefits of EAPsDrug abuse in the workplace is not uncommon. In fact, 70 percent of drug-abusing Americans are employed either full or part-time. Companies and employees themselves often face severe consequences as a result, such as impaired employee productivity and performance, more frequent workplace accidents, increased absences and/or tardiness, and higher turnover. The financial strain is also quite significant, with workplace drug abuse costing employees about $81 billion every year. EAPs reduce or eliminate these negative consequences by providing the following benefits.
Benefits For Employers:
- Fewer employee absences and tardies
- Reduced injuries and fatalities in the workplace
- Decreased instances of theft
- Fewer workers’ compensation claims
- Reduced legal costs
- Significant ROI for EAP services
Benefits For Employees:
- Private and immediate assistance with personal issues
- Job security
- Improved performance and productivity at work
- Enhancement of overall health and wellness
Break Free From Your Addiction Today
Call (888) 857-0557 or fill out our online form for a free and confidential personal consultation with an admissions specialist.
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